Foreign lecturer in makhwapheni drama
What lengths are men willing to take in order to protect their relationship with a Makhwapheni from their spouse?
A marauding Li mkokwing University of Creative Technology lecturer allegedly created a fake Facebook profile with pictures of his naked lover in order to call her to ‘order’ and have her take morning after tablets (MAP), after spending a night together.
The Motswana, who is doing a second stint with the university, based at Sidwashini as he was once out of contract for a while but still remained within the country, is alleged to have done this on January 2, after spending a night with the woman he has kept as a girlfriend for a few years.
The pictures are posed, which indicate that they were taken with the woman fully aware of what was happening.
However, according to the young woman, they were not intended for public viewing, and the lecturer had previously erased them and allegedly retrieved them for the purposes of blackmailing her.
The young woman said she had been in a relationship with the lecturer since March 2015 and they had a one-year break.
“I did not know he was married and only knew that he had a ‘babymomma’,” said the young woman, adding that their break was large- ly influenced by this revelation and they recently resumed the relationship.
She further alleged that there were other women in the picture, while making allegations whose veracity could not be ascertained.
When asked how she could have unprotected sex with the lecturer, whereas she was aware he had other women in his life, she said she was aware that he made them take HIV tests as he was averse to condom usage.
“When you start a relationship with him, he requires that you take an HIV test and if negative, a condom is not used,” the woman alleged during the start of the week.
She alleged that she was given E200 by the lecturer on New Year’s Eve to go entertain herself at a club and he later joined her.
Thereafter, they spent some time together and when she left in the morning, everything was fine.
She revealed that she was shocked by the sudden turn of events, whereas they had spent a great time together amicably when he sent her a Facebook profile with pictures of her naked.
“I was going to my parental home and he called to tell me he had bought morning after tablets and was bringing them to me,” she said.
When she told him that she had passed the area where her flat was situated and was on her way to her parental home, a tirade of threats followed, with the lecturer asking her if she wanted to have another child with a married man.
In WhatsApp screengrabs shared by the woman and confirmed as authentic by the lecturer as he however said they were not a true reflection of what happened, the lecturer threatened to meet her mother and inform her that she was trying to have a child with a married man.
He further threatened to spread her naked pictures all over social media, something which would cause her embarrassment and diminish her prospects of employment. He further stated that he did not care much about his own reputation, as he could leave the country at any time.
In one of the conversations, he reminds her that things should not end like this, as she was still within the 72-hours period for one to avoid conception using the morning after tablets.
To prove that he bought her the tablets, he sent a picture of them in his hands.
Due to the trauma of knowing the retribution and the backlash from social media, the young woman went to the Manzini Bus Rank Police post.
“I spent several minutes outside as I was stressed on how I would be received,” she said.
She was, however, accordingly assisted by a police officer, who called the lecturer as he was told to delete the page of pictures.
An attempt to search for the profile which was created by the lecturer drew a blank this past week.
A computer screen-grab of nude pictures which a marauding Limkokwing University of Creative Technology lecturer allegedly posted after creating a fake Facebook profile with pictures of his naked lover in order to call her to ‘order’.