Fear has seized parents of Jinja and Kamuli region after the disappearance of 3 school girls, aged between 12 to 16 years from 3 different schools last month only.
The whereabouts of these three school girls, Babirye Bridget, 12, a P6 pupil from Bupadhengo Boarding Primary School, Aloyo Esther, 15, S1 student of Gloryland Christian College – Jinja and Nabwire Allen, 16, a S2 student of Nakanyonyi Girl’s School – Jinja is still unknown up to now.
However, the police, parents and school authorities are still searching for these missing school girls.
How these school girls disappeared.
When Daily Monitor reporter went to Bupadhengo Primary School, Mr Kibumba Anthony, the deputy headmaster said on 7th October, Bridget escaped from school and from then on, she was nowhere to be seen.
I got to know her disappearance from school at around 4pm after hearing from fellow pupils and one of friends from a nearby school told us that she saw Bridget heading to a certain village party. I quickly rushed to the police station to make a report,’’said Mr Kibumba.
The same reporter visited schools of the other missing girls, but the story remains the same, these school girls just escaped from school. Parents to these girls have spent numerous sleepless nights searching everywhere , but the girls are nowhere to be seen. Police has however arrested some suspects who they think might have abducted these girls.
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