Lady borrows child to guarantee US$1 800 from ex
In a matter that left the Gweru officer court stunned, a Senga lady supposedly acquired a child from her friend, which she used to guarantee US$1 800 from her ex.
This was heard when Naume Chitsa of Senga suburb in Gweru showed up before Gweru judge Ms Beaulity Dube confronting one count of extortion.
Chitsa of Nehosho region in Senga suburb argued not blameworthy. Ms Dube remanded Chitsa to 15 June on free bail. Chitsa is blamed for getting a child kid from a friend and lying that her ex Mr Kevin Dube was the dad, bringing about US$1 800 being paid towards youngster support.
It is the State case that on April 19, 2018, Mr Dube and Chitsa got married for about a month and isolated over the issue of pregnancy. Toward the finish of January 2019, Chitsa called Mr Dube exhorting him that she had considered a child kid and he ought to come to see his kid.
From that day onwards Mr Dube was supposedly supporting the child monetarily yet was reconsidering about the paternity of the youngster. In April 2022, the court heard that Mr Dube called his mom and requested that she meet with Chitsa so she could have a chance to see her grandkid.
Subsequent to seeing the child, Mr Dube’s mom encouraged him to take the youngster for DNA tests to be certain he was the dad. The court heard that Mr Dube quit giving monetary help to Chitsa. Chitsa moved toward the Civil Courts for a support installment.
Mr Dube was gathered to show up in court as a respondent for support. The court heard that before the preliminary date showed up Mr Dube got a call from one Ms Confidence Chikamhi who is Chitsa’s companion who exhorted him that he had been deluded into accepting that he had a child with her.
Ms Chikamhi, the court heard, told Mr Dube that the kid used to guarantee upkeep by Chitsa was hers. Chitsa and Mr Dube met in court on May 5.
Chitsa brought the youngster and Ms Chikamhi was called as an observer. The youngster went to Ms Chikamhi who let the court know that he has a place with her.
Chitsa was captured and the matter moved to the lawbreaker courts for arraignment.
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