BTC executives caught in sex scandal resign
Two Botswana Telecommunications Corporation (BTC) Executives embroiled in a sex scandal that tarnished the telecommunications brand badly on social media this week have resigned.
While the scandalous company Secretary, Sydney Mganga and his General manager, Support and Human Resources refused to confirm or deny their resignations, sources from BTC revealed that by Wednesday, the disgraced duo had tendered their resignations and cleared their desks.
The young executive from Francistown and his older and married colleague, HR Manager, Mmamotse Monageng fell from grace after Mganga’s girlfriend filmed them having sex at his house and allegedly shared it with social media publications.
Their bedroom misdemeanours provided comic relief for social media users after their story broke the Internet on Tuesday, with reports alleging that Monageng was caught on camera fleeing the scene and speeding away in a Range Rover stark naked leaving her clothes at Mganga’s house in Phakalane.
Apparently the two were caught with their pants down during a week of submission of staff performance appraisals and many jokes on social media suggested that Mmamotse had decided to conduct Mganga’s appraisal in the bedroom instead of the boardroom.
On Wednesday Morning Monageng’s husband, Lockie Wilkinson added to the drama by releasing a live video of himself in a drunken stupor on social media lamenting the misfortune of being cheated on.
In the clip, which went viral, Lockie the Locksmith as he is popularly known is seen and heard saying, “I don’t want to believe that I am an evil person, I love people and I am also loved by many people. For me to be put through this all the time, I feel inhuman now. I am hurting, I am broken, I am devastated, I am totally fuc@d,” before he takes a swig from his beer bottle.
He then went on to moan that he was alone with nobody was on his side. “I am not looking for sympathy,” he added.
Lockie who once trended on social media in a short video of a woman preforming oral sex on him in public while he enjoyed a cigarette did not pick or return our calls.
Meanwhile speaking in an interview, Monageng sounded calm and relaxed on Wednesday as she explained that she was okay despite the drama. “I am fine, what happened is now in the public domain and I cannot change it. I hope by now everyone even those around me have heard everything, so I am not commenting on the matter,” she said
Efforts to get a comment from BTC failed as the Managing Director, Anthony Masunga said he was outside the country and had no updates on what was happening while a questionnaire sent to Communications team was not responded at the time of going to press.
The BTC scandal was the latest in a week that was rocked by outrageous behaviours such as that of a young Dr Mellus Tshube who killed his two children before committing suicide by hanging.
Dr Tshube also left a social media post accusing his wife of driving him to the edge with her extra marital affairs with three other men.