High school teacher in hot soup after forcing 'lover' pupil to ab0rt

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A TEACHER at Emganwini High School in Bulawayo is in trouble for allegedly administering unknown tablets into a pupil’s pri_vates and terminating her pre_gnancy.
teacher forces pupil lover to abort pre_gnancy.

Humphrey Hubelihle Sifani (20) reportedly convinced his Form Three girlfriend to ab0rt saying they were going to have serious problems if school authorities got to know about the pre_gnancy.

The hapless girl (17) was left with no choice, but to let her teacher-cum-boyfriend terminate the unwanted pre_gnancy.

The daring teacher then brought unknown tablets which he inserted into the girl’s pri_vates on four different occasions and the ab0rtion was a success.

However, lady luck was not on their side as the girl fell ill and she was referred to hospital forcing her to spill the beans.

Sifani and the girl were arrested on charges of unlawfully and intentionally terminating a pre_gnancy and they appeared before Western Commonage magistrate Tancy Dube.

The court heard that Sifani, a teacher at Emganwini High school pro posed love to the pupil in January 2017 when she was in Form Three.

The girl accepted the pro posal and the two love birds started playing the adult game.

After a few months, the girl started missing her monthly periods which was an indication she was pre_gnant and in November she confirmed the pre_gnancy to her boyfriend.

Sifani had to be a schemer and told the girl that they had to get rid of the pre_gnancy as it was going to affect her studies and his job.

He then brought unknown tablets and inserted them into the girl’s p_rivates on four different occasions, terminating the p_regnancy.

The matter came to light when the girl fell sick and was referred to hospital.

She opened up to her guardian and the matter was reported to police.

The two accused were not asked to plead and were remanded out of custody.

– B-Metro


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