Chipata Woman Handed 25 Years for Child Trafficking

The Chipata High Court has sentenced a 25-year-old woman of Dam

View area in Chipata to 25 years imprisonment with hard labour for child trafficking.

Esther Phiri appeared before Judge Elita Phiri Mwikisa in a matter where she was charged with trafficking of a 14-year-old girl.

Facts before the court were that Phiri on July 3, 2018 in Chadiza, jointly and whilst acting together with others unknown, willfully and unlawfully trafficked a 14-year-old child of the same area for purposes of engaging the child in work.

It is alleged that the child was transported to Lusaka where she was sexually abused and impregnated.

Phiri, who was represented by Legal Aid Council Sally Bwalya, pleaded with the court for leniency as she was a first offender.

But arriving on a verdict, judge Mwikisa said the offence Phiri committed was a serious one and that to help her reform, she was being sentenced to 25 years with hard labour effective the day of arrest.


  1. AK

    Women start learning how to obey the laws

  2. Phwishi

    Another eastern woman again.What has befallen these women nowadays?

    • Kanye Kanye

      Easterner again? It can’t be……….

      • Doubt Katwishi

        This coming is becoming unbecoming.Kikikiki.

  3. Songwe Stephen Abraham

    Mostly women are very silly. Yaba chilakalipa.

  4. Kays Mayo

    Why didn’t she trafficked with her own p.////s for security reason & for enjoyment interns of interntainment ,chaii poor girl she will rote in jail

  5. Gangsta grabs

    Life in zambia is hard,instead of being a fucked pussy she made a plan to make money.Since u all idiots this girl was sold to someone,where are those people who droped sperms into her vargina?

  6. James

    Some women
    Please, you should change.

  7. Escape from Sobibor

    Chipata women …what is going on kanshi???

    • Wezi

      After further investigations, it has been learnt that it is actually Esther Chipili not Esther Phiri.The judge heard the name wrongly. So there you go bembas.

  8. Kapas

    Bambuya besu, bantu abasuma Sana

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