The teacher, who asked for sex from her students to give her grades, was fined 5 million Tsh (220,000 Ksh) for three years in prison.
Samson Mahimbo, a 69-year-old university professor at the National Institute of Transportation (NIT) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, pleaded guilty to having sex with his students to give him high marks in additional examinations.
According to k24tv, the verdict was heard on Tuesday, November 26, in the Kisutou district court in Dar es Salaam.
Local judge Huruma Shaidi supported the ruling and said the gender agreement had resulted in the loss of unskilled workers.
On October 9, the Kisutou District Court reported that Samson Mahimbo was caught red-handed on January 11, 2017, to prepare for sexual contact with his students. The Mahimbo student is in the second year of secondary studies at the National Institute of Transportation (NIT) in Dar es Salaam.
Students fail their basic examinations at the Transportation Authority and must review files on January 5, 2017 after hearing the court.
Faraj Salamba, a lawyer for the NIT, told a court in Kisutou on October 9 that Mahimbo had abused his power by using sex from a Victoria in exchange for good grades to reward the student.
Salamba said the suspect phoned Victoria by telephone on January 11, 2017, asking for a meeting at an entertainment venue called Shani Bar in Mwenge northwest of Dar es Salaam.
"When they meet, the trainee gets an additional exam that he takes." Mahimbo introduces the current marker scheme after the "exam." Mahimbo scored 67 percent of Victoria's work, then left Shani's bar and entered an Apartment calling Camp David in the same area, like said a lawyer from Salamba College in court.
Salamba also claimed that they were drunk at Camp David before ordering a room where Mahimbo was beaten naked to prepare for sexual contact with students.
"The suspect began to hug and caress the student before trying to release it when he heard a knock on the door.
Victoria opens the door and the police, notified of the instructor's plans, arrest her. Then his clothes are on the table, Salamba said.
The suspect was first appointed on August 14, 2018.
During follow-up in early 2019, Mahimbo refused to seek sexual services in return for good brands, which violated Tanzania's anti-corruption laws.
Prosecutors said they had ordered six witnesses to prove their case against the suspect. However, Mahimbo told the court that he would depend on four witnesses to prove his innocence.
On November 11, the suspect admitted in the next argument to have sex with his student in exchange for good grades.