Drama: A popular school director arrested for defiling a 12-year-old girl.
A School director from a popular school has been arrested for allegedly defiling a 12-year-old girl in his house in a broad day light.
The school director in Busula in Uganda’s Luweero district in Uganda was arrested and taken into police custody for allegedly abusing sexually a primary school student at his own school.
Police officials from Busula village in Luweero district, while confirming the arrest of a school director, said the suspect was caught red-handed in the bed during the night with a class seven girl.
According to the police report, the security guards who busted and arrested the suspect said they got suspicious when a Class seven girl barged into the teachers’ quarters at night.
The constant visit of the students to the teacher’s house at night raised eyebrows forcing the villagers to be on watch until they discovered that something fishy was taking place.
Desperate and engrossed in a ‘gland-to-gland’ fight with the school’s director, they secretly pursue him, only to find him ‘exchanging saliva’.
The watchmen told the police that on the fateful night after the evening’s preparations, when the lights were turned off, an eagle-eyed watchman saw the unidentified girl walking towards the teacher’s homes.
“We saw a girl secretly walking down a winding path leading to the teacher’s quarters, probably escaping the security lights, before knocking on the window of the director’s house.
The suspect opened the door silently without turning on the light and hugged her and kissed her on the cheeks before closing the door,” said the watchman, who prefers to remain anonymous.
Loweero’s deputy police commander confirmed the incident and said that the matter was being investigated, adding that after the director desecrated the disciple, he threatened to never disclose it to anyone or face problems.
He also said that the accused would be produced before the court after the completion of the investigation.
“The suspect is in police custody while the case file is with the state attorney and advice is given before the suspect is produced before the court,” the deputy police commander said.