Gokwe Man Takes Over Father’s Second Wife

 

A Gokwe man has shocked his community after he “took over” his late father’s second wife and started an intimate relationship with her.

Killen Majaji and his late father’s second wife Plackie Duma have horrified their local community with their illicit love affair. Under African tradition as well as Christianity it is taboo for a father and son to sleep with the same woman.

The pair’s illicit affair was exposed by Majaji’s wife who was not amused by her mother-in-law’s shenanigans. She is reported to have become incensed since her husband was now neglecting her preferring to be with his ‘mother.’

A source who spoke to weekly publication B-Metro said,

“Majaji’s wife, who felt that her mother-in-law had no right to sleep with her son, confronted her leading to a misunderstanding. Incensed that she had been exposed and in a bid to fix her, Duma went to the police and filed a false assault report leading to the arrest of Majaji’s wife.

“Investigations by police officers later established that Duma had lied against Majaji’s wife.

“It was also after some villagers notified the police that Duma acted out of bitterness that Majaji’s wife had confronted her over the incestuous affair.”

The matter was reported at traditional leader Chief Nemangwe’s court. The two are supposed to appear at the traditional court to answer to charges of incest.

“I heard about the issue and I have summoned the two-Killen Majaji and Plackie Duma to appear before my court. It is taboo for someone to sleep with his father’s wife and we do not accept that in our culture.

“The matter came to my attention after Majaji who is reportedly on the run assaulted his wife for revealing the incestuous relationship,” he said.

The matter is still pending at the courts.

 


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