A married woman and her lover were caught red-handed having s1x after get stuck yesterday, April 4, 2017, in Kenya.
The married woman and her lover from Bungoma were caught after they got stuck while having s*x. The unidentified woman who has been married for five years, was caught with her lover stuck at a room in Plan B Hotel, Chwele town.
Speaking to Nairobi News, her husband, Wilber Kibagendi, who works in another town, claimed he served his wife a witchdoctor’s concoction, which she unknowingly took to expose herself.
‘I have been married to her for the last five years but I live in Bungoma as I have businesses there. I was told she was cheating on me and three days ago I went to see a witchdoctor who gave me a concoction that will help nab her,’ he said.
It was also reported that crowd who stormed the hotel had wanted to lynch the lovers, but police men around the scene disperse them with teargas before rescuing the n*ked lovers.
They were seperated after a native doctor was called to the scene.
The two lovers and the woman’s husband were later taken to Bungoma Police Station.
“Someone told me that my husband was being accommodated by a single lady who is an EcoCash agent and I trapped them and caught him in the arms of Choice,” said Winnet.
According to H-metro, Winnet alleges that the s*x act took place in Chikurubi area of Zimbabwe and she made the discovery after a tip off last week. The inspector is accused of having spent days away from home claiming he was on overtime.
This led to an investigation by the wife.
Winnet says she then started to take photographs as part of evidence she will use in court.
“They were caressing each other on her bed and I only managed to capture photographs of the two and he started taking me photographs as well.
“Winnet also made accusations against Choice, which could not be verified
“I am legally married for 18 years and blessed with three kids but my husband was lured by Choice. She is said to have consulted self-styled prophets,” she said.
“Akanwiswa mvura dzemuteuro nematombo pfungwa dzikarasa mhuri,” she said.
“It pains much that after undergoing difficulties someone starts cheating because apihwa nyembe ochishandisa kutsvaka vakadzi, I will take legal action against Choice for wrecking my marriage,” she added.
Contacted for comment, Munyonga could neither deny nor confirm cheating with Choice.
He said Winnet had already approached courts for legal action.
“I cannot comment over that issue since legal action has already been taken for your own information,” said Inspector Munyonga.
Choice could not be reached for comment but is seen on the photographs lying on the bed with Munyonga in her bedroom.
A Ghanaian football player is in the eye of the storm after he allegedly dumped his girlfriend who has stood by him while he suffered after getting a lucrative offer abroad.
According to reports in Ghana, the broken-hearted lady, who gave her name as Nana Ama has made scathing revelations about how she supported financially ‘’R.S’’ with the little she had for him to get a better career only for the former Black Stars player to turn his back on her when she needed him most.
According to her, the player was financially stricken but she believed in him and did all she could to make him a success.
She personally took care of him, providing most needs to the extent of aiding him with a substantial amount of money to travel abroad to sign a contract.
“I don’t want to call out his name but his initials are R. S. and we stayed together for three years,” the lady told Asempa Sports.
“We were planning to get married but things didn’t go the way we expected. I met him before we went for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
“When he left the shores of the country to South Africa, he was encountering some problems so he had to return home.
“When he met me I was working with a lawyer and he used me. I took care of him because he was not having anything and some of his friends are witnesses to the situation.
“When the player returned back home, things were difficult for him because the team he was playing in the local was not paying him regularly so I was using my monthly salary to take care of him and his family members are aware of that.
“I will not let him go scot free because the way and manner he dumped me was not fair. I lost my job because of him and during those difficult times he left me.
The lady went ahead to explain that she had lost her job as a result of this unfortunate happenings.
“After I lost my job, he had then signed a professional contract so I told him to get me some money so I can set up my own business but he told me he has nothing for me and the only money he was able to send me was GHC300,” she said painfully.
“He has been very wicked to me because before he even had the chance to play for the Black Stars, I had to go out to beg some coaches and GFA officials with his video so they call him up.
“When he had the contract I had to go and withdraw an amount of GHC8, 000 from my account to help him sort out his things before he leaves the country and with what he has done, I am determined to disturb him even if he gets married.” She added.
The identity of the player is unknown but you can always take a will guess.
A 33-year-old man identified as Andrea Zunga, who accused of attempting a robbery, was stuck in a chimney at a youth centre in Zimbabwe for two days, before being rescued by a fire brigade crew and taken away by police.
According to a report by Zimbabwean journalist, Raisedon Baya, the suspect’s accomplices who are still at large, managed to get in and out through one of the chimneys and got way with two computers, a laptop and a jacket but he got stuck in the other chimney which is blocked at the bottom.
The accomplices on realising that Zunga was stuck in the chimney fled with their loot and did not tell anyone about the mishap.
Governor of Ghana’s Central Bank, Abdul-Nashiru Issahaku has resigned. This was made known to journalists by anonymous source.
According to sources within the central bank, the governor who officially started his four-year term around September last year tendered his resignation on Wednesday citing personal reasons.
Although the governors of the central bank have been insulated against political risk through an amended Bank of Ghana Act which assures them the security of tenure, speculations have been rife immediately after the December election that the current government would like the governor to leave office so they could appoint a replacement.
Issahaku was first appointed by former president John Mahama in April 2016 in an acting position when Henry Wampah tendered his resignation six months before the end of his tenure.
Mahama was defeated at the polls by current president, Nana Akufo-Addo who won the election by 53 per cent.
Sources within the central bank also named former head of the research department at the bank, Ernest Addison now with the African Development Bank as one of the front-runners to occupy the Bank of Ghana chair.
The outgoing governor held his last Monetary Policy Committee press briefing on Monday, where he announced a 200 basis point reduction in the bank’s benchmark policy rate from 25.5 per cent to 23.5 per cent.