MALE NURSE SODOMISES PATIENT AS ‘CURE’ FOR ERECTION PROBLEM
A male nurse at Sedie clinic in Maun was arrested last week and charged with raping a male patient in a bizarre sex attack.
The nurse Nchidzi Majaye, 30, allegedly lured the 32-year old security guard from the clinic to his house after he claimed he could cure his erection problems.
The healing process however involved a grotesque act of sodomy.
Relating the incident the victim (name withheld) told The Voice in an interview that he met the nurse last Friday at the clinic.
“I was seeking medical attention for erection difficulties because I struggle to have sex with my girlfriend more than once a night.”
The victim claimed that after the consultation the nurse told him that the clinic had run out of the medication that could cure the problem, but he had some at his house he could give him.
“We exchanged phone numbers and he later phoned and we met in town, but he insisted that we go to his house for a detailed explanation of how the medication worked.
At the house Majaye allegedly gave the patient a lubricant to rub into his anus saying it was part of the cure to regain his erection.
“When I started applying the stuff the man asked me to close my eyes and imagine being with my girlfriend as this would help the medication work more effectively.”
While his eyes were tightly shut the patient says he felt a painful penetration from behind.
“It appears that when my eyes were closed he was putting on a condom.
When I asked him what he thought he was doing the nurse claimed that he was pushing the medicine inside as part of the healing process.”
The patient then asked if he could be given tablets instead, but the nurse said the lubricant was more effective.
However he was told that if he insisted on tablets he could go back to the clinic on Friday to get them.
After the incident the patient lodged a rape complaint with the police.
Maun Station Commander Superintendent Kenanao Badumetse confirmed that they were detaining a 30-year-old nurse pending investigations into the alleged rape.
He couldn’t go into details since investigations were still at an early stage.
Letsholathebe Hospital Superintendent Dr Maxwell Mungisi described the incident as “unfortunate and embarrassing.”
“As we speak I am on my way to get more details on what could have happened since it took place outside the hospital premises.
Meanwhile Majaye’s colleagues described him as soft-spoken and reserved.