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MP Majaga’s Defilement,Pregnancy Scandal

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MP Majaga's Defilement,Pregnancy Scandal

I am willing to do a partenity test- Majaga

On Thursday police were yet to arrest Member of Parliament (MP) for Nata/Gweta, Polson Majaga for allegedly defiling a 16- year old despite a warrant of arrest that was issued for him on Tuesday.

Majaga was on Monday reported for defilement in a case that is currently being investigated by Sowa Town Police.

The BDP backbencher has been accused of molesting a 16 -year old girl of Malelejwe cattle post in the Nata- Gweta constituency.

The 46- year -old mother of the alleged victim reached out to the police after what she said was Majaga’s failure to financially support the pregnant girl as he had promised before.

The mother to the now seven months pregnant teen told the police that the MP acknowledged the pregnancy was his and said he was going to provide support to both the mother and the unborn child and then disappeared into thin air.

According to a leaked Police repor which surfaced this Wednesday evening, the duo’s illegal sexual relations began as far back as September 2019.

Confirming the warrant of arrest on Tuesday, Sowa police station commander, Oteng Selalame said,” Investigations have just started on the matter. As you maybe aware the MP is currently attending the parliamentary session in Gaborone. We have his warrant of arrest. We have already been in touch with the alleged victim and her parents for interviews.”

The Voice reached out to the accused MP on the sidelines of Parliament on Wednesday evening and he said, “This is a political smear campaign against myself and I know who is plotting my downfall.

They are within my political home, the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP).

When probed further on whether he molested the girl or not Majaga said, “I know the girl (alleged victim) you speak of. She is one of the many young girls from my area who refused to go to school. I know this because a group of them came to my office asking for jobs.”

He then went on to speak of how he secured hostels around the village, which the girls could turn into a lodge.

“That is how I helped her earn a living. I did not sleep with her.”

Vehemently denying any sexual encounter with the teen the MP said he was waiting to do a paternity test to prove his innocence.

“I am willing to do that. All I know is that there was a rumor that the man she shared the yard with was exploiting her sexually, so he could be responsible and not me. I have not done anything to take advantage or abuse her. All I tried to do was help,” he said.

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Dr Gure’s anti climax

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Dr Gure's anti climax

Ministry of Health silences sex doctor

Celebrity Medical Doctor, Thusang Gure who has been dishing out explicit sex advice on social media has been cautioned to stop.

The young Doctor with more than 200 000 followers on Facebook had become a darling of many women who religiously followed his sex lessons.

Although he started his sex talk during a late night show at one of the radio stations, Gure shot to social media fame when he started posting videos about sex on Facebook.

However, the excitement that came with his talks was last week brought to a screeching halt by the Ministry of Health and Wellness, leaving thousands of his fans and followers high and dry.

Information gathered by this publication has indicated that the Ministry was concerned that Dr Gure was masquerading as a sexologist (a specialist in sexual matters) when he was a General Practitioner.

According to the source, Gure who runs Medexo Private Clinic is a General Practitioner but his talks gave people an impression that he was a specialist by focusing on a specific area of medicine, especially in public.

“What he was doing was clearly advertising and medical practitioners are not allowed to do that. The other problem is that he googles most of the information he passes on to unsuspecting followers as expert advice,” the source stated

Asked why they summoned Dr Gure to the ministry, Chief Medical officer, Goabaone Rainer Mosimanegape said, “We as the regulator called him for a meeting and asked him to work hand in hand with us. We want to guide him so that he doesn’t look like he is encouraging some things which are out of line.”

Mosimanegape said that the ministry’s meeting with Dr Gure shouldn’t be viewed as a gag on Gure as he is a reasonable young man who was likely to take advice to stay in his lane.

“We didn’t summon him, we simply called him for a meeting which can help him going forward,” Mosimanegape emphasized.

Meanwhile, Dr Gure denied having any knowledge of the meeting.

“I am unaware of any such issues involving myself and if my name is used in any of your publications without factual basis then I reserve my legal rights,” he said in his response when asked to confirm if indeed he was warned to stop posting salacious sex advice.

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Police question Councillor in poaching probe

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Umbrella for Democratic Change’s Councillor for Matlapana ward in Maun, Kobamelo Baikgodise, is among five men who have been questioned by Maun police over a buffalo poaching incident that reportedly took place in Khwai, about three weeks ago.

Baikgodise has however denied the arrest but said rather that he was summoned to the police station where he was questioned and wrote a statement over the incident which took place during the same weekend when he was in Khwai.

“As you may be well aware that I am friends with the Council Chairman, I had paid him a visit in Khwai during the weekend of the alleged poaching,” Baikgodise explained in a brief interview this week.

The Councillor stated that he had in fact taken the Council Chairman- Kebareeditse Ntsogotlho’s building material to Khwai and only went to the alleged poaching scene after Ntsogotlho’s injury.

“I was not at the scene, I was only alerted of his injury and that is when I went to the scene. I could not even talk to him because it was a bloody scene and he was in serious pain, so I did not even know what exactly happened that led to his injury,” Baikgodise explained.

The alleged poaching incident is still being investigated by the police who took the matter up following social media reports that the North West District Council Chairman, was attacked and injured by the buffalo early this month, during the extreme social distancing and movement lockdown.

Currently Ntsogotlho is hospitalised at Nyangabwe Referal Hospital where he is nursing thigh injuries.

Last week Ntsogotlho was hopeful that he would be released from hospital this week.

When shedding light on the matter, District No.5 police Commanding Officer, Peter Gochela, had stated that they have arrested and questioned some suspects on the matter but could not divulge names as they have not yet been charged.

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