Court hears how man, 20, lured, defiled two minors


A man in Lusaka has been taken to court for allegedly having carnal knowledge of two girls aged three and two at his house in Makeni.

The accused, Sami Sievi, who is in his 20s, is facing two counts of unnatural offenses allegedly committed in October last year.

Sievi is appearing before Lusaka Magistrate Kawama Mwamfuli.

The court heard that the accused is a son to the landlord who owns houses where the victims’ parents are renting.

During trial, the court heard that during the period of the alleged offenses, the accused would invite the children to his house to watch cartoon but later had carnal knowledge of them.

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The alleged sexual abuse was unearthed by one of the victims who was heard telling the other victim to stop crying or else she would take her to Sievi’s house so that he can do what he does to them.

It was at this point that one of the two children’s parents asked the child to explain what the accused usually does to them.

The three-year-old then informed the woman that the accused usually invites them to his house within the compound to go and watch cartoon but he later have sex with them.

The child is reported to have revealed that the act used to happen when their parents are away.

The two victims were later taken to the hospital for a medical examination.

A medical examination revealed that the two children had bruised private parts.

The court heard that the accused was later apprehended and taken to the police in connection with the molestation of the children.

The matter is expected to come up for continued trial before Lusaka Magistrate Kawama Mwamfuli.

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