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Husband agonises over infidelity
A 47 year-old Monarch man claims he has been shuttling between the customary court, church leaders and relatives for the past six months because his wife of over 20 years is sleeping around despite the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Kenneth Maleho, who expressed fear of the deadly epidemic, told the Monarch Customary Court on Monday that the mother of his four children has also turned into an alcoholic and was neglecting the family. He said that his wife Bonang Setime only shows up at the house in the morning. He said efforts to prevent her from moving around at night and drinking have been fruitless.
The court ordered Setime to pack her belongings and find another place where she would have time to do as she pleases. But on Tuesday, Setime came back home, entered the bedroom and refused to leave saying that she has been ordered by the Francistown District Commissioner to stay put.
'I was shocked because she just passed me chatting with the landlord and proceeded to the bedroom. When I asked her as to whether she had come to collect her belongings as ordered by the court, Setime went berserk and said she was told to come back home by the DC and the presiding officer who handled our case,' said Maleho who is a born again Christian.
He revealed that he could not enter any negotiation in regard to their relationship because his wife has never changed her behaviour even when the elders and the family intervened.
'I tried my level best because I loved this woman. The final blow was when she quit the church and stole the two rings, which I bought for our wedding. She even harasses the neighbours and the kids when she comes at night,' said Maleho adding that their 17 year-old son was really worried about his mother.
Deputy court president Israel Kgosi who tried to reconcile the couple in vain said they must appear again with their relatives in two weeks time so that the issue could be resolved. He however expressed concern about the behaviour of Setime in this dangerous era of HIV/AIDS. He said it was a pity that she was breaking her marriage just because of alcohol and friends.
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