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Narrow Escape as Baby is Rescued from Pit Latrine

Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango

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Nalubega said she did not want more babies and that the pregnancy was accidental.

Patrick Onyango, the Kampala metropolitan police spokesperson urged the public against abusing children’s rights.


“At every police station in Uganda, there is a child and family protection unit, where we counsel people on various matters concerning family affairs. The public must avoid domestic violence and child abuses,” said Onyango.


The two parents are currently being detained at Kitebi police station on charges of attempted murder.


Meanwhile, the baby has been taken to Mulago national referral hospital for medical attention.

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