Police have said that there was no cases of immorality registered at the recent concluded Nyege Nyege Festival in Jinja.
A few days to the festival , Ugandan Parliament moved to halt the Festival on grounds that it would promote immorality .
However , after closed doors meeting with the Minister’s ,organisers of the festival and Prime Minister ,the festival was cleared to continue but under strict guidelines .
While addressing the media today about the concluded festival, the Police Spokesperson ,Fred Enanga said that the festival ended successfully and no cases of immorality were registered as it was allayed in fears of MPs and other members of the public .
“We didn’t register cases of immorality like it was allayed in the fears of Members of Parliament and members of the public. The festival ended successfully as goers enjoyed the smashing performance from a number of artists,” police spokesperson, Fred Enanga said.
He added “We thank the joint security agencies for the commendable job of securing the thousands who attended the festival”.
He further said that despite the mammoth crowds during the festival, only 76 cases were registered including five of simple robbery,51 minor cases of theft, two cases of obtaining money by false pretense , eight cases of stealing from vehicles, malicious damage and one incident of attempted rape and another one of threatening violence.