16-year-old female student sacked from school for having s∈x with the school’s security guard

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A 16-year-old female student has been sacked from school for engaging in s∈xual activity with the school’s security guard

The 16-year-old after her sexual bout with the security guard was expelled by the headmistress of her school.

The parents of the lady in question who is a form three student of a High School in Zimbabwe verbally attacked the Headmistress for taking such a drastic decision against their daughter.

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They accused the headmistress, Nomatamsanqa Kusena of unfair treatment of their daughter.

The security guard, identified as David Tembo voluntarily resigned after his sexual relationship with the teenage girl went viral.

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But the aggrieved parents have claimed that “the Headmistress is protecting the person who manipulated their daughter into sex.

“Nothing has been done to him, and the head just wants us to go away.

“The security guy is someone who we entrust our kids with at the school and he is supposed to be a father figure. How could he do that to my daughter?”

However, when the parents of the expelled student reported the matter to the police, she made the matter a ‘foolish case’ by allegedly telling the officers that the sexual encounters with David Tembo were consensual.

Interestingly, Tembo who is reported to be is still residing at the school premises has denied having sex with the pupil.

“I don’t know what you are talking about; yes I know her but the conversations you are referring to involve another guy.

“It was my phone which was used to send the messages and I was also fixing her phone.

“The school head Mrs Kusena can testify because I explained everything to her.”

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