Lack of sex power costs man marriage, fined K15, 000

Written by on July 18, 2019



A Lusaka couple has ended its marriage in a Lusaka local court after the wife complained that her husband was weak in bed

This is in a case in which Mary Muzimina, 46 a business woman of 6 miles sued her husband, Dennis Muzimina, 51, for divorce.

The two got married in 2000 and have two children.

Mary told Senior Court Magistrate Pauline Newa at Matero Local Court that last year she came to court and Muzimina said she should come back home.

She explained that she was shocked to learn that Muzimina has no power in bed when they reconciled though he slept at his girlfriend the previous night.

“Muzimina just brings K200 when he gets paid it was only on Christmas last year when he brought K600 and slept out and came in February this year,’’ said Mary.

In defence, Muzimina said that problems started in 2014 because whenever he wanted to make love to Mary she would refuse and claimed she did have sexual feelings which prompted him to live for two years without sex.

He explained that after a year Mary sued him for reconciliation and that after they reconciled he was shocked to find that he had no bed power.

Muzimina explained every prophet he went to told him that it was Mary who caused him to have no power in bed each time had wanted to have sex with her.

 “I was shocked on two occasions I found semen on the beddings I even told Mary that there are men who make love to her well because I have never produced such big amount of semen before,’’ said Muzimina.

In submission, Mary said that she wanted a divorce and Muzimina said that let Mary’s wish be done.

The court said that there was lack of communication and trust because Muzimina has a woman where he went but claims he was  not active in bed but why have another woman.

The court said that since both them wanted divorce it allowed the application and ordered Muzimina to compensate Mary with K15, 000 with an initial payment of K1,000 followed by monthly installments of K450.

Property acquired together to be shared equally. 

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