Sunday, October 13, 2019
Army And Residents Searching For 3 Children That Went Missing

Residents in Kiwoko town council Butikwa village in Nakaseske district are on the searching for missing children who disappeared from parents’ home on 09/06/2019 and have been missing since then. The search has pulled the participation of the army officers in the area.

Ssekyanzi Livingstone is the father of the missing children, the names are Kazaalam Shafik 11, Nakayima Sumayiya 12, Namawanda Hanifa 12 schooling at Jerome p/s.

Ssekyanzi the father and Nambalirwa the mother said when they sent the children to bath, they never came back.

Akooli Proscovia one of the residents stated that she saw spotted the children walking hurriedly with covered faces.

Sekatebe Pius the Butikwa village chairperson urged children to be obedient to parents and avoid stubbornness.

Kitaka suliat the Nakaseke DPC confirmed the report of missing children and appealed to who has any information about the where bouts of these children to inform the police.

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