- June 7, 2022
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How police exposed woman behind recruiting teenagers into pornography in Kabalagala
Police in Kabalagala have arrested a woman identified as Oliver Nakaziba for running an online sex and pornographic internet site.
According to police, Nakaziba has been running the online site in disguised names of “Online Module Centre” and the site is believed to have been one of the most active pornographic platforms in Kampala.
Police also arrested four female staff who include; Ester Wainawalo, aged 18, Patricia Matovu, 18, Mackline Katusiime 20, and Rita Atim aged 25.
Police spokesperson Fred Enanga, revealed that they kicked off investigation after task teams at Kabalagala Police Station received information that Nakaziba rented an apartment where she had been luring young teenage girls and young female adults into pornography ad online sex.
She is alleged to have been exposing the young girls’ nudity online in exchange for money.
“She allowed users to log into a given account with a client while in private bedroom.” Enanga said.
He added, “The chats would go private where graphic image and pornographic acts which included nude photos, erotic pictures and dancers which were captured on video and shared.”
Enanga further noted that five CPUs, were recovered and are being processed by the Cyber Forensics Unit for digital evidence of either Child pornography and other pornographic materials. Also recovered includes sexual paraphernalia.
Following Nakaziba’s arrest, the police mouthpiece warned all sex traffickers and those running pornographic Internet sites to stop saying it is a crime which is punishable under the law.
“We wish to warn all sex traffickers and other illegal proprietors of pornography sites, including Child Pornography, against live streaming videos of child sexual abuse and exploitation of children.” he warned.