Police Launch Manhunt For Woman Who Turned 7 Minors Into Sex Slaves

(Image Credit: Daily News)


The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has launched a manhunt for a woman who is behind the illegal detention and rape of 7 minors. The target of the manhunt who allegedly turned the minors into sex slaves has been identified as Ivy Nhashano.

However, the police are yet to reveal more details about the alleged mastermind.

According to police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi, Nyashano lured the minors under the pretext of securing employment for them.

She then illegally detained them and forced them to have sex with multiple men at her residence in Chitungwiza. She would charge men to have sex with the minors, who are all between 12 and 16 years of age.

See also  Former Nigerian First Lady Dies of COVID-19 in Abuja (Photo)

Below is the statement released by the police regarding the manhunt of Ivy Nyashano for turning 7 minors into sex slaves.


“The Zimbabwe Republic Police is appealing for information which may lead to the arrest of Ivy Nyashano (No Further Particulars Known), who is being sought by the police for cases of unlawful detention and rape involving seven juveniles, which occurred between 13th and 24th May 2022 in Karoi and Harare.

“On 13th May 2022, the suspect allegedly went to the Chikangwe area in Karoi, where she persuaded and convinced seven female juveniles aged between 12 and 16 years to accompany her to the Buffalo Downs area in Karol on the pretext that she was going to offer them employment as shop attendants. She took the victims to her residence in Zengeza 1, Chitungwiza in Harare.

“On 14th May 2022, the suspect started to give the victims beer, family planning pills, among other tablets, to drug them before forcing the victims to have sexual intercourse with different men whom she charged an undisclosed fee.

“This continued up until three of the victims escaped from the suspect’s home on 24th May 2022 and contacted their parents, who then sent them bus fares to return home and a police report was made.

“Parents and guardians are urged to counsel children and ensure that they are not enticed by criminal syndicates to run away from home through purported and false lucrative offers.

“The Zimbabwe Republic Police warns perpetrators of such offences that the law will take its course. The public is advised to report such cases at any nearest police station, National Complaints desk on 0242 703631 or WhatsApp 0712 800197.”


See also  Watch: Fabinho Announces His Baby Boy In A Romantic Way

  • How To Never Miss IHarare Latest News On Your News Feed Following Facebook’s New Algorithm

  • Source link

    Similar Posts

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *