Zimbabwean Facebook page offering Stonyeni and N#de services sets social media ablaze. According to a source close to the investigations, the suspect randomly picked images of women from popular social media sites and pasted them on the Facebook page in question without their consent. He/she then puts price tags on the woman in question.
Police in Bulawayo have launched a manhunt for a person who created a Facebook page for the purposes of hiring out women and teenage girls for s.e.xual services by sharing their intimate pictures.
“The suspect puts those pictures in three categories and I don’t know what criteria he or she uses in putting those images in categories. There are three categories — A, Band C. He or she would then put a picture in one of those categories. There are images that he puts in category A, then he puts some on category B, and puts some on category C. To hire a person in category A one has to pay $65, for category B one has to part with $45, and for category C one has to pay $35,” said a source.
The source added: “The person would then advertise the images saying anyone who wants to have s.e.x with any person in one of the categories has to pay the money through an EcoCash number that is on the Facebook page. The suspect would promise the interested person that he would connect him to a person he would have chosen.”
The page has gained lots of popularity and has amassed over 2000 likes at the moment. A lot of people have fallen prey to this scam. Some people have stumbled on pictures of their loved ones being showcased for s.e.xual services on the social media site.
The page features women of all sizes and shapes. A teenager once stumbled on her picture on the Facebook page and reported the matter to the police.
The page also offers to hook up with teenagers, blessers and sugar mummies and also provides a number and mobile money details to transact. The suspect in question has an account which goes by the name Alice Sibanda and another one which goes by the name Alice Muriri.
The page has an EcoCash number 0788230035 under Mrs Blessing Sibanda. Bulawayo police spokesperson Inspector Abednico Ncube confirmed the case: “We urge the community members not rush into making decisions because this has a potential of wrecking marriages and relationships. “It also has the potential of causing disharmony in the society.”
Source – iHarare
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