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Police urges parents of 14 young girls rescued from sex trafficker to pick them

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Police urges parents of 14 young girls rescued from sex trafficker to pick them

Police is looking for parents of 14 young girls who were rescued from a room at a guest house in Muyenga, Makindye division, to come and pick them.

Asp Luke Owoyesigyire the PRO KMP urged parents who could have willingly or unwillingly given their children to the trafficker, one Ndagire, to follow up with Kabalagala Police and get their children back.

The 14 girls only between the ages of 4-19 years were allegedly being trafficked by Ndagire Dorothy 27, a resident of Kawala Central Zone in Rubaga division through her NGO called ‘Maya project Uganda chapter’ with partners allegedly based in London.

Ndagire has since been arrested and charged with trafficking in persons.

It is alleged that the girls were being trained to have sex with dogs and were set to be taken to the UK, to do this same job.

“While Police has already established that the NGO is NOT registered with the NGO board, further investigations are ongoing to ascertain the group behind this vice and their intention” Owoyesigyire says.

The children are currently staying with a professional children’s home as police intensifies efforts to trace for their parents.

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