A Harare man is at odds with his wife whom he has sensationally accused of infidelity, claiming that he has caught her red-handed several times with WhatsApp messages exposing her adulter0us behaviour.
According to the H-Metro, 38-year-old Simbarashe Mutarisi is at loggerheads with his wife Isabel whom he claims is a serial cheat.
Speaking to the publication, Mutarisi said that he discovered messages exposing his wife’s infidelity thrice before she broke the phone to destroy the evidence. Following the discovery, Mutarisi now seeks to annul their four-year marriage.
Narrating his story to H-Metro, Simbarashe said he
“It is the third time I caught her cheating on me, but she used to delete messages to avoid misunderstandings with me.
“I used to remain silent when I saw her speaking to the other men, but this time I am depressed and I need a divorce. She is stressing me.
“I have tried to make my relationship work and for the sake of my family. I have been trying to keep it a secret. Now I cannot contain it since my relatives might find me dead because of stress.
“I separated with my first wife and she (Isabel) also divorced her first husband, but I am | regretting being with her since I never found happiness in the marriage.
”I have five children and she has two. We have no children together but I was taking care of all the children.
”She is not appreciating my efforts to maintain another man’s children,” he said.
Mutarisi also added that his efforts to fix his marital dispute with his wife was not fruitful after trying to engage her relatives.
”My marriage is now on the rocks to the extent that I no longer feel ashamed to expose her bad habits since she showed me that she never loved me.
“The reason why I feel it necessary to reveal this is that she is planning to file false accusation in court that I am assaulting her.
“I never assaulted her. My only fights with her are about the phone. She is planning to get me arrested but I never assaulted her. My Lord will save me from that,” added Simbarashe.
Contacted for comment, Isabel said she needs at least two weeks to comment. Although the publication tried to make contact with Isabel after the time period given had elapsed, she could not furnish the publication with finer details.
“It is true that we are having misunderstandings, but I am not ready to say anything about the matter.
“He only told me to move out from his house ndaenda kwa sekuru but I will see when the sun sets. Thank you,” she said.