By Ahura Mujuni Mark
The story of the girls who were forced to breastfeed tortoises has taken a new twist ,Police claims that the girls have been giving contradicting statements yet their condition is continuing to worry their parents .
The father of one of the girls identified ad Jacqueline Atuhaire , told police on Monday that her daughter is in a worrying situation and police needs to be serious with the investigations.He claims that the breasts of her daughter are producing milk yet she has never given birth.
“The breasts of my daughter are producing milk yet she has never given birth.Why can’t police first investigate this before claiming that the girls statements are contradictory.” Said the worried father
The father of the victim has also criticised the way police released the suspect ,Madvani on bond when the investigations were incomplete.He says this has mad it hard for police to arrive at the truth in the matter.
Mr .Madvani is said to have got Jacqueline Atuhaire, aged 20 years together with her sister Jennifer Arinaitwe from Kyesiga village in Hoima on January 8 to work as house maids in Kampala .
The suspect ordered another person still at large to pick the girls from the bus which had brought them from Hoima district .He put the girls in a Prado car to drive them to his residence .
That same night ,he walked into the room he had given them to sleep in and told them to come and meet his children which they had come to look after .They innocently walked into the room where his children were said to be sleeping.
“We walked in only to find tortoises .immediately he tied us on ropes ,undressed us and brought his tortoises to breastfeed us.” Atuhaire narrated to Police.
She told police that it was a very horrible experience that immediately she got a way out ,she escaped and ran to the bus park .There she asked help from bus operators and they led her to police where they narrated their ordeal.
Metropolitan police spokesperson ,Ibin Ssenkumbi told the press on Monday that they are still investigating the matter but accused one of the suspects of telling police some inconsistent information.