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The actual amount will depend on where the child is found, the number of children in question and the degree of abandonment. This was resolved at the signing of an agreement by local authorities, law keepers and the World Vision recently, to promote the safety of children. Probation officer Irene Sanyu said: "The children go for karaoke, have access to blue movies, dance all night, herd cattle at school time and drink cheap alcohol for sh in local bars," lamented Sanyu.
Sanyu raised eyebrows when she narrated the ordeal of one child. He was apprehended, tried and serving his prison sentence. Sanyu said besides being abused and mistreated, children in Nakasongola are dropping out of school and indulging in crime.
The district is plagued by increased school dropout rate and general moral decay. Her revelations triggered a heated debate as participants argued about who was to blame.
World Vision programme officer Moses Kadobela suggested a joint effort between parents, the local authorities, law enforcers and the children themselves to see to it that they enjoy their lives to the full. But some participants blamed the children's bad behaviour on uncontrolled access to the Internet and pornographic material. Parents were challenged to monitor and cater for their children or risk losing them to the State.
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