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Court fails to reconcile wrangling couple

MUTINTA MULAYE writes

@SunZambian

A married couple has failed to reconcile in Lusaka’s Boma Local Court because the husband has lost love for his wife and has married another woman whom he has brought into the matrimonial home.

Before Senior Presiding Local Court Magistrate Mpundu Mwape was Annie Mwangala, 27 of Kamwala who took her husband Ferrai Mabuku, 30, of the same locality to court for reconciliation

Mwangala said the two got married in 2011 but major problems started in 2016 when her husband sent her to the village to deliver their child,

She said on return to Lusaka, she found that he had brought another woman into their home.

“When I asked him about the other woman he told me he was just joking. We stayed just like that but he would go missing from home for 2 weeks. Whenever I tried to question him I would get beaten,” Ms Mwangala said

She also told the court that her husband stopped speaking to her or supporting the family, adding that she wanted to know where she stood.

In defence Mabuku admitted marrying another woman.

He however told the court that his wife stopped listening to him and that was why he moved out of their house and married someone else.

“Nenzo mu lesa kuvala ma trouse eve senzo mvela. Time nenzo fika pa nyumba naeve ndiye penzo fika, napo pa nyumba senzo nkalapo,

 “I refused her to wear trousers but she did not listen to me. We used to arrive home at the same time and she still would not even stay home),” Mr Mabuku stated.

He further told the court that his wife started denying him sex and would sleep in the visitors’ room or wait for him to fall asleep before going to bed.

The court found that reasons Mabuku was leaving home and marrying another woman were not satisfactory.

It also found that Mabuku did not love his wife because despite Mwangala saying she was not comfortable with another woman he still insisted that he wanted both of them and dismissed the reconciliation case.

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