A KITWE wife has lifted the lid off a secret affair her sister had with her husband. Austin Munzango, 68, told the Ganerton Local Court that last June, his sister-in-law, Charity who is Pupe’s wife, called him and informed him that his wife was having an affair with her husband. Muzango said he had been suspicious of Ronald Pupe, his brother-in-marriage, because he was sending text messages to his wife as early as 06:00 hours and that starred at his wife in a seductive manner. Muzango was testifying in a case in which he sued Pupe for adultery.
The two men married two blood sisters. He testified that Pupe would also buy beer for his wife without having regards of him and his wife. He told the court that Charity also informed him that the pregnancy his wife was carrying at that time was also for her husband. Munzango said the things that his sister-in-law told him made him confirm his suspicions that Pupe was having an affair with his wife.
“I have always suspected that Pupe was having an affair with my wife because he admires her and I know he wishes that he was the one that married my wife,” he said. But Pupe denied the allegations that he committed adultery with his wife’s sister and told the court that he respects his sister-in-law and would never think of having an affair with her. And when Pupe’s wife, Charity was called to testify she denied that she did not tell her brother-inlaw that her husband was having an affair with his wife. Ganerton Senior Presiding m a g i s t r a t e N s a m a B a n d a adjourned the case to Janu