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….as Gutu man impregnates brother's wife

Kudzai Matava

GUTU – In an act of selfishness and disrespect, a Gutu man cheated with his blood brother's wife before impregnating and infected her with Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) recently.
The cheating wife Olivia, however, left villagers in stitches after she claimed it was her hubby's goblins that were sleeping with her which then infected her with Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs).
William Tarugarira(41) from Mharadze village could have none of that and has since dragged his brother to Chief Gutu's traditional court demanding compensation from his brother Bombright Tarugarira for allegedly impregnating and infecting his wife with STI.
William said they started to have problems with his wife Olivia in 2010 and she started to deny him conjugal rights.
"My wife and I were facing many challenges in our marriage and she denied me conjugal rights. I shared the problem with my young brother Bornbright and he promised to help solving the matter little did I know that the solution was to have sex with my wife," William told TellZim News crew.
William said he only discovered that his wife was pregnant and have an STI after he forced her to go to clinic after her health started to deteriorate. After diagnosed with STI, Olivia allegedly claimed that it was Williams' goblins that infected her with the disease. 
Both Olivia and Bornbright pleaded guilty before Chief Gutu. The case was postponed to next week where Chief Gutu is expected to pass


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