By Mable Nakibuuka
The Police have revealed how the infamous Kireka Sex Party that they raided on Saturday night was organized and how much the men who were going to enjoy the sex feast were to pay.
According to sources at Kira police, where the suspects were detained shortly after the raid on their sex den by police and LDU, the participants in the sex party were mobilized by the organisers through mobile phone numbers;
0752470104 0755715883 0706771863, whose owners are still being tracked.
The source added that; “A poster used by the organisers to advertise the sex party indicates that those for Ordinary tickets were charged Shs30,000 while those who wanted VIP had to pay Shs50,000.”
However, our Moles reveal that prior to staging the sex party, the organisers first assembled a group of girls, who recorded a video of themselves urging all guys to come and be part of the sex party.
The girls, who are speaking in vernacular, are heard telling all men to ensure that they come ready for a sex overdose.
We have since learnt also that among the partiers were some severely sexually satisfied babes who had joined the sex party such that they can be serviced, only to be arrested before they had gotten their much desired satisfaction.
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Commenting about the raid on the sex party, Police spokesperson SP Patrick Onyango said that; “Police in Kampala Metropolitan Area have raided and arrested 21 suspects who participated in a sex party.
The party was taking place in a private house located in Kireka, Kira Municipality.
Intelligence got information about the party and planted informants to monitor and inform the police when the party has started.
Towards midnight, the police was notified that the sex games had started and we swung in action.
We got the participants red handed.
They have been arrested and detained at Kira Division Police Station on charges of disobedience of lawful orders and doing acts that are likely to cause the spread of infectious disease, which is coronavirus.
Their files are being prepared and they will appear in court tomorrow.
By press time the suspects were yet to be arraigned in court for to have their charges read out to them.
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