Tuesday, January 28, 2014

CIO agent ran for dear life after being caught bonking a married woman

Sibongile Gonde being assisted by her sister to walk
A CENTRAL Intelligence Organisation (CIO) agent fled from a house in Plumtree after being caught having a nice time with a married woman.Kudakwashe Muti, who is the Divisional Intelligence Officer (DIO) in charge of Plumtree, fled in his car over the weekend leaving his           lover at the mercy of her enraged husband.
Norman Mlambo, who lives separately from his wife, Sibongile Gonde, walked in on her and found her wrapped in the arms of Muti.
She was left nursing injuries after Mlambo battered her.
This emerged as Mlambo appeared in court yesterday charged with assault. Gonde and her husband exchanged harsh words just outside the Plumtree Magistrates’ Court yesterday, in full view of court officials and journalists.
Gonde, who was seen with facial injuries, was being assisted by her sister to walk.
“You had no right to beat me up just because you found me with another man while in my own house and not yours. After all we are on separation, so what I do with other men does not concern you,” she yelled at Mlambo.
“Right now, I am injured. How will I sustain myself if I can hardly walk to work? I will come to your house and stay with you and the other wife that you have right now because I cannot starve to death because of your actions.”
Mlambo shot back: “I had every right to beat you up because you are still my wife. We’re not divorced as we’re just living in separation, and  if I see you with your boyfriends I will definitely discipline you.”
Prosecutors say on January 25, Mlambo arrived at his wife’s house in the Mathendele area shortly after 11PM and found her canoodling with another man.
He flew into a rage and hit her several times all over the body with booted feet and fists. Mlambo, who has a child with Gonde, was remanded to February 4 on free bail.
Source: Chronicle

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