Police in Gulu District on Thursday night arrested two video hall operators in Bungatira Sub County for entertaining children at night.
The operation follows the passing of a by-law by Bungatira Sub County recently preventing children from night movements, going to auction/market days in a bid to protect them from abuse.
The suspects include Polycarp Oola and Thomas Ogik all residents of Cetkana village in Bungatira Sub County.
Moses Ogwang, the Community Liaison Officer at Gulu Central Police Station said the two suspects were found with over 10 children in their video halls at around 9:00pm.
He said the suspects will be charged with child abuse.
In the same operation, six minors were arrested from Buganda Night Club in Gulu city.
The minor all girls aged between 12-17 years were arrested with help of the management of the night club who tipped off security.
Peter Banya, the Deputy Resident City commissioner said the girls were detained at Gulu Central Police station where their parents were expected to meet them.
This now brings to 22 children arrested from night clubs in a space of seven days.