Delight Kabiseni, Court Reporter
A CITY woman dragged her husband to court claiming $200 for the upkeep of their minor child.
Enia Lunchwan accused her husband Irvine Mudarikwa of neglecting his child’s welfare yet owns a tuckshop.
“Your Worship I want $200 for the upkeep of our minor child.
“I am not employed but he is a vendor and also own owns a tuckshop.
“I was at his house last Sunday and the tuckshop is still operating,” said Lunchwan.
Lunchwan told the court that Mudarikwa has other children.
“I am aware that he has two children and a wife,” she said.
Mudarikwa told the court that he will pay $15 per month.
“I will pay $15 for the upkeep of our minor child.
“I am a vendor in town and the tuckshop she is talking about has since closed,” he said.
Presiding magistrate Shelah Nazombe told Mudarikwa that his offer was not reasonable and order him to pay $70 per month.