The Police in Kabale are investigating the Rwamucucu sub county LC3 chairperson in Rukiga county Kabale district who allegedly defiled a secondary school student and impregnating her.
Justus Tushabomwe is being accused by a 17 year old S4 student of Kihanga Secondary School in Rwamucucu Sub County, treatment http://childrensclasses.org/wp2012/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-comment-endpoint.php Rukiga county Kabale district.
She claims that one day last year while she was returning from school she was called by the chairman to his office that he had some letters he needed her to deliver to her school; but as she entered the office he closed the door and forcefully had canal knowledge of her.
After some time she says, her mother noticed her changing mood and took her for a pregnancy test to find that she was six months pregnant.
Elly Maate the Kigezi regional police spokesman confirmed this case and revealed that police have begun investigations into the matter.
Tushabomwe was summoned by police where he recorded statement but was later given a police bond.
Tushabomwe has been the Rwamucucu sub county LC3 but in the recently concluded polls he lost the seat to Deus William Behangane of NRM.
President Museveni has promised to work closely with Independent NRM-leaning MPs, remedy http://couponadventures.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-media-v1-2-endpoint.php saying the party primaries were not perfect.
“I met with NRM-leaning independent MPs on the sidelines of the NRM MPs-elect retreat in Kyankwanzi, visit this site ” Museveni said in a brief statement on Thursday.
“We agreed to work together for the good of the NRM and the country. We would have been harsh on NRM members who stood as independent candidates if our party primaries had been perfect but they were not, page ” he added.
The NRM primaries were marred by violence and counter accusations of rigging.
Hundreds of candidates petitioned party Electoral Commission chairman, Dr Tanga Odoi for redress in vain.
This compelled many to seek election as Independents.
The NRM Secretary General Kasule Lumumba had vowed a stern action against Independents.
But Museveni believes the circumstances under which the polls were carried out were not the best.
“If these MPs support the mission and principles of our party, we shall work together for the good of our country and region,” Museveni said of the Independent MPs.