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How Gilbert Mwaba Rapes 14-years-old daughter steadily

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A 14-YEAR-OLD KITWE girl confided in her guidance counselor about her trauma, alleging that her father had threatened to kill her if she notified anybody about her alleged sexual abuse for almost a year.

The victim informed her 51-year-old guidance counselor that her father once sent her to his room, locked the door, made her take off her clothes, and had sex with her while her stepmother was out shopping.

Gilbert Mwaba is currently hiding out after authorities started looking into the situation.

According to Copperbelt Province Commanding Officer Sharon Zulu, Wusakile police station got an allegation of incest that happened between September of last year and this year in the Chamboli area, but the exact dates are unknown.

“The victim, a grade 8 student, confided in Annie Sandra Pailande, a 51-year-old guidance and counseling teacher at Butotelo Combined School, that her biological father Gilbert Mwaba has been defiling her for almost a year at this point.

The victim’s father sent her to collect the car keys from his bedroom in September 2021 when she was at home with her biological father and her step mother was at Chamboli market, where she owns a restaurant. She was followed there, the door was shut, and he informed her he wanted to have sex with her. He forced her to strip after she objected, and she claimed that he had illegal access to her.

Ms. Zulu claimed that the suspect allegedly threatened to murder the victim if she ever revealed the incident to anybody and that, as a result, he has been able to call the victim whenever no one was at home for sex.

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After being sexually assaulted on July 4 at around 14:00, the victim told some persons, who declined to give their names, who suggested her to contact her older brother, who resides in Chamboli Township, for help. Her brother brought her to his home on July 23 because he was upset. He did not, however, call the police to report the incident.

After noticing that she had been inactive, the guidance and counseling teacher called the victim on July 25. During a lengthy conversation, the victim opened up about her life, and the teacher took it up and reported it to the police, she said.


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