Absai Said, a 25-year-old man in Makongolosi, Chunya in Tanzania has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after he was found guilty of forcefully engaging in the act with a form three girl and eventually impregnating her. The girl was a student at Makongolosi Secondary school and was only 17 years old.
A resident in Mazimbo village, Chunya District by the name of Christopher Mselewa is to serve 30 years behind bars after it was discovered that he forcefully slept with his sister's daughter aged 15 years. The 42-year-old Christopher was sentenced on Friday 24th September 2021 by Mtengeti Sangiwa, a judge in a court located in Chunya after he was impressed by the evidence given out by the compliant.
Dramatic Scenes As Four Teachers Are Caught In the Act With Their Female Students Ahead of Reopening
Police officers from Chunya are currently holding in custody four male teachers who are reported to have been found or rather busted engaging themselves in an intimate act with their female students ahead of the much anticipated school reopening.Photo:courtesy According to the reports given by Chunya police commissioner, he revealed that they had received an alert from one of the residents of Chunya who informed them that there were minors who were always visiting these teachers.
A resident of Mazimbo Village in Chunya District, Christopher Mselewa (42) has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for defiling his niece. Mselewa was sentenced on Friday, September 24, 2021 by Chunya District Court Judge, Mtengeti Sangiwa after being caught guilty following the evidence presented in court.
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.
Since the invasion of Coronavirus, many people have succumbed to the disease across the globe. However our health sector have tried their level best and now there exists a vaccine that will help prevent the virus. However, Tanzania has been struck again by another disease that has claimed 15 lives of people so far. The new deadly disease was first reported in Ifumbo, Chunya district in Mbeya region. The cause of the disease has not yet been determined. "A team of medical experts have been deployed to clinically
Four Teachers in Chunya are currently under police custody after they allegedly engaged in the act with their female students, the incident has just taken place some days before school reopening.According to the police commissioner in Chunya, the reports reached them after a neighbor who happens to be an overseer alerted them about the disturbing act, he said that he had seen minors visiting the teachers severally, and smelt a rat about it.
On 6th of Feb, the head of doctors in Chunya province announced the passing on of fifteen patients. The 15 were admitted in various hospitals in Mbeya town less than 48hours prior to their death and were all residents of the small but busy town. The cause of their death is yet to be determined as the medics can't pinpoint the actual cause. However, they fear that the signs of this infection is close to those of the new South Africa's Corona virus strain. During the speach, the head of doctors union adviced the
A section of Tanzanians is leaving in fear after another disease broke out in their region, killing at least 10 people within the shortest period of time. According to the sources from Tanzania, more than 50 people are admitted in hospitals battling with the new disease. Ifumbo Councilor in Chunya District, Mbeya Region, Weston Mpyila has appealed to the Government to help them find a solution to the outbreak of the mysterious disease. More than 10 people have succumbed to the disease -PHOTO/Courtesy According
An unknown disease has been reported by the media in the South East region of Tanzania, where it has been reported that the victims are vomiting blood. Health officials in Chunya District have been quoted as saying some of the victims died within hours. On the 5th of this month, Ifumbo Councilor in Chunya District, Mbeya Region, Weston Mpyila, called on the government to help them find a solution to the outbreak, claiming more than 10 people had died and more than 50 others infected. The country's health
More than 15 people have died, and 50 others are admitted to the hospital following an outbreak of an unknown disease in Ifumbo Chunya area, Mbeya, Tanzania. Area leader Weston Mpyira confirmed the incident saying, most victims are vomiting blood, until exhaustion leading to death. Chunya medical superintendent Ferister Kisandu said the outbreak is only in Chunya region but not the whole province of Mbeya. Kisandu says most victims are vomiting blood, and most die if delayed for treatment. A team dispatched