My Pastor boss said I should not wear panties when cleaning the house

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It is not uncommon to hear of a maid seducing the man of the house, a Ndola maid was allegedly forced by ‘madam’ to seduce her husband, a pastor.

In her evidence before Kafubu Local Court, Agnes Kangwa testified that her female boss, Evelyn Nachilima, told her not to turn down any sexual advances from her husband.

She told a packed courtroom that she worked well with Nachilima until March 6 this year when she was told by the defendant that her husband might admire her and that if he made any sexual advances on her, she should accept and have sex with him. She was testifying against Nachilima for allegedly confiscating her national registration card (NRC).

Kangwa said a few days later, Nachilima told her to do a blood test, after which she told her to stop wearing underwear when she was working.

She alleged that Nachilima told her to only cover her body with a chitenge. Kangwa also said each time Nachilima and her husband observed her while she worked, she would tell him to look at how beautiful she looked.

She said when she asked why she shouldn’t wear her underwear and trousers when working, Nachilima allegedly told her that her husband, who is a pastor at Kingdom Redemption Celebration Church wanted to pray for the garments. Kangwa said her former employer also told her that the move was also going to help the anointing oil to work well.

“That’s when I decided to stop work, and when I asked for my NRC, she told me it was at the police station because I stole a phone,” Kangwa narrated.

But Nachilima denied the accusations and said her maid stopped work for no reason. She said after a few days, Kangwa asked her husband to collect her NRC, but she refused to give it to him because she allegedly stole a phone she was using while she worked at her place.

“After that, I received a court summons which stated that I was keeping her NRC against her will, and I did not want to take her to the police for stealing my phone as she was pregnant at the time,” she said. Magistrates Agnes Muswema and Mildred Namwizye ordered Mrs Nachilima to return the NRC to Kangwa.

The court also advised Kangwa to be wary of some churches which do not preach the true Gospel


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