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Female police officer threatens to shoot colleague for defiling daughter

Drama and shock engulfed police officers in Naguru -Ntinda Police barracks when a female officer drew a gun at another officer affirming that he had defiled her daughter. (PHOTO/File)

KAMPALA – Officers and members of the general public last Friday June 28, witnessed drama of sorts at Naguru-Ntinda Police Barracks after a female police officers turned a gun on her male colleague, accusing him of defiling her 17-year-old daughter.

The incident, which happened at around 10pm, saw the female officer (names withheld) cocking her gun and threatening to shoot Inspector of Police Baker Bua who she claimed to have caught red-handed sleeping with her daughter.

The girl is in Senior Four and had been sent home for school fees when the incident happened.

Witnesses told this website that the female officer, who is a single mother, caught  Bua with the girl and that when she saw her mother, she ran out of the officer’s house without a blouse with her sagging breasts.

A stampede followed as the female officer threatened to shoot Mr Bua as the other officers struggled to restrain her.
Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Patrick Onyango said Bua has been arrested on charges of defilement.
“We don’t condone such behavior among our officers,” Mr Onyango said.
Mr Bua is said to have admitted to the crime in his statement, and that he often slept with the girl when her mother was away.

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