Prof Mukiibi family told to take care of expectant mums

By Godfrey Kigobero

"It will be after birth that the DNA will take over."

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Police have advised the family of the late Prof. Lawrence Mukiibi to continue providing assistance to the expectant mothers who claim the fallen educationist was responsible for their pregnancies.

Following the death of the St Lawrence schools' proprietor, several women have come up to bring children to his relatives.

At his burial, many were identified as his children.

Keti Nandi, the officer in charge of child and family affairs in Kampala Metropolitan East, says the family should be tolerant and continue taking care of the expectant mothers up to birth.

Then after there, they can carry out DNA tests to ascertain the paternity of the children.

"My appeal is that whoever is pregnant should not be undermined because of that. Even if you [family] denied the pregnancy, the responsibility is upon you people make sure that these people are catered for until they give birth," she said.

"It will be after birth that the DNA will take over."