A school headteacher has been suspended after he lowered an 11 year old pupil into a pit latrine filled with feces. The teacher is said to have used a rope to lower the child to remove the phone which had fallen into the pit as he was using it.
The 49 years old teacher known as Lubeko Lennox Mgandela is facing child abuse charges. He had promised to pay the boy 200 rounds which are equal to 1,500 Kenyan shillings as soon as he gets the phone from pit.
The incident is said to have occurred in South Africa is a school known as Lututu Junior Secondary School in Ugie. The sad news was released by the grandmother to the boy who sensed a bad smell when the child arrived at home.
This is a bad thing which is too risky. What if the child could have died in the pit latrine? This is an attempt of murder. Teachers are now warned against abusing children in schools. They should give knowledge to our children but not mistreating them. Please give your views through a comment about the incident.
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