The men in blue attached to a police station in Jinja district, Uganda have arrested a pastor after it was alleged that he forcefully slept with a young girl aged 16 years old and trafficking 33 other children from Tororo District to an unknown destination. The pastor has earlier tricked the children's parents that he was in a plan of offering them school bursaries.
The man of the cloth who works as lead pastor in one of the churches in the country resides from Kyelinda village, Buwenge town council in Jinja district. Mr. James Mubi, the police spokesman in the Kiira region confirmed earlier today that investigations towards the matter have already been launched in the Buwenge police station. The 33 children who include a young child aged ten months will be linked to their parents anytime soon.
Mr. Elias Kisambari, the district inspector of schools in Uganda confirmed that the pastor was lying because they haven't heard of him offering bursaries, it was also noted that since the pupils are on holidays, no bursary is required. He also informed parents and guardians to be aware of conmen who want to lure them.
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