Thursday, 21 January 2016

Drama After N’anga Refuses To Look After His Child

A Harare woman has sensationally exposed her eight year romance with a traditional healer resulting in a love child.

What started as a healer-client relationship between Josephine Tavengwa and wellington Mhasvi the traditional healer turned into a love relationship that saw the former ‘s marriage crumbling.

Josephine dug deeper into amorous activities with Mhasvi for eight years of s.excapades when she dragged Mhasvi to the maintenance court yesterday.

“He was may traditional healer for eight years and assisted me to solve problems I had in my life.

“As time moved on I began to find solace in him and there was chemistry between us.

“We fell in love and began to have s.ex several times at his house,” said Josephine before Magistrate Trevor Nyatsanza.
Drama After N’anga Refuses To Look After His Child
She said the met Mhasvi when she briefly separated from her husband as the two’s relationship developed into love.
“I separated with my husband with whom I have two children and then I met Mhasvi.”

“However we never got married because I knew he had his own children and some were already married.

“Now he is denying paternity after we enjoyed the sentimental moments together.”

Josephine said she used to be a cross boarder trader but had stopped because she was nursing the six month old baby she sired with Mhasvi.

Mhasvi could not however take any of that sensationally claiming that their relationship had been a healer-client one and never went as far as s.ex.

“We never had s.ex and I just know her as my client.

“I do not have a child with her.

“Josephine is just accusing me with lies ,”Mhasvi said.

Mhasvi said he had 11 children with different women and some of them were married.

“I have 11 children with three different wives and some of them are married .

“As we speak my grandchildren are the ones taking care of me.

“So I can not just give her a maintenance offer.”

Despite his spirited efforts to deny paternity,magistrate Nyatsanza ordered Mhasvi to pay $80 maintenance effective January 31.

Source: H Metro