Dumped over barrenness
13 November 2017
A 29-year-old woman dumped her husband of 12 years for being barren.
Lizzie Chikoko is now cohabiting with a married man only identified as Tichaona in Glen View after her marriage to Shingi Taruvinga failed to give them children.
Lizzie is reported to have hooked up with Tichaona on a WhatsApp group ‘Chakafukidza’ after sharing her problem of failing to conceive blaming Shingi of ‘firing blanks’.
She was then enticed by Tichaona and she packed her belongings while Shingi was away and went to stay with the boyfriend.
“We have been living peacefully with my wife in Durban for the past 12 years although we were still to be blessed with kids,” said Shingi.
“I discovered that Lizzie had collected her belongings and left for Zimbabwe while I was at work and phoned me saying she was no longer interested in living with me.
“Her friend told me that she fell in love with a married man popularly known as Es**ras in various WhatsApp groups known for giving women children.
“Lizzie started updating her WhatsApp profile picture with Tichaona and started asking me to give her all the property we acquired together.
“I am prepared to give her because I heard that Tichaona wants to give her kids and not buying property. I learnt this from Lizzie’s WhatsApp conversation with her sister.
“I made the trip to Zimbabwe to surrender the property and I am returning to Durban where I work hazvina mhosva zvinowanikwa muhupenyu mukoma,” said Shingi.
Lizzie confirmed her separation with Shingi saying she had found a man who can give her kids.
“I am sure Shingi told you the reason I dumped him and I have found a man I believe will give me children,” said Lizzie.
“I endured for 12 years with him but he never gave me children saka ndinogarirei zvangu.
“I am now in love with Tichaona and allegations that he is married are not true. It’s only that Shingi was disappointed by my posting him on my profile picture.
“Kana munhu arambwa ngaabvume kurambwa handichadi nezvake property ndinotora.
“What will he gain from publishing my issue. I want to believe that your readers will read it for a day and the other day it will be other people’s stories and nothing is gained by publishing me,” said Lizzie.
Efforts to get a comment from Tichaona were fruitless as his mobile went unanswered. He also did not reply questions delivered on his mobile number.