Cleodine Chadambura a nurse from Zimbabwe is reported to have drank a rat poison and threatened to throw herself in front of oncoming vehicles after her husband Timothy Chinembiri failed to explain why he put his photograph with his lover identified as Pamela on his WhatsApp profile picture.
News source revealed that:
“Timothy went to watch CAPS United versus Chapungu in Gweru with Pamela and the latter celebrated the win by having sex with several men,” said the source.
“Timothy was the last to have sex with Pamela popularly known as More blessing and only God knows where they slept that day.
Other supporters refused to board the hired bus with the two fearing mishaps on the way because of their promiscuity, anofarisa mukadzi iyeye zvekubvisa bhurugwa pane varume,” added the source.
Timothy confirmed his illicit affair with Pamela and posting his photograph on his WhatsApp profile picture saying it nearly killed his wife, Cleodine.
“Mmmmm mudhra nyaya iyoyo itomboimirai zvenyu; my wife nearly died after she downed rat poison over the photographs, muripi ndiuye kuzokuudzai zvizere,” said the husband.
Cleodine said the incident saying she was admitted at the hospital during the night.
“I did not down the rat poison but I only threatened to commit suicide on the road since I was disturbed by what my husband did,” said Cleodine.
“On admission at Parirenyatwa, I escaped during the night since I was faking and I slept in Harare Gardens, BP yanga yakwira and I was confused.
“Timothy spent money meant for the preparation for our coming baby with Pamela in Gweru and what disturbed me much was to hear that this lady celebrated her team’s victory by having sex with several men including my husband.
“Hanzi anoshandisa ropa rekumwedzi kudyisa varume vaanorara navo so I am still disturbed by that and to prove this true my husband is no longer coming home and the lady is bragging that she has won my husband’s heart for good.
Contacted for comment Pamela could neither confirm nor deny the allegations saying she does not talk to strangers.
“Sorry I do not talk to strangers,” she aded.