The incident happened when the parents of the minor reportedly confronted Senfuma, capturing the moment on video as they apprehended him upon his entry into their living room. The videos, now viral, show Senfuma pleading for mercy from the parents, adding a layer of seriousness to the accusations.
Upon his arrest, law enforcement officials discovered two boxes of unused ‘Kiss’ condoms and a Shs 1,000 note in Senfuma’s possession.
It has been revealed that Senfuma had surreptitiously entered the female student’s home with the intent of engaging in inappropriate activities before being intercepted by the girl’s parents. Sources close to the investigation disclose that the arrest follows the discovery of compelling evidence found in WhatsApp messages exchanged between Senfuma and the student.
One particularly troubling message from Senfuma read, “Instead of spending money on hiring a room, why can’t I give it to you because you need money.” The messages also included an unsettling inquiry about the student’s safety at home, with Senfuma asking, “Are you safe at home and in a gate?”
As of now, Hillside College Mityana’s administration has not issued an official statement on the matter. However, local law enforcement is expected to release a statement later today, outlining the charges Senfuma may face.
The incident has sparked widespread public concern, with social media platforms inundated with the circulating videos and discussions addressing the broader issue of student safety within educational institutions. This incident serves as a stark reminder of the importance of vigilance and measures to ensure the well-being of students in academic settings.