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Marry Chiwenga Yearns To Be With Her Children


Marry Chiwenga Yearns To Be With Her Children

Marry Chiwenga nee Mubaiwa, the estranged wife of Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is yearning to see her children whom she says are not allowed to see her.

Marry lost the custody of her three minor children after Chiwenga had convinced the courts that Marry was incapable of taking care of the children because she was “mentally ill and in need of urgent psychiatric treatment”. In a series of Twitter messages, Marry speaks of her desire to see her kids, again. She said:

As I turn 40 tomorrow (Thursday 22, July), I thank God for the life that he has thrown @Me, the weight I have had to carry, the humiliation that I suffered at the hands of my other half, the baseless accusations and the weight of his instructions and authority. Evil eye

I didn’t marry the material wealth, I married the wealth that was in his heart, the gentle touch of his hand, the knowledge of God, his understanding of what my heart wanted, he understood the person that I was, the me that I am today, focused, forgiving and forward-thinking.

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I am going to be 4ty tomorrow and just wishing and wanting and waiting for my children Tendai, Christian and Michael to be with me. What kind of a father denies his children which he claims to love the right to be with their mother and vice-versa. Where is God when you need him?

The former model had a fallout with the former army boss with the latter accusing her of plotting to kill him.

She is also accused of assaulting her former maid and fraud and money laundering charges. As a result, Marry has been in and out of court for the last two years.

Marry faces a lengthy jail sentence over the alleged offences.

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