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Mwenezi businessman caught naked, demanding sex from younger brother’s wife

Cephas Shava

MWENEZI – A prominent Mwenezi businessman with several retail and a fleet of kombis to his name was caught in the middle of the night, holding a gun in one hand and his erect manhood in the other, demanding sex from his younger brother’s wife.
The weird incident was heard last week in the Mwenezi Magistrates’ Court during the trial of businessman Prosper Muchina (40) of Situpa village under chief Mazetese.
Muchina owns several shops, some of them at Mlelezi business centre.
He pleaded not guilty to charges of unlawful entry into premises when he appeared before Magistrate Honest Musiiwa.
The complainant Sithembeni Ndlovu (24), who is married to Muchina’s younger brother, however, insisted Muchina got into her house naked and demanded to have sex with her.
She said, on the day in question, Muchina was aware that her husband was away as he had earlier on enquired about it.
“I was fast asleep when I was awakened by the opening of the door in the middle of the night. Everything was very clear because the lights were on. I saw Muchina, who was only wearing a shirt without trousers, holding his erect penis with one hand and a gun with the other, advancing towards me saying he wanted to have sex with me. I immediately screamed for help,” said Ndlovu.
Two other women who were sleeping in another room testified that they were awakened by the screams and they clearly saw Muchina fleeing while stark naked.
It is the State’s case that on May 19 at around 02:00 hrs, in Situpa village under Chief Mazetese, Muchina went to the complainant’s homestead, where he opened the unlocked door and entered Ndlovu’s bedroom.
He showed his erect penis to the complainant while demanding sex from her at the same time.
The frightened Ndlovu then screamed for help and the accused fled. While bolting, Muchina was also seen by two other women who had been awakened by the complainant’s screams. A police report was made leading to Muchina’s arrest.
The matter was postponed to a later date for continuation of trial with Willard Chasi appearing for the State.court

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