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Police take school director through impotence tests

By Charles Etukuri

Added 7th December 2019 12:30 PM

The Police also confirmed that they had arrested the school matron, who is accused of hiding a felony after victims of Wamala’s sexual orgies told detectives they had complained to her, but she failed to help them.

Police take school director through impotence tests

The Police also confirmed that they had arrested the school matron, who is accused of hiding a felony after victims of Wamala’s sexual orgies told detectives they had complained to her, but she failed to help them.

Asadu Wamala, the director of Wamala Mixed Secondary, who was rearrested on Thursday, last week is fit to stand trial after medical tests proved he was capable of having sexual intercourse, Police have said.
 
The Police also confirmed that they had arrested the school matron, who is accused of hiding a felony after victims of Wamala's sexual orgies told detectives they had
complained to her, but she failed to help them.
 
Addressing the press on Monday, Police spokesperson Fred Enanga said Wamala had stated in his defence that he was impotent and could not rape and defile the girls.
 
"Wamala has filed a defence, saying he could not have raped and defiled the girls because he is impotent. We took him to the Police surgeon for a medical examination. We shall include the findings in the Police file," Enanga stated.
 
The Criminal Investigations Directorate (CID) spokesperson, Charles Twine confirmed the Police surgeon had found Wamala fit. "For now, let him leave his claims of importance for his defence.
 
The critical thing in defilement case is penetration and we have proved that. It does not matter whether he used his hand, tongue or any other body part. We were not trying to prove whether he could father children," Twine stated.
 
Twine noted that the investigations were complete and that the Directorate of Public Prosecutions had sanctioned charges of aggravated defilement against Wamala and that he would appear in court on Monday.
 
He noted that there had been many reports of victims who had been abused by Wamala but the medical reports had successfully pointed out two victims, whose statement had been recorded.
 
BACKGROUND
 
The issue of abused girls at Wamala Mixed School is now a subject of an investigation by different security teams and agencies after President Yoweri Museveni recently protested the manner in which the director was released by the Mpigi Magistrate and ordered his State House team to follow up the matter. In releasing the school director,
the Mpigi magistrate Maureen Mukayo noted that the accused had a Constitutional right to apply for bail.
 
"It is a discretion to grant it or deny it. So I exercised my discretion to grant the accused bail," the magistrate ruled.
 
Wamala was released on a sh200,000 cash bail.
 
Last week, Ismail Mulindwa the director of basic education in the education ministry noted that Wamala's case was criminal in nature and that they were also waiting for
proceedings from other government agencies before making a final decision.
 
"The challenge we face with his case is that he is in the private sector. Had he been a government teacher, we could have interdicted him immediately Nevertheless, we can
still, appoint a statutory manager to take over his school," Mulindwa said.
 
He noted that the evidence against Wamala was overwhelming because many students pinned him.
 
"The biggest challenge we faced in the past was that whenever these allegations were made, the victims hardly came out," Mulindwa explained.
 
He further noted that closing down the school was not a direct option because one man's action could disadvantage several other people benefitting from the school right now.
 
"It might be the only school available in the area. That is why we have to examine all option," Mulindwa noted.
 
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