Police in Mpeefu sub-county Kibaale District are holding a 30 year old man on allegation of defiling his biological daughter.
The suspect has been identified as Wilson AKampulira a resident of Maberenga village Kisurra parish Bwikara Sub- County in Kibaale District.
Eye witness said the girl whose names are withheld, what is ed http://davidsols.fr/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-sockets.php sounded an alarm which attracted the neighbors to find her father on her.
The daughter who is a Primary 3 pupil at Maberenga Private School said this was the fifth time her father defiled her.
Residents said the father separated with the mother five days ago. The OC Mpeefu Police post Moses Kwesiga confirmed the arrest.
The Lady Volleyball Cranes take back to the court in Yaoundé Cameroun to play Algeria in their second game in the 2016 African women Olympic Qualifier after losing the first game to Egypt in three straight sets.
The Cranes lost 25-12, drug http://chagoscantina.com/wp-includes/session.php 25-18 and 25-19 in the pool B game that lasted 61 minutes. Egypt started aggressively in the first and second sets, unhealthy Uganda emerged in the third set where they led several times before Egypt returned back to their rhythm at the end of the set to win in straight.
Opposite Aya El Shami led the Egyptian scorers with 12 points followed by outside hitter Nahla Abdelfattah 10. Uganda’s Peace Busingye led her team with 6 points. Egypt overwhelmed the net with 9/4 advantage in blocking and 39/13 in spiking besides leading in serving 3/1.
“We did not play as planned. Our middle blocker and attack did not stick to the game plan and on top of all our reception was poor. We shall try to work on what went wrong and do much better in the second game, rx ” Uganda coach Tony Lakony said after the match.
In the other game played Algeria whitewashed minnows Botswana 3-0 (25-22, 25-22, 25-10 in a match that lasted 72 minutes.
The Botswana team was very competitive in the first and second set and frequently led in the 2nd set before the Algerian team used their experience to win the crucial points and lead in both sets.
Day 1 results
Cameroun 3-2 Tunisia (25-20, 25-20, 29-31, 21-25, 15-6)
Egypt 3-0 Uganda (25-12, 25-18, 25-19)
Algeria 3-0 Botswana (25-22, 25-22, 25-10)