She claimed that she had gone to collect the boy, a one Mwebesa, on pretext that they had a family meeting the following day at their home in Rwengaju, regarding the succession plan of her late brother Maj. Kasaija, which wasn’t the case.
When the boy was called upon, he was happy to see the Aunt, well aware that the grandfather had switched him from Kampala to Fort Portal schools. However, he was curious because the same Aunt is among those who want to use him as an excuse to acquire the deceased’s pensions and gratuity.
The boy was smart and pretended to go to the dormitory to pick his sweater, but later disappeared and couldn’t be traced anywhere. At that time Col. Nyakaisiki demanded the teacher to take her with the two gentlemen to the dormitory, which the teacher complied with.
In the process the boy demanded to talk to his mother on phone, with his colleagues listening and the mother was called, she objected to anybody taking her son anywhere.
Chaos broke out and students wanted to lynch the officer plus the two men she was with. But with the assistance of the teacher she was whisked away to the staff room and at that time the mother arrived.
No sooner had the mother arrived than the two confronted each other. But the school administrators separated them.
Shamefully, the officer drove away, leaving the boy behind and the school has since opened a case at Fort Portal Police, against the officer over her behavior and attempted kidnap of the student from school without the consent of his mother and guardian.