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HIV Positive Man Beaten to a Pulp for R*ping His 11-year-old Daughter (Photos)

Salongo Christopher
A Ugandan man who reportedly r*ped his 11-year-old daughter has been arrested by the police in the country.
The man identified as Salongo Christopher Kityo, a 37 year-old HIV Positive fisherman operating at Gerege landing site, in Nalugala Parish, Katabi Town Council was on Tuesday morning defiled his 11 year-old twin daughter (names with held), a pupil at Cherish Uganda primary school. 
According to EntebbeNews, the suspected s*x pest was nabbed pants down by his 26 year old HIV Positive wife Lydia Namiiro, the mother of the twins who returned home from a vigil in the neighborhood in the wee hours of Tuesday morning and on entering the house, she found the man naked with a lot of booze on his head after he drunk a lot of beer throughout the night.
The 11 year old girl (victim) immediately told the mum that she was in serious pain after the Dad had defiled her while she had gone to attend the vigil. The poor Nalongo immediately informed a one Allen, the security look-out team (Mayumba Kumi) member in the neighbourhood who in turn contacted the OC Mpala Police Post Joseph Sekitoleko. Sekitoleko rushed to the scene and whisked away Salongo Christopher Kityo to Entebbe Grade B Hospital after the locals beat him up and sustained several injuries including a swollen head.
Nalongo Namiiro Lydia who toils to look after her family by doing several odd jobs including fetching firewood and washing clothes for people, narrated that her little girls have confided in her that their Dad has been sexually molesting them and the eldest girl who was born HIV Negative contracted the virus and she is currently on Antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) with her mum. Nalongo disclosed that Salongo adamantly refused to start the antiretroviral (ARVs) treatment and only spends most of his time smoking opium and marijuana in addition to boozing.
The little girl (victim) was also rushed to Entebbe Grade B Hospital for treatment to avoid contracting the HIV/AIDS Virus. Sekitoleko condemned the evil act and revealed that the sex pest will be charged with aggravated defilement under SD Ref: 07/12/09/2017 and will be taken to court.
Salongo's wife in distraught mood
Sekitoleko appealed to the fishermen to desist from smoking opium, marijuana and other substances which turn them into wild beasts. Meanwhile, when asked over the matter, Kityo denied defiling his daughter and claimed that his wife carefully planned the whole incident in order to grab his plot of land.


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