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My Wife Asked Me To Sleep With Her Mother To Become Rich : Husband Reveals Why He Left His Wife

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The world keeps getting surprises here and there. A Zimbabwean man by name Manfred Nhemachena has revealed that her wife’s mother that’s his mother-in-law has allegedly been demanding sex from him.

He made his revelation in a court where his ex-wife filled a protection right against him claiming he was abusing her. The couple tied the knot in April 2010 and were blessed with four beautiful kids.

Manfred the husband disclosed the real reasons for his actions, he said
“It was not only traumatizing but shameful, I have since lost my respect for her and I can no longer look at her the same way. Thank God I didn’t give in to her devilish demands,” said Manfred.

“I started noticing something unusual in 2015 when she came and briefly stayed with us. I definitely didn’t have a problem with that until she started demanding to sleep in my matrimonial bedroom.

“When I asked her why she wanted to join us in our bedroom she said her husband (his father-in-law) was no longer sleeping with her”. he leaked

Manfred after seeing how determined his mother-in-law was, told her to return to her relatives, but that was ignored by the woman saying she was going to stay with him in his matrimonial bed.

Living true to her demands she moved into our matrimonial bedroom and out of fear I moved to another spare bedroom.

“The following day while dressed skimpily, she followed me to the spare bedroom where she found me sleeping and she tenderly sat on my legs. From that day she was the one who was now preparing breakfast and supper for me and ironing my clothes”.

“What was also happening was that when I came home late, she was the one who was always opening the door for me and she would be in a see-through nightdress exposing all her vital parts.”

Disturbed and confused Manfred told his wife what he has been going through of late with his mother-in-law. Surprisingly the wife gave him a reply he was shocked about

“Her response to me was “yes, it is true that there are no longer sleeping together and once you sleep with her, we are rich’.” (in wife’s voice)

Manfred further explained

“I was horrified after I got that response, so dismayed that I decided enough is enough and moved out of the house.”
He said all efforts to engage his father-in-law and relatives were also futile.

“I tried to talk to her relatives, but she shouted at them when they tried to reprimand her. I ended up going to Mvuma to her husband, who is also my father-in-law, and he refused to help me,” said Manfred adding that his mother-in-law also threatened him with death as punishment for reporting her to her relatives.

Manfred also claimed when he started having problems with his wife after he refused to bow down to her sex demands, his mother-in-law forcibly took his property including amusement park rides he bought from China, residential stand and some household properties.

When reached for comment the mother-in-law, Beatrice Marabwa, who is an elder at Jehovah’s Witnesses refuted the claims while accusing Manfred of having a deceitful character.

“This is a long story why don’t you come to Mvuma so that we talk. He is lying and is after tarnishing my image as a Christian. He is a snake. I am 72-years-old and can’t do that to my son-in-law. Moreover, we are a rich and educated family. That man was after our wealth. We have everything in life,” she boasted.

Meanwhile, Manfred and Tariro are currently locked up in another mar court battle where the latter filed an application seeking to ban the former from having access to their minor child.

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Man City & Juve Lead Race For Adama Traore

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Wolves winger in high demand ahead of the summer transfer window

Manchester City and Juventus have emerged as the frontrunners in the race to sign Wolves winger Adama Traore – according to ESPN.

Both clubs are prepared to move for the 24-year-old if Nuno Espirito Santo’s side misses out on Champions League qualification.

Barcelona had also been linked with a former academy prospect, but they are unlikely to launch a formal bid this summer.

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#MallamTonga: Fake Mallam Exposed On Social Media

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Everyone is doing everything cum anything to also have some cash in their pockets.

In a new trend, a mallam identified as Tonga as being exposed as he reveals if a person sends him an amount of money, he or she gets more.

In the wake of this scam, he has been exposed on social media as a Twitter user shared what happened.

Listen and watch below.

https://twitter.com/gh_questions/status/1280268507696041990?s=20

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Election 2020: All You Need To Know About Mahama’s Running Mate, Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang

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The National Executive Committee of the NDC universally endorsed Mr. Mahama’s nomination of Professor Opoku-Agyemang as his running mate for the December 2020 election.

The official announcement was made on Monday, 6 July 2020.

Below is all that you need to know about the former vice-chancellor of the University of Cape Coast:

Born on 22 November 1951 in Cape Coast, Ghana, Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang attended Anglican Girls’ Secondary School at Koforidua and Aburi Presby Girls’ School. She then had her secondary education at the Wesley Girls High School in Cape Coast from 1964 to 1971. She completed B.Ed.(Hons) in English and French at the University of Cape Coast in 1977 and obtained her Masters and Doctorate degrees from York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1980 and 1986 respectively.

Professor Opoku-Agyemang taught and worked at the University of Cape Coast, starting in 1986. She has held various academic positions including Head of the Department of English, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Warden of Adehye Hall, Valco Trust Fund Post-Graduate Hostel, and Dean of School of Graduate Studies and Research. From 1997, she has held the position of Academic Director of the School for International Training in the History and Cultures of the African Diaspora. From 2008-2012 she was the University’s Vice-Chancellor. The first female Vice-Chancellor of a public university in Ghana.

In March 2007, she was one of five scholars selected to deliver presentations during the 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.

In October 2009, she was elected Ghana’s representative to the Executive Board of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).

Between February 2013 and January 2017 she served as the Education Minister of Ghana.

On 26 October 2018, she became the Chancellor of the Women’s University in Africa located in Zimbabwe.

She has served on many local and international boards and committees such as the Centre for Democratic Governance, (CDD-Ghana), the Editorial Board of The Harriet Tubman Series on the African Diaspora (Africa World Press Inc. USA), the Africa Initiative in Canada, and the College of Physicians and Surgeons as Eminent Citizen.

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