Married Woman Caught Redhanded with Chikomba, Taken To Police With No Clothes!
A Married man from Chitungwiza got the shock of his life when he caught his wife sleeping with another man at their matrimonial home after he had returned home from work unannounced.
Grace Pama (31) and Terence Chirubvu where not given time to dress up after they were caught b_onking by Nathaniel Nyagura, who together with his sisters, forced the duo to march to the police n_aked.
In an interview with the H-Metro, Nyagura confirmed the incident and commented that he was contemplating om taking Chirubvu to court.
” I caught them red-handed sleeping on our matrimonial bed. People have been telling me that my wife was involved in extra-marital affairs, but all along I did not believe it because I believed in our marriage.”
Nyagura and his wife, Grace are legally married under the Marriages Act Chapter 5:11.
” I stay in Mutare where I am trying to make ends meet, so I came back home today around 2:38 am and I saw my wife sleeping with another man on our matrimonial bed. I could not believe what I was seeing and I then invited my sisters to be witnesses,” said Nyagura.
Upon arrival at the police, Nyagura was then advised to approach the Civil Court. Nyagura furnished the publication with details that he was now processing divorce papers.
In an affidavit, Chirubvu admitted being in an adulterous relationship with Grace and also added that he was to pay Nyagura $5000 on or before three weeks as compensation.
Grace also confirmed the adulterous affair with Chirubvu.
” I admit being in an adulterous relationship with Terence Chirubvu,” reads her affidavit.
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