BY OUR REPORTER
KAMPALA – A Uganda lady has fled to France in fear of arrest after she allegedly recruited university students into homosexuality. A source in security circles who is not authorized to speak to the media said Sandra Ndagire, 28 years, a former customer service advisor, Bucons Uganda Limited, took off after realizing that she was about to be arrested.
She is reported to have recruited over 500 students majority ladies into lesbians.
It is however not clear how Ndagire has been enrolled the students from which universities and who are her funders.
When contacted Edina Naziwa, a sister to Ndagire the suspect escape the country early this month after several security personnel in plain cloth went to their home in Lunguja, Kampala district.
“She some time ago arrested and detained at Old Kampala Police Station on related charges,” the source told this reporter.
Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Patrick Onyango declined to comment saying the matter is under investigations.
Uganda recently enacted the Anti-Homosexuality Bill but later recalled it after international pressure. The law gave death penalty to actors and promoters.
In Africa gay laws have been past in Burundi (2009), Malawi (2010) and Nigeria (2011).