Finance intern suspended for saying he wanted to sexually assault a 10-year-old girl

Finance intern suspended for saying he wanted to sexually assault a 10-year-old girl

A finance intern, who worked at the Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital in Umlazi, south of Durban, has been suspended over a damning Facebook post he made which incited the sexual assault of a minor.

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The Daily Sun reported the intern made a series of post under #Silungisa_Icountry, which translated means fixing the country.

It was in the posts where he made incriminating remarks about his neighbour's 10-year-old daughter.

According to the man, whose identity is yet to be revealed, his neighbour's daughter was too forward. His solution to the girl's attitude was what landed him in hot water.

"Ingane yakamakhelwane ina 10yrs. “Kuthi angiyidlwengule Nyi! Nyi! Kuphele ukuphapha," he wrote.

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Briefly.co.za learnt the translated version of his message said his neighbour's child is 10 and he felt like raping her because she was too forward.

However, it did not stop there. The intern went on to write in another post that he wanted to do the same to a seven-year-old girl.

His posts sparked outrage and the Health MEC, Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo, has since instructed the hospital to remove the man from his duties until a proper investigation had been conducted.

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Finance intern suspended for saying he wanted to sexually assault a 10-year-old girl

Health MEC Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo and the gate to Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital. Photo credit: Daily Sun/Jabulani Langa
Source: UGC

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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