25 January 2017
A CITY woman alleged that her husband chased her away to pave way for his new lover.
Pamhidzai Shonga said her husband Edmore Madzagada threw her belongings out of their matrimonial house forcing her to leave inorder for him to move in with his new wife.
“My husband threw my belongings out of the house on December 15 last year and he dragged me out of the house forcing me to leave to pave way for his new wife.
“When we were staying together he used to beat me up the presence of our minor child.
“He has taken in another woman and they are staying together right now,” she said.
Pamhidzai revealed this when she was making an application for protection order against Edmore at the civil court.
In response, Edmore denied the accusations.
“I am opposed to her application because she was not chased away from the house but she decided to leave own her own and their relatives are aware of this.
“It is true that I am married but Pamhidzai has been visiting my house causing commotion.
“I am the one who is supposed to be making this application because the applicant is the one who comes to my house to cause commotion.
“I have no problem if this application is to be granted but I will have no problems if each one of us is ordered to stay at their houses without disturbing each other’s peace,” said Edmore.
Presiding magistrate Yeukai Dzuda granted the application for protection order in Pamhidzai’s favour and Edmore was ordered to observe peace with her all the time.