Police arrest 8 suspected Rwandan prostitutes in Kabale

 Police arrest 8 suspected Rwandan prostitutes in Kabale
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The police in Kabale have in their custody 8 Rwandan middle aged women who were found living in Uganda without valid documents.

Kigezi Regional Police spokesman Elly Matte  said that the suspected sex workers were arrested from various hotels in Kabale town during an operation to get rid of wrong doers.

Mr Matte said that the security swoop was prompted by increased theft in hotels and residences in Kabale by the suspected sex workers who later cross over to Rwanda.

He also added that the suspects were found with no identification papers, Rwanda is part of the East African Community, Rwandans crossing over to Uganda must have National Identity cards .

He said that the swoop which started yesterday will continue until all sex workers are flushed out and all those found guilty of entering Uganda illegally will be deported back to Rwanda.

It is alleged that the sex workers sometimes drug their clients and later rob their valuables including money and computers before they cross back to Rwanda.

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6 Responses to " Police arrest 8 suspected Rwandan prostitutes in Kabale"

  1. petron   January 8, 2017 at 6:06 am

    If they dont have identifications papers how sure u know that are rwandeses? and also we have free border any ugandan can travel to rwanda as rwandan can travel to uganda.. even a job ..

  2. kisolo donas   January 8, 2017 at 11:22 am

    But it seems laws on sex workers went for a vacation why bother rwandese!

  3. Pierre Mugabe   January 9, 2017 at 4:00 am

    And Kagame sycophants are gonna tell me that Rwanda is Singapore with 1% unemployement rate.

    Kagame step aside and let Nahimana Thomas show you how a country should be run!

  4. moses m uganda   January 9, 2017 at 7:16 am

    I sex work is not a crime in uganda. And it seem its allowed coz they are very almost in all towns and cities in uganda. I think the only way of stoping it is to arest the buyers and charge them for promoting immolarity.

  5. Edward   January 9, 2017 at 12:21 pm

    Please stop yr foolish arrogance, you shd spot stacking our beloved president!
    President Kagame is special for us. So judge yrs

  6. benard w   January 9, 2017 at 4:17 pm

    that’s true,many foreign gals r in ug for prostitution but it can’t be only rwandese and also how did they cross the boarder without IDs, sorry about that

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