Arron Nyamayaro

A CHURCH priest’s son is being accused of selling his girlfriend’s car to raise money to pay lobola for another woman.

Blessing Manyange broke his lover Charity Madare’s heart by selling her Honda Fit she had given him to make his errands.

Blessing used the money he raised from the sale of the car to pay lobola for his other girlfriend, Petronella.

Irked by the move, Charity confronted Blessing and demanded to get back everything she had given her unfaithful lover.

Blessing’s father is Bethsaida Apostolic church priest, Fungayi Manyange.

He met Charity to discuss the case and he promised to pay her back money equivalent to the value of her car in instalments.

Blessing confirmed selling Charity’s vehicle and said she was now forcing him to repay everything he had benefited from her during their love affair.

“I sold Charity’s vehicle and used the money,” said Blessing.

“She was disturbed when I separated from her and is now demanding every dollar she gave me, including that vehicle.

“She went on to confront my parents and my father agreed with her to pay the amount equivalent to the value of the vehicle.

“She threatened to expose me in front of the congregation since my father is a church priest and I decided to leave the congregation because of her threats.

“She once posted a message on social media and I warned her that I would take legal action against her if she continued tarnishing my image.

Arikuda kuti ndidzose mari dzose dzaaindibatsira nadzo,” said Blessing.

He was in the company of the woman he married, using proceeds from the car sale, during the interview.

Charity told H-Metro that Blessing’s father paid “a few dollars” as part of the settlement of the issue.

“What Blessing did to me is cruel and far from what we expect of a priest’s son,” said Charity.

Kutengesa mota yandakamuti imbowana chekufambisa kuti anoroora mumwe mukadzi.

“His father signed a document promising to pay something every month but he has kept quiet after he paid a few dollars towards the value of the vehicle.

“Priest Manyange vakabvumirana nemudzimai wavo kuti vanobhadhara asi iyezvino vanyarara.”

Priest Manyange told H-Metro that he committed himself to paying the money.

“We had to intervene as parents because we saw it was bad for Blessing and Charity to continue meeting and quarrelling about their differences,” said Priest Manyange.

“We agreed on part payments and signed a document in the presence of Charity’s uncle.

“I have been facing financial problems since the introduction of ZIG notes and that is why I failed to honour the monthly payments as promised,” said Priest Manyange.

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