A CARETAKER at Danda Secondary School in Zaka surprised his community after he chased his wife and three children from home and took in a prostitute who had followed him to his house and refused to leave.
Jabson Museza (38) of Banga village, chief Ndanga in Zaka, chased Sibongile Muvhinyingwa, his wife for seven years, and their three children aged five, three and four months old from their matrimonial home.
This was after a sex-worker he had known for some time decided to follow him to his place saying she was tired of being used by him and it was high time she became his wife.
“I am hurt and do not understand why he did this to me after seven years of marriage. I knew that he was sleeping around because he would not come back home after every pay day.
“One day, he came back after three days with a woman in tow. The woman followed him into our hut and sat on the bed beside my husband. I asked what was going on and he told me that he had decided to marry this woman and that I was supposed to leave.
“We quarrelled and he started throwing my clothes out of the house telling me to leave the children, pots and blankets for his new wife,” said Muvhinyingwa.
“I could not leave my children because they are still young. Before I met him, he had chased three other women so when I visited his sister in Mushayavanhu for help to solve this, she told me to leave her alone saying she was tired of her brother’s issues,” added Muvhinyingwa.
Muvhinyingwa and her children are now staying in Bikita with her uncles and waiting for the processing of her maintenance claims.