Married man crooks woman into fake marriage


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WOMEN should be careful with the men they date before having children with them.

This is the message from a 29-year-old woman who discovered that her”husband”whom she stayed with for three years was married.

This was after she delivered a baby girl.

Memory Mulenga explained to the Sun that she met her lover whom she only knew as Mukombe Mukombe in Chaisa compound in 2016 and promised her marriage.

She said few weeks later she invited him to stay with her in her house where they lived together for three years without Ms Mulenga knowing that he was a married man.

Ms Mulenga narrated that before the two started staying together, Mukombe used to stay in Mandevu compound and that all was well during their “marriage “adding that she did not suspect that he was married.

She said that she received the shock of her life two months ago after the wife of Mr Mukombe approached her at their house few days after delivering a baby girl who was now two months old.

Ms Mulenga said at that point, Mukombe admitted that he was married and he was reuniting with his wife.

She said from that time Mr Mukombe has disappeared and has never supported his child.

Ms Mulenga however said she had now moved on with her life and waiting for her child to grow so that she finds a job. She has since reunited with her single mother of seven children.

And her, Mary Mulenga said life had not been easy as she was taking care of seven children in one roomed rented house after her husband died.

Ms Mulenga said that after the death of her husband, her son was the one taking care of the family but unfortunately he also recently died.

She however ruled out returning to the village, adding that there was no one left in the village hence it will be difficult to settle.

She appealed to well wishers who could offer her any job so that she supported her family.


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