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Prophet caught doing a 'quickie' with a married woman in the bush

by Staff Reporter
23 October 2013 | 57167 Views
THE Sakubva man who hit the headlines last week after he was filmed being intimate with a married woman in a bush was on Wednesday trapped and caught by his lover's enraged husband after the self-styled prophet called the woman for another quickie out of town.

Simon Neruwana, a prophet with the Zion Church in Sakubva, temporarily migrated to his rural home in Bikita following last week's exposure, avoiding the wrath of Darlington Mutudza, the man whose wife he was caught having sex with.

But on Wednesday on his way back to Mutare, Neruwana, who thought that the tide had subsided, called his lover, told her to dumb her husband and meet him for another session in Zimunya.

Fortunately or unfortunately the call was intercepted by Mutudza who then instructed his wife, Memory, to pretend as if nothing was wrong and agree to meet the prophet in Zimunya as per his request.

The incensed Mutudza, who revealed that he has since forgiven his wife and vowed not to lose her again for the second time, teamed up with friends and trapped the unsuspecting prophet in Zimunya.
As soon as he disembarked from the bus, Neruwana, who was expecting a warmly hug from Memory, was met with an avalanche of fists.

He was dragged into a commuter omnibus and brought to Mutare Central Police Station where Mutudza sought police intervention.
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Source: Manicapost

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