The Story Of How A Zimbabwean Father Impregnated His 18-Year-Old Daughter

An unsympathetic Zimbabwean father who impregnated his 18-year-old daughter and also tried to make her his 2nd wife has been imprisoned for 13 years.
According to The Chronicle ZW, the 46-year-old dad of six, who cannot be named to protect the identity of his victim, started raping his daughter in 2011 when she was then aged 13.
Even after she got married early as a way of escaping the abuse, her father seemed undeterred as he ordered her to return home after every three days to have s*x with her. She eventually became pregnant.
The man who was dragged to court after daughter’s former teacher sensed that something was amiss with her former pupil and when she interviewed her, she opened up on the years of abuse, leading police to arrest the man and charge him to court.
Regional magistrate Dambudzo Malunga slapped the rapist, who is from Lupane, with a 15-year jail term before conditionally setting aside two years.
She described the girl’s father as a cruel and heartless man who tormented and traumatized her daughter he is supposed to protect.
“You’re a cruel man who traumatised your own daughter by threatening her with death and disappearance so you would continue raping her. You were supposed to protect her but you turned aggressor and a long custodial sentence is appropriate considering the circumstances that you impregnated her,” said Malunga.
The girl’s three-month-old pregnancy was legally terminated at Mpilo Central Hospital. The victim’s mother told the court that she was afraid to denounce her husband’s actions as he had threatened her with death and was a well-known violent person.
“I knew about my daughter’s abuse from the time it started because every time he would want to rape her he would tell me. I was afraid to report it to the police because of the death threats that he would make against me and my daughter. Knowing my husband’s short temper and his violence tendencies which are well known in the area where we live, I decided to keep quiet,” she said, fighting back tears.

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