By Gladys Kalibbala
MARY-Joseph Malaika was abandoned at birth two months ago at Rubaga Hospital.
According to the general manager of Malaika Babies Home, Susan Allan, a health worker at Rubaga Hospital named her Mary-Joseph, before handing her to the home in Mengo. Allan says they endeavour to find relatives or friends of the parents of any child before allowing anyone to adopt any child. For assistance, contact 0791777319.
Linda abandoned in garden
Behind Linda Malaika’s welcoming smile at Malaika Babies Home is a harrowing story. On the morning of September 27, she was found abandoned in a bushy garden in Kasangati, Wakiso district.
Local council leaders and Police transferred the baby to Malaika Home in Mengo. For assistance, call 0791777319.
(Left to right)Ntale, 8, is in Kawempe, Nakawesi, 15, is stranded and Nalwoga,9, is in Kawempe
Nalwoga found stranded with bicycle
Lydia Nalwoga, 9, was handed over to the Police in Kawempe after being found stranded in Bwaise with her bicycle.
She told the Police that her father, Mutebi, a former bodaboda cyclist at Saza in Mukono and her mother, Norah Namale, had passed away. She said she dropped out of school in P2 at Sekibobo Primary School in Mukono town.
Nalwoga said she does not know any of her relatives. To assist her, call 0772683262.
Nakaweesi came to work as a maid
Immaculate Nakaweesi, 15, was taken to Kawempe to work as a maid. However, she was later abandoned by her employer without money for transport back home.
A Good Samaritan who found her in Bwaise handed her over to the Police in Kawempe for assistance. She said she dropped out of school in P7 at Kabyuma Primary School in Mityana, due to lack of fees.
Her father, Frank Kasumba, is a casual labourer in Muganogwanswa near Mityana, while her mother, Betty Nassali, is a housewife. To help her, call 0772683262.
Ntale was looking for his mother
Shaffiq Ntale, 8, is stuck at Kawempe Police where he was taken by a Good Samaritan. Ntale was found stranded in Bwaise.
He ran away from his grandmother’s home to come to the city to find his mother. His grandmother, commonly referred to as Maama Babirye, sells matooke in Nakabugo village, Mityana district.
Ntale’s mother, Immaculate Nakayenga, is a tailor in Kasubi, a Kampala suburb.Unfortunately he did not know the location where his mother operated.
His father, Moses Kateregga, is a businessman in Juba, South Sudan. To assist him, call 07726-83262.