7 Nganwa High School Students Arrested for Inciting Violence


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The Territorial Police of greater Bushenyi and Sheema has in custody students belonging to Nganwa High School Kabwohe for inciting violence on the night of October 9, 2023.

According to police spokesperson Fred Enanga, it was established that it is a tradition in the school for the rest of the students to beat up senior four students as a way of bidding them farewell.

However, according to Enanga, the tables were turned as the senior four students did the attack.

“This time around, the senior four students were organised and attacked students from other classes, which sparked off serious chaos in the school,” Enanga said.

Enanga noted that the police from Sheema responded and restored sanity at the school, and the seven ring leaders were identified and arrested.

Police identified the arrested as Prosper Nuwasharamu 18, Roden Andinda 18, Owen Nganzi 18, Timothy Kato 18, Allan Akandwanaho 19, Saul Nuwasiima 17, and Samuel Matama, all of senior four.

According to the police, the student victims injured during the chaos were rushed to Sheema Hospital for treatment and were identified as Benon Aruho, senior four, and Mustafa, senior five.

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