Police raided a home in Kampala on Sunday, arresting 21 people who had attended a sex party in Kireka.
Police raided a home in Kampala on Sunday and arrested 21 people who were attending a sex party in Kireka, the municipality of Kira.
- It was organized at a private home in Kireka and participant had to pay UGX 50,000 for VIP.
- While ordinary members had to pay UGX 30,000 to register their attendance.
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Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesman Patrick Onyango said police officers received information about the party and appointed a team to monitor and report when the party started.
Onyango said police took action only after they were alerted that the sex games had begun and that they were able to catch all the participants in action.
”The party was taking place in a private house located in Kireka, Kira Municipality. Intelligence got information about the party and planted informants to monitor and inform the police when the party has started,” Onyango said.
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”Towards midnight, the police was notified that the sex games had started and we swung in action. We got the participants red-handed. At the house, several men and women dressed in only underwear were found with bottles of beer, whiskey and music as they enjoyed the party.”
According to police sources, the party was called Be Mine Sex Party and was organized in a private home in Kireka. Organized in a private house in Kireka, every participant had to pay a VIP fee of UGX 50,000, while every ordinary member had to pay a fee of UGX 30,000 to book their visit.
However, a police spokesman said the group had been arrested and was now being held at the Kira Division police station, in violation of legal orders and carrying out activities that would culminate in the spread of the coronavirus.
“They have been arrested and detained at the Kira Division police station on charges of violating legal orders and committing acts that could spread the disease, which is the corona virus,” Onyango said.
This comes at a time when President Museveni warned on Friday that the candle against the COVID-19 guidelines could be the culmination of further spread of the coronavirus.
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The president was speaking during a scientific Independence Day celebration at the State House in Entebbe. He urged individuals not to relax the guidelines as the virus continues to increase across the country.
As of today, a total of 9,801 cases have been registered in Uganda since the Ministry of Health on Sunday confirmed 100 new cases from tests conducted on October 10, 2020. Of these, 6,109 were discharged following a virus recovery, while 93 died from the virus.