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Police is on a hunt for a group of girls on cases of sexual harassment and lesbianism in Kawempe.

By Mukembo Wilfred 

Residents in Kawempe division, Kampala have raised concern over the vice of lesbianism and homosexuality which has erupted in their area.

Nambasa Shamira, and Nakato Sarah

According to one Nalongo Madina, in January 2018 she got reports from some people in the community that her 21 year old daughter  Naigaga Safina started acting weirdly with her female friends.

Nalongo Madina, a mother to Naigaga Safina who is among the police wanted list

She however, didn’t really take it seriously until when she found her daughter Naigaga with her friends naked and kissing thus getting too furious recalling the words residents told her about her daughter in regards to similar acts.

After interrogations Nalongo’s daughter Naigaga revealed that she was introduced to the group of girls by her close friends Nambasa Shamira, and Nakato Sarah who introduced her lesbianism, trained her as well before herself too turned into a trainers also.

16 year old daughter Naigaga Safina, who allegedly is a lesbian

Kampala metropolitan deputy police spokesperson Luke Owoyesigire says they have been receiving such cases since 2018 and they have arrested many girls over the vice.

He added that they are on a hunt for Nambasa Shamira, Nakato Sarah and Naigaga Saphina who are said to be the leading trainers of lesbianism in Kawempe but police is yet to trace their where abouts.

He arged the public to report such acts to police as soon as they discover the perpetuators or any victims because such vice is against the laws and culture of Uganda.

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