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A KITWE Local Court heard how a married woman of Kitwe’s Chimwemwe township deserted her husband after he lost his job and got married to another man.
This is in a case in which Morgan Mulenga sued Justine Ndandala for compensation arising from adultery.
Mulenga told senior local court magistrate Elizabeth Banda that his wife Matildah Ngosa left him after losing his job claiming she was going to live with her parents.
He said after a month, he discovered that his wife was living with another man.
“I found my wife at another man’s house washing clothes and when I asked her what she was doing there, she told me she was at her husband’s house,” Mulenga said.
He said Ngosa is still his wife as the couple never divorced.
But Ndandala said Ngosa never informed him that she was married.
And Ngosa said she was still legally married to Mulenga but she left him as he failed to fend for the family.
Magistrate Banda ordered Ndandala to compensate Mulenga K800 to be paid in an instalment of K350.

(DailyMail)

 

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    • Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh once remarked in 1988 that “I don’t think a prostitute is more moral than a wife, but they are doing the same thing.”

      Such stories are more exciting if they come from our so called middle class or new rich than the bundus …

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    • Kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk this judge is insane

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  1. She is a prostitute. Some women are selling tomatoes, vegetables etc to fend for their families and a loafer is busy selling her thighs. Mulenga is also a fool. He should have divorced that harlot. So, in a nutshell, Mulenga is trading her wife for valueless KWACHAS. Shame.

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  2. …the dude was supposed to have consulted….he shouldn’t have gone for compensation he should have gone for bigamy…the woman behaved like majority of our MPs…nodding to the draft the did not fully understand…when the pastor told her to repeat after him….’for better for worse’ she did not know/understand what it meant….just like the Grade 12 requirement…

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