125 people were arrested on Saturday in a night joint
security operation against people defying Covid-19 directives.
Luke Owoyesigyire, the deputy Kampala police spokesperson, said 35 people were
arrested in Katwe inside a brothel. The operation was led by the Clock Tower
police. Among the Katwe suspects included 13 juveniles. It is alleged that the
brothel was being operated by Mustapha Muhwezi.
90 people were also arrested at Front Page Hotel in Zzana while
dancing and boozing. The police have preferred charges related to doing a
negligent act likely to spread an infectious disease.
Muhwezi and other adults are also facing offences of trafficking in persons,
procuring defilement, doing acts likely to cause the spread of an infectious
disease and operating a brothel.
“All suspects are currently detained at Katwe and Natete police
station. Investigations are still on going in the two incidents. Katwe Police
is in touch with the Gender based Violence desk to handle the rehabilitation
process of the juveniles,” Owoyesigyire said.
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Police has named three hotels which have allegedly continued to defy orders
intended to curtail the spread of Corona Virus Disease- Covid19. These hotels
include New Best Hotel in Natete, Happy Boys in Busega and Labamba Bar in
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Recently police arrested 21 people in a live sex party at Kireka, Kira
Municipality, in Wakiso District. 13 of the accused were charged in Kira