Bitter Married Woman Holds Mock Funeral For Ex-Lover
A married woman from Bulawayo raised eyebrows in the community recently, when she held a mock funeral for her adulterous ex-lover.
Judy Takanai from Barbourfields suburb had previously been involved in an adulterous affair with Vushe Marime, a nurse at Mpilo Central Hospital. The illicit affair between the two did not end well, and it seems that Judy is still harbouring some resentment.
When Judy learned that Marime’s household property had been attached by the messenger of court she celebrated wildly and even bought a coffin and inscribed it with his name. She unashamedly paraded the coffin around the Mzilikazi suburb saying that it marked the end of her former lover. The coffin was inscribed,
“Rest in Hell Vushe Marime, totally knocked out”.
Curiously, however, Marime’s property was attached by the messenger of court after he lost a court case to Judy’s husband Claudio Takanai.
When Claudio learned that his wife was in an adulterous affair with Marime, he dragged the latter to court demanding US$10,000 in adulterous damages. He also sensationally claimed that Vushe had been pressuring Judy to kill him so that the two could enjoy their illicit relationship in peace.
Claudio, however, talked things through with his cheating wife and forgave her.
Marime tried to fight the lawsuit, alleging that it was a deliberate ploy by husband and wife to extort money from him.
He lost the case and was ordered to compensate Claudio for bedding his wife. Marime was also ordered to pay the legal costs incurred by Claudio. The cheating nurse was ordered to pay $28,000 in total.
After failing to pay the adultery damages and legal costs, Claudio applied for a writ of execution which saw the messenger of court attaching Marime’s household property.
The messenger of court attached property which includes a four-plate Defy stove, five-piece kitchen suite, Samsung bar fridge, KIC fridge, one brown coffee table and 5kg gas cylinder stove.
Following the attachment of the property, Judy said that she was celebrating her husband’s victory over her former lover. She told B-Metro,
“Marime offended my husband when he wanted to withdraw the lawsuit when he said it was a ploy to extort money from him. When we were still dating, he ordered me to kill my husband so that he could remain the only man in my life.
“He volunteered to organise some injections for me which I could use to kill my unsuspecting husband and that is when I dumped him. We, however, incurred legal costs which he was made to pay and he failed leading to his property being attached by the Messenger of Court. He is supposed to pay about $28 300 excluding storage costs,” said Judy.
Marime’s wife, Calister Hapanyengwi, tried to block the attachment of the household property by filing an inter-pleader application in which she claimed that the property in question belonged to her and not to her husband. She also claimed that she had misplaced the receipts.
However, Calister’s sister Sharon also filed another inter-pleader application in which she claimed that the property in question was also hers. She claimed that she had loaned it to her sister and brother-in-law when they got married and argued that it should not be attached.
The presiding magistrate dismissed both applications after noting that they were contradictory. Magistrate Tinashe Tashaya ruled,
“In light of the two conflicting affidavits, one then wonders who between the two is really the owner of the property. The inference to be drawn is that these two have colluded in order to deprive respondent of his judgment debt. It is on these premises that the application for stay of execution is dismissed.”
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