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Taj Pamodzi Hotel employee, Musonda, claims client asked for ‘Deep Tissue Warrior Massage’


Kenneth Musonda, the man accused of sexual assault, has submitted to the Lusaka High Court that the alleged victim was responsive throughout the massage session and never complained when he applied “pressure” and the body stretches.

Musonda, who is employed by Taj Pamodzi Hotel as Spa and Health Club manager, stated that Njelesani had requested for a longer treatment and he proposed the Deep Tissue Warrior Massage.

He objected to allegations that the plaintiff went into tonic mobility during the session due to the indecent actions.

He further argued that he professionally conducted the Deep Tissue Warrior Massage without any complaint from Njelesani.

Read more: Lusaka woman sues Taj Pamodzi Hotel, employee for alleged sexual abuse

“The first Defendant will prove at trial that he performed the massage on the Plaintiff professionally and without any compliant from her throughout the entire session,” he said.

It was Musonda’s submission that Njelesani expressed her gratitude to the him for the massage and proceeded to make the requisite payment.

It is further alleged that after the deep massage, Njelesani went to the hotel lobby, bought a beer and lingered.

Musonda stated that the Plaintiff did not disclose in the Pre-treatment Health Assessment that she suffered from sexual related trauma.

In this matter, Njelesani, a wife of New Kasama, sued the hotel and Musonda demanding damages for sexual assault.

She alleged Musonda massage her inner thighs, clitoris and even asked if he could ejaculate in her.

Musonda said he was suspended from work following a report of sexual assualt.

But after investigations, he was found not guilty by both Zambia Police Service and hotel management.

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