True Confession: ‘My randy boss sacked me because I would not sleep with him’

True Confession: ‘My randy boss sacked me because I would not sleep with him’

“Dear Editor,

My name is Vivian and I have just been sacked from my job because I refused to give in to my randy boss’ demands that I should sleep with him.

I am 26-years-old and I was lucky to get a job with a telecommunications firm in November last year after two years of searching for a job after my youth service.

Right from the first day I resumed work in that office, I knew there was going to be trouble because of the way my CEO, a married man with grown up and an elder in his church, related to me with tell-tale signs.

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I got to learn from an olde staff who became my friend that the man is so randy and had slept with almost all the female staff including cleaners and office assistants without any shame.

To buttress my fear, my boss took a special interest in me and went out of his way to make me very comfortable, giving me a salary raise after just my first month and placed me above some staff I met there.

Having been told the kind of man he was, I decided to be very careful whenever I was with him and not do anything to encourage him but he would not let me be.

There was a day he told me to stay back after office hours and when he was sure everyone had gone, he called me into his office and told me that he loved me and wanted to date me.

He promised heaven and earth if I accepted to date him but I told him I had a fiancé and would not cheat on him. That day, he tried to kiss me but I managed to overpower him and dashed out of the office.

Only God knows what would have happened if I did not escape. Maybe he would have raped me in his office.

Two days later, he called me to his office and told me point blank that it either I agreed to sleep with him or he would sack me; but I still stood my ground.

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Then two weeks ago, he sent his secretary to give me a letter terminating my appointment. In the letter, he stated that I had not met the targets set for me.

Some of my friends have told me to take him to court for unjustly sacking me while others think I should just let it go and start looking for another job.

What do you think I should do?


Dear readers, after going through Vivian’s story today on True Confession, what action do you think she should take?

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About The Author

Isaac Dachen is the Editor-In-Chief at 1stnews. He is a graduate of English and Public Relations. A social critic and political analyst, he is also a big, big Arsenal fan.

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