- Tony Mwaba Kazadi, the Minister of Primary, Secondary, and Technical Education in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), allegedly admits to impregnating his deputy, Aminata Namasia.
- Kazadi attributes the situation to a workplace accident, according to reports.
- Namasia denies the allegations on her Twitter page, emphasizing the importance of preserving her image and the reputation of her married colleagues.
In a controversial turn of events, Tony Mwaba Kazadi, the Minister of Primary, Secondary, and Technical Education (EPST) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), is under scrutiny as allegations surface regarding his involvement in an intimate relationship with his deputy, Aminata Namasia, resulting in her pregnancy.
According to FRESHREPORTERS, Kazadi has allegedly confessed to impregnating his deputy, claiming it was an unintended consequence of their professional interaction within the workplace.
However, the authenticity of this confession remains to be fully verified.
A local newspaper, The Street Journal, shed light on the matter, indicating that Namasia vehemently refutes the claims on her official Twitter account.
She emphasizes that tarnishing her reputation should not be tolerated, as it not only affects her personal commitments but also has the potential to damage the image of her married male colleagues and their families.
Namasia asserts that beyond her responsibilities in her official capacity and as a public figure, she has a personal life that deserves respect from all parties involved—a fundamental right guaranteed to all Congolese citizens by their constitution.
She states, “As we approach the electoral contests scheduled for December this year, I urge my political detractors to criticize my opinions and political actions rather than engaging in practices aimed at defaming my character.”
Meanwhile, reports suggest that Namasia, appointed as the National Deputy Minister of Primary, Secondary, and Technical Education in Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde’s cabinet on April 12, 2021, is allegedly engaged in a romantic affair with her superior, despite both individuals being married.
According to The Heritage Times, a journalist named Lungila John from the DRC took to Twitter to expose the alleged affair between the two officials, which subsequently led to the pregnancy of the deputy education minister.
Furthermore, The Street Journal quoted an individual identified as Nugandu, described as a trusted Congolese source, debunking the entire story, labeling it as part of the political drama prevalent in the DRC.
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