A woman who has two husbands and lives happily with them under the same roof has said she did not use any charm on them.
A woman who has been living with two husbands under one roof for the past six years has left many baffled. The incident happened in Zimbabwe.
According to H-metro, Mai Svova, who made Kephas Takawira, 40, and Tambudziko Svova,60, live together peacefully sharing one stove and wife, dismissed claims she uses love potions.
Mai Svova, he husband (Svova) of 15 years’ role is to provide food since he is gainfully employed while the unemployed Kephas gives her kids. “Ndiri manjenje ganda revasikana totem, I strongly believe in Christianity that I do not use love potions to make my two husbands live peacefully,’ she said.
“My first husband is the one who helps the family financially since the second one is still to get a job after he lost one. I married the second since my first husband is infertile to give me children and we discussed about it amicably. He asked me to take his nephew secretly to bear children with me but I refused because he was younger than me.
“Svova allowed me to look for another man to bear children behind his back and that is how I started dating Kephas. Svova had a daughter with another wife when he married me and Kephas dated this daughter behind my back since we are neighbours.
“I confronted him over it and he promised to stop dating her on condition that I disclose our illicit affair to Svova and this is how it came to light. I have two children with Kephas although Svova’s relatives believe that he is the father of the children. My neighbours were irked by the developments that at one time they wanted Svova to attack Kephas promising him support and the incident ended at Epworth police station where we received counselling,” she said.
She revealed that her relatives are aware of her polygamous marriage and has plans to help Kephas financially in order to pay part of lobola since he is unemployed.
Kepahs confirmed living peacefully with Svova saying he prepares food for Svova during mai Tafadzwa’s absence.
“We are living peacefully with Svova and whenever our wife is away I prepare food for Svova and when the wife is with me for some days Svova shares a bed with our elder child,’ said Kephas.
“Our neighbours are shocked about it but we are not moved by it and we wonder why this story delayed to reach you guys because this has been the situation for some years,” said Kephas.