THERE was drama in areas of Nyendo in Masaka District when senior Uganda Peoples Defense Forces (UPDF) officers attached to Kasijagirwa barracks with the help of police officers from Masaka police raided lodges and bars in the area and found married men bonking prostitutes during day time.
The lodges that were raided included Bukeri lodge, Star light and bar, Margo, M.M lodge, Jojajo lodge and Safari lodge.
Security operatives said that they were tipped off by concerned locals who reported to them that prostitutes nowadays sell their sumbies during day time to beat the night curfew.
Security told us that many of these prostitutes and lodges were not following the Ministry of Health Covid19 guidelines while carrying out their trade.
When security forces raided these lodges, they were shocked to find some men bonking breast feeding women with their babies on the side.
All the suspects were ordered to come out from their rooms and told to move on foot through Nyendo streets to Masaka police where they are currently being detained and will likely face charges of defying the presidential Covid19 directives.
The police spokesperson for Greater Masaka, ASP Muhammad Nsubuga told The Grapevine that the President has not yet cleared buying of prostitutes, lodges and bars but some big-headed Ugandans want to put the country at risk.
Nsubuga warned all men who have a tendency of going in lodges to control their appetite for now until the country is safe from Covid19 or until Ministry of Health or the President advise otherwise.
Nsubuga also revealed that some of the men were arrested galloping bottles of beer and plates full of pork.
The Prostitutes appealed to security operatives to forgive them because they were looking for what to eat and feed their children since most of them are single mums.
Masaka is currently treating 23 Covid19 patients.