Uganda police has refuted the a story that was run by a number of organisations which subscribe to the Uganda Radio Network which authored the story. The story alleged that Uganda police had rescued 14 teenagers that were being trained in practicing unnatural acts of sleeping with dogs for export to Europe.
Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire accepted police had carried out the rescue but over a different a reason which he said that it followed a tip off by a whistle blower that the children were sharing the same room and bed with puppies.
“It is true 14 girls were rescued from a guest house in Muyenga , after a whistle blower at the guest house got concerned that the care taker Ndagire was making the girls share the same room and bed with the puppies,” the police mouth piece said.
“The concerned citizen also said that the girls were always seen moving with, and carrying the dogs all the time,” he added.
Police has further said that there is no evidence to prove that they were being forced into the unnatural acts since it can only be ascertained with medical evidence.
“We have only picked evidence that shows the girls were to be trafficked to a different country.Any other evidence shall be ascertained as investigations proceed,” Owoyesigyire said.