Ndirande teenager arrested for sexual assualt: Claims 14-year-girl consented to romps

A 19-year-old boy has been arrested in the populous Township of Ndirande in Blantyre for allegedly defiling a 14-year-old girl whom he claims is his girlfriend.

A victim of defilement
A victim of defilement

The boy, Dennis Chiume was arrested Wednesday during a sweeping exercise Blantyre police station staged in the commercial city.

According to Blantyre police assistant Public Relations Officer Andrew Mayawo, Chiume defiled the girl (name withheld) on August 17, 2016.

“The issue was reported to Ndirande police but the suspect was at large until yesterday when we managed to apprehend him,” said Mayawo.

Medical examination done by Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) confirmed the girl was indeed defiled.

During interrogations, Chiume revealed that they were in relationship.

“On 17th August the girl went missing only to return home the following morning. When asked where she was, she revealed to have spent a night at Chiume’s place,” added Mayawo.

Chiume hails from Mphande village in Traditional Authority M’bwana in NkhataBay district.

He will appear in court soon on the charge of Defilementcontrary to Section 138 of the Penal Code

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Khima
Khima
4 years ago

Misleading STORY

Til
Til
4 years ago

Ngati mtsikana sanakwanitse zaka 16 according to the constitution olo atakugwira pa mkono nkukuuza kuti tiye ku chipinda ndi defilement imeneyo… You are not supposed to sleep with mwana wa less than 16 years even if u are dating. That’s what the law says. Nde ndi mlandube basi.
Many people don’t know this sadly.

Mapwevupwevu
Mapwevupwevu
4 years ago

They are all juveniles!

Mayonaise
Mayonaise
4 years ago

Imeneyo si defilement i think. Anakagonako, bwanji sanakuwe if he locked the house or making noise etc. Anagwilizana.

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