Police Charges two Lubiri High School Teachers for Failing to Preventing Learners from Dirty Dancing on School Bus

Police Charges two Lubiri High School Teachers for Failing to Preventing Learners from Dirty Dancing on School Bus

Police has charged two teachers at Lubiri High School with neglect to prevent felony as students were filmed dirty dancing in a school bus.

 

On June 10, a video filming students dancing erotically in a Midland High School bus while on a field trip in Jinja went viral.

 

The nasty scenes captured on the right side of the bus show female students on the laps of their male colleagues whining their waists, with the back side sitting on them, as if there is no tomorrow. The video drew wide spread criticism from the public over the inappropriate sexual behaviors of learners in the public eye.

In a police statement that has been released on Friday afternoon CID investigations, indicate that there wasn’t enough supervision on the part of teachers on the bus. 

 

Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga,says they have slapped charges on the two teachers including Joseph Nsubuga and Lydia Nabakka. He says the two teachers,have been charged with neglect to prevent a felony, contrary to section 389 of the Penal Code. 

 

“CID carried out inquiries into acts of indecent practice by students of Lubiri High School, in a bus while returning from a field trip in Jinja. Following legal guidance from the DPP, it was established that there was lack of supervision by the teachers during the field trip. ”

 

Enanga also says the school authorities squeezed in 73 students instead of 67 meant to be carried on the bus. 

 

Police have also ordered the school to suspend all the students who participated in the indecent dance on the school bus.

 

“This will act as a lesson to other students in school, to behave in a more responsible manner, and upon their return to school, they will be counselled by probation officers in charge of the area on appropriate behaviour and how to refocus their attention on learning,” Enanga said.

 

Police have further called upon all schools to take all necessary steps to ensure robust and reliable systems for preventing and reporting indiscipline, abuse, neglect of students and transparent dialogue with all stakeholders especially parents and guardians.

 

“We condemn all acts of lawlessness, indiscipline and inappropriate behaviour in schools due to the negative impact they cause students, parents and teachers; we will therefore, continue to hold persons who expose students to danger accountable,” the spokesman concluded. 

By the time of filing this story, the school hasn’t issued any communication regarding the police directive.

 

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