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Police Intensify Hunt For Human Rights Activists

The police in Kampala have launched further investigations   to a group of rights activists headed by a one Hadijah Ndagire, 30, in above photo, a resident of Najjanankumbi village Quarter Zone , Rubaga division Kampala .

 She is a known social worker and a human rights activist and her group on run allegedly facing charges of aggravated homosexuality and holding community illegal assemblies.

Credible sources revealed that Ndagire’s In-laws together with other residents of Quarter zone have recently ignited a fresh investigation on her group case file at Central Police Station Kampala.

This occurred subsequent to a family of Ndagire’s husband condemning her of involving their son into immoral vices and spreading it to the youths in entire Rubaga communities.

In July 2018, Ndagire and her gang were dragged to Najjanankumbi police Station, Katwe division by local council community authorities over the same behaviours.

According to the deputy spokesperson Kampala spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigire, the group is wanted to answer charges related to homosexuality.

He said the group is still on the run.

Owoyesigire also disclosed  that on several occasions they had behaved immorally by  circulating materials that promotes these vices among youths, with help of Vulnerable Community At risk Live in peace Mission Uganda  headed by Executive director Olivia Nourine Nalweyiso.

He revealed that they had earlier in August 2018 jumped Bond vide case file Ref: GEF/023/2018 at which they were charged and released from custody.

He added that according to their investigations, some are in hiding and others fled to North America and all is being done to reprimand the Culprits.

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