A randy primary school headmaster has been caught after
14-year-old Class Eight pupil in Belgut, Kericho County of
However, he might end up going scot-free after the teacher
coerced a gardener into an oath of secrecy to take
responsibility for the crime.
According to The Nairobian, a source close to the gardener
who has been doubling up as a houseboy revealed that the
school head had been having a romantic relationship with
the girl, among others in the school, for a while now.
Explaining further, the source revealed that things got more
complicated when the girl got pregnant, with pressure
mounting from her parents, demanding to know the man
In order not to lose his job, the randy headmaster, together
with the girl, struck a deal with the gardener, who allegedly
received Sh60,000 to act as the culprit.
“The gardener, who hails from Chepalungu constituency in
the neighbouring Bomet County claimed paternity for the
girl’s child to ward off suspicion and dispel rumours
linking the school head to the pregnancy,” said the source.
After the incident, the gardener went missing leaving the
girl ‘stranded’, consequently saving her numerous
questions. However, all the blame was heaped on the
gardener as people believed he was the real culprit.
“The headmaster, whose randy nature seems to have been
heightened by the fact that he doesn’t live with his family,
is suspected to be having multiple relationships with some
of his pupils in the school,” added the source.
Meanwhile, to absolve himself from any links to the
gardener, the school head denied knowing his whereabouts
after he vanished.
Interestingly, when the matter was brought to his attention
as the school head, the teacher, in a strange show of
generosity, is said to have given the girl’s parents Sh50,000
to help them take care of the girl and her baby.
According to The Nairobian, details of the oath taken by
the three are scanty. Thus, it’s not known whether the
money the headmaster gave the girl’s parents is the only
contribution he planned give towards the raising of the
child or he plans to regularly offer more support albeit