Update: Spencer Banda’s s.e.xual abuse storm gets hotter as many students claim they lost v!rg!n!ty to him. This comes as current and former students at Sodbury High School made numerous allegations that Banda s.e.xually abused them. Sodbury High School is a family-run school owned by the Banda family. The allegations were made on Wednesday night during a Facebook live streaming show on the page Sis Melly’s Diaries.
Reports are that the students alleged that Banda used to rape and s.e.xually abuse them when they were underage. The broadcaster is alleged to have s.e.xually molested 7 minors at Sodbury High School between 2001 and 2007.
One of the victims alleged that Banda [email protected] her when she was 14-years-old and claimed that she had lost her v!rginity during the heinous act. Another of the girls alleged that Banda used to conduct his shenanigans at Sodbury High School’s sports department. Yet another one alleged that Banda was brazen enough to visit the girls’ hostel at night where he would abuse his targets.
The alleged victims revealed that they had formed a WhatsApp group to help them cope and to discuss means of seeking justice. They claimed that they added Banda to the group so that they could confront him.
Spencer Banda is said to have denied the allegations. However, Banda is alleged to have contacted the victims individually through private messages and apologised for his conduct claiming that he had been young and immature when he molested them.
He was in his mid-twenties at that time. Banda is alleged to have profusely apologized and pleaded with the former students, who are now parents, to forgive him.
Source – Zimbabwe Voice
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