Frustrated Parents of kidnapped 4-year-old Kampala pupil Sue School N300m for Negligence

4-year-old Faith Emmanuel Poni, a pupil of Naguru school, Kampala is still missing, after she was allegedly kidnapped last year. Upset by this development, her distressed Parents have sued the school demanding for a compensation of UGX 3 billion (N302,400,000), UGBLISS reports.
Liitle miss Poni was last year allegedly kidnapped by Ms Phiona Namubiru, a third year student of Makerere University, and Ms Annete Kirabo Namusoke, a teacher at Kampala Parents School.
In the case filed in the High Court on Monday, Ms Poni sued the school and Ms Daphine Kato, the principal administrator and Ms Kirabo. She is suing through Brian Kasajja, who is described as her “next of friend”.
“The father and mother were duly registered as the sole persons with authority to pick Poni and her three other siblings from school since they joined in 2016,” reads part of the suit.
She accuses the school of failing to provide adequate supervision and surveillance on her employees and failing to have a clear security system on child safety, which led to her kidnap.

“The plaintiff shall contend that she was admitted to Case Clinic for two days and diagnosed with severe malaria, typhoid and blood infections with mild painful rushes all over her body and some contusions,” the suit reads in part.