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Shine A Light: Pregnant And Still In School, Rape Victim Tells

Now those dreams are slowly fading. I am more than two months pregnant and still attending school, hoping that by any chance, I would be able to complete my secondary studies.
24 Aug 2020 12:19
Shine A Light: Pregnant And Still In School, Rape Victim Tells
Stop sexual abuse

He said he’s a church planter, but how can a church planter do such a thing?

What he did to me, I consider it rape, because he forced me to have sex with him.

I trusted him because I had agreed to be his girlfriend in November last year, only because he kept insisting that I say yes to him.

I had never met him before that. I agreed to be his girlfriend because people said he was a good man.

It wasn’t until December 2019, during an evening church service, when he called me to come outside of the church, because he said: “I have something to give you”.

He took me to a secluded place and started sexually caressing me. He never even asked for my permission. I told him to stop, but he took off my tights and continued caressing me. I pushed him away, but he said “wait just a little bit more” and kept forcing himself on me.

Now those dreams are slowly fading. I am more than two months pregnant and still attending school, hoping that by any chance, I would be able to complete my secondary studies.

I was in so much pain after that and scared at the same time. He was the first…to read more subscribe to our e-edition.

 

Edited by Karalaini Waqanidrola

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