A Ndola man was sued by his wife with whom he has been married for seven years and has two children. She wanted the Court to reconcile them and she did not understand why her husband decided to divorce her and make her maid his wife.
She told the court that she loved her husband very much and never believed why he could do such a thing.
When the Court asked the man what he had to say in response to his wife’s position, the Man categorically told the court that he was not going to change his mind as his decision was final.
He went on to tell the court that he had enough of his wife, who was too lazy to do housework, leaving the maid to do everything.
Twice the Elders had sat them down to try and help things out, but there had been no change.
All the wife did at home was busy giving instructions to her maid while she sat down to carry the phone.
In addition, the husband told the court that even on the weekends when he was not working, his wife would never bother to cook his favorite foods as she used to do in the early days of their marriage, but would take care to prepare to attend. . Cooking party committees, getting drunk in some cases, something he never used to do in the past.
The husband went further and asked the court to look carefully at his wife’s long fingernails if that kind of woman could really do housework. So, as far as he was concerned, the maid would now be his wife, as she was asked to do everything at home, including taking care of the children.
The marriage was dissolved because the Court did not have much to do.
Identify where the problem was?
Who was wrong in this matter?
Did the man really make the right decision?
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