Christopher Mselewa, a 42-year-old man in Mazimbo village, Chunya District is currently in police custody and has to face 30 years behind bars after he tricked his sister's daughter aged 15 years old, and forcefully slept with her.
The 40-year-old pleaded guilty on 24th September 2021 before the judge at a court in Chunya District. There was also enough evidence brought by the accused regarding Christopher's ill acts. Reading the allegations against him before the person in charge of government complaints, it was said that Christopher slept with the young girl on February 2021 while at their Mazimbo village.
On that fateful day, the defiler was left alone to take care of the young girl as her mother traveled, Christopher then decided to use the time to forcefully engage in the act with the young girl. The mother came home only to find her daughter crying, she was immediately rushed to the hospital where it was identified that she had been abused.
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