New Vision (Kampala)

Uganda: More Children Taken to Police

Elizabeth Alamo, 16 and her brother, Geoffrey Elawu, 11, are stranded at the Old Kampala Police Station.

They were found on Namirembe Road. They said they are pupils of Kinjaji Primary School in Soroti. The two said they do not know their parents and that they were being supported by a non-governmental oragnisation.

The Police want their relatives to pick them up. To assist, call 0773112384

Nsubuga lost his way home

Tiff Nsubuga, 7, is a P1 Pupil of Vanyard Christian School, Nansana. He said he failed to find his way back home from school. A Good Samaritan took him to Old Kampala Police Station.

He says his father, Ibra Nsubuga, is a resident of Bweyogerere, while his mother is Sarah Namazzi, a business woman in Nansana.

The Police want his family to pick him up. Contact 0773112384.

Naluwooza wants to go home

Annet Naluwooza, 8, is at the Jinja Road Police Station where she was taken by a Good Samaritan. She was found at Nakawa Market.

She says she has been living with her step-mother in Mukono, but she does not know her name, neither does she know her father's. To assist Naluwooza, call 0711042335.

Namyalo dropped out of school

Becca Namyalo, 13, dropped out of school in P6. She was taken to Bbunga in Kampala to live with her sister.

She went to visit a relative in Mengo, but failed to find her way back to Bbunga. A Good Samaritan found her on Namirembe Road and took her to the Old Kampala Police Station.

She says her mother, Justine Nakityo of Lwala village, Kibati zone, is a fish monger and her uncle, Joseph Kiboli, sells bananas. She wants to go to her grandmother, Regina Nalubowa of Kisimu village in Lugazi town.

Nabakooza wants her dad

Jessica Nabakooza, 13, is stranded at the Old Kampala Police Station. She was found in Mengo, Kampala. She dropped out of school in P3 at Kapeeka Primary School in Nakaseke district.

She says her father, Ssalongo Ntege, works at the Ministry of Finance. Her mother, Joan Nabuuma, is a resident of Mengo. The Police want her relatives to pick her up. To assist, call 0773112384.

Nalubega is in Kawempe

Shakira Nalubega, 15, dropped out of school in P6 at St Mary's Primary School, Mubende after the death of her aunt, Jackie Namatovu.

She left Mubende for Mbale to look for her father, Umar Kadoli. She failed to get there with the journey because she did not have enough money. However, she tried to look for her cousin, Carol Nabaggala, who lives in Bwaise, but she did not find her. A Good Samaritan took her to Kawempe Police Station.

The Police want her relatives to pick her up. To assist, call 0772683262.

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