Wife Promises To Deal With Husband For Breaking His Heart
Kainos Taruvinga, a medical doctor, who has sorted for every means to tell his ex-wife that their relationship was over, took to a plan to end the relationship, which is “hiring” aspiring boyfriends to propose to her in order to shift her focus off him.
The method that was employed by Taruvinga was able to distance himself from his ex-wife, Chai, reports Zimbabwe’s B Metro on Friday.
The relationship between Taruvinga and Chai started off on a patient-doctor note, before they decided to date and the affair ended up in them getting married.
Things did not go as planned as they both realised that they were not perfect for each other. This forced Taruvinga to move out of the house, leaving Chai with their two-month-old child in 2016.
Taruvinga wanted nothing to do with Chai and stopped looking after their daughter.
B-Metro caught up with Chai who said that she felt Taruvinga took advantage of her situation and Taruvinga’s friends had alerted her that he was now sending them to ask her out.
“I understand that now Taruvinga is sending men to ask me out. I don’t know the reason behind all this. All l want from him is to pay for wasting my time and dumping me with his daughter. He will not get away with this. I am really hurt.”
Chai, she believes Taruvinga planned all this drama because the time their second child died, they buried him on their own without any family members, meaning he did not want her known to his family.
Taruvinga denied all the allegations saying that he even paid lobola (bride-price) but it was Chai’s traumatic behaviour that forced him to leave her before it was too late.
“I don’t know what Chai is talking about. I left because I was afraid she will end up killing herself as she was threatening to kill herself. Even some of her family members advised me to leave her because she has been violent ever since,” he said.
“I am not sending any men to her. I moved on with my life, I don’t care what she is doing. As I speak l gave her US$150 last week to help maintain our daughter,” he concluded.