A woman and her son have made the unthinkable that they are in love with each other. And now, they want to get married since the mother is six months pregnant and is waiting for her son’s child.
Mbereko (40), who became a widow 12 years ago, cohabited with her first child, Farai Mbereko (23). She says that she is six months pregnant and has decided that it is better to marry her son because she does not want to marry the younger brothers of her late husband, that she says lust .
Betty stunned a village court last week when she said the deal with her son had started three years earlier. She said, after spending a lot of money to send Farai to school after the death of her husband, she was entitled to her money and no other woman was entitled to her son.
"Listen, I have been striving alone to send my son to school and no one has helped me. Now you see that my son is working and you blame me for doing something wrong. Let me savor the products of my sweat, ?? she told the village court.
Farai said he was more than willing to marry his mother and pay off ilobola’s balance, which his father did not pay to his grandparents. I know my father died before he finished paying the bride price and I’m willing to pay, he says.
It’s better to let people know what’s going on. People need to know that I am the one who put my pregnant mother. Otherwise, they will accuse him of promiscuity.
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But local chief Nathan Mptrwa says: We can not allow this to happen in our village. In the past, they must be killed, but today we can not do it because we are afraid of the police. He warns them to break their marriage or leave the village. They chose the latter and left the village for an unknown destination.
Nsanzimana Ernest ni Umwanditsi mukuru w’Ikinyamakuru Umuryango. Yatangiye gukorera iki kinyamakuru muri Nzeli 2016, afite Impamyabumenyi y’Icyiciro cya Kabiri cya Kaminuza (A0) mu Itangazamakuru n’Itumanaho yakuye muri Kaminuza y’u Rwanda Ishuri ry’ itangazamakuru n’ itumanaho