According to Ssekibwano James Musoke, the Local Council 1 Chairman of Buzingo Village, the resolution to deport Simon Mpamize was arrived at in the village council meeting sitting on Monday evening, and they have already provided the money to transport him to Rukungiri
Residents of Bukasa island of Kalangala District have resolved to deport a man repeatedly accused of defiling underage girls back to his home district of Rukungiri.
The 32-year-old Mpamize Simon is currently detained at Kyamuswa Police Post after another defilement attempt which was foiled when his intended 13 - year old victim at Buzingo village fought back and her little siblings raised an alarm that brought rescuers on the scene.
Mpamize attacked the home of Mr Ssenyange on Sunday evening armed with an iron bar, and was almost succeeding in raping the child by the tie the neighbours responded to the wails of other children in house, and managed to overpower the rapist and handed him over to the police.
But because this is not the first time Mpamize is being caught in defilement, the village council has resolved that he returns to his home district of Rukungiri, from where he can decide which part of Uganda he want to resettle in as long as it is not Kyamuswa county. They have accordingly contributed money for his relocation back to Rukungiri. Although Mpamize is free to go to any part of Uganda, the residents are providing him with enough money to transport him to Rukungiri.
According to Ssekibwano James Musoke, the Local Council 1 Chairman of Buzingo Village, the resolution to deport Simon Mpamize was arrived at in the village council meeting sitting on Monday evening, and they have notified the police is whose custody he is, accordingly.
//Cue in... Abatuuze bakunganye mubwangu....
..atuviire mu Kitundu kyaffe..Cue out//
Chairman Ssekibwano reports that Mpamize has severally been accused by residents seducing young girls with as little as 200 shillings although on several occasions his evil plots have not succeeded.
//Cue in...zabadde saawa musanvu..
....munda mu nyumba nagenda....Cue out//
According to the Kalangala district probation officer Nkumbi Willy, the district has registered 126 defilement cases from March 2020 to September, though some cases were not reported to his Office.
Although defilement is a serious criminal offence, the tendency still prevails in Kalangala to settle such cases out of court between the rapist and the parents of the defiled girls. This tends to encourage defilers who think they can always pay their way out if caught. However Mpamize has this time not be so lucky, at least not again on Bukasa island.