Star FM speaks on links with Spencer Banda following his s.e.xual abuse allegations. The Radio Station has issued a statement on the [email protected] and s.e.xual allegations being labelled at Spencer Banda. This follows after social Media had linked the accused and Star FM. For you to understand what’s taking place first read the story below…
TV sportscaster Spencer Banda is in trouble as dozens of former students of a school where his father was a principal are accusing him of [email protected] and s.e.xually abusing them multiple times. This is not the first time Banda, a former ZBC TV presenter, has been accused of rape.
In 2006, while he was still in the employ of ZBC, Banda was arrested and charged with rape. He appeared before Chinhoyi magistrate Mr. Wantson Chagwiza to answer to the charges, involving two girls, both aged 14, whom he allegedly raped. It remains unclear how the case was concluded, but Banda eventually did not go to prison
Now, the at the rundown Sodbury Secondary School, located in Mashonaland West, Darwendale area, some 65 km from Harare and near Inkomo Barracks, which is allegedly owned by Spencer Banda, allegations of [email protected] against Banda have resurfaced.
So Star FM saw it fit to release a statement to address the links being placed between them and the sportscaster. Below is Star FM’s statement on the issue.
Source – MbareTimes
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