A man from Bulawayo’s Mpopoma suburb is in murky waters blaming his church for putting him in trouble, forcing him into a marriage with a church mate.

However, it turned out that their union was more of oil and water as their marriage didn’t last due to irreconcilable differences. Alvis Ndlovu revealed that he separated with his wife Ellen Ndlovu because they had serious differences.

Ndlovu’s only given reason for the breakdown is that they were forced into the marriage.

He revealed that after their separation, the woman developed a habit of making false reports, tarnishing his image and emotionally abusing him.

“I want Ellen Ndlovu to stop false allegations that I am threatening to kill her because she might end up in trouble and I will be the main suspect.

“She makes false reports tarnishing my image and I no longer have peace in my life as I am always arrested after her reports.

“We were made to marry each other at Eagle Life Ministries and never had peace in our marriage,” said Alvis.

In response, Ellen accused her husband of threatening her.

“I do not make false reports, but he is the one who stalks and threatens to kill me.”

Alvis begged the magistrate to hear his plea as the woman was emotionally abusing him.

The presiding magistrate Tancy Dube granted the order in favour of Alvis and Ellen was banned from communicating and abusing him in anyway.


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