Sex scandal: Zanu PF councillor investigated for intimate relationship with three school girls

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A councillor in Zanu PF (The Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front) is reportedly being investigated in a sex scandal for pursuing an intimate relationship with three school girls who have now been expelled from Hippo Valley High School. 

Remaining unnamed for legal reasons, the councillor allegedly snuck the three young girls into his lodge where he would carry out sexual activity with a 16 year old girl whom he referred to as his girlfriend, as reported by

The alleged relationship between the councillor and the young girls was discovered by one of the lodge employees in June of this year, who reportedly screamed after seeing her boss without any trousers on and kissing the female student. 

 In her report, the girl who the councillor referred to as his “girlfriend” alleged that when they were discovered by the councillor’s maid, they had “bought two boxes of Chicken Inn and one box of Pizza”. She said that the other girls had “locked themselves in a room whilst I was with the (the councillor) in another room”. 

It has been reported that the girls were annoyed when, on the 1st July, the councillor had not bought food for them to eat when they were at his lodge. Allegedly on this occasion the Form 5 student and the councillor still had sex. 

School authorities found out about the intimate student-councillor relationships when the young girls told their friends about his sexual advances towards them and the information quickly spread around the school. 

The councillor allegedly promised one of the young female students US$200 if she keeps his name out of the investigation. 

The head of the high school has declined to comment. 

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