Man dumps girlfriend over phone sex

joseph Sikindo (30) decided to end his relationship with his baby mother of seven years, Maria Neromba (26) last week after he caught her having phone sex via text messages with a boy in Sauyemwa, Rundu.  
This came after the couple, who has been cohabiting for the last three years and has a two-year old son, got into a heated argument over the situation.
Sikindo said he could not take it anymore and decided to pull the plug on the relationship.
“How do you have sex with another man over the phone while sleeping next to your man? She’s very sick. It is a very embarrassing situation to tell your friends,” said Sikindo.
He said he read the messages after he grabbed the phone from her in the early morning hours and saw all the intimate messages.
“It is a very painful thing to experience. I spoke to her mother and she agreed we should end the relationship. It might sound funny to some people but they’d know if they were in my shoes,” said Sikindo who will be graduating from Rundu Vocational Training Centre this year.
He also said the couple is always getting into an argument because Neromba constantly keeps stealing credit from his phone.
“We live together but she keeps stealing from me. She’d take my phone and send credit to her phone. This happens all the time, at the beginning I didn’t have a problem with it then but it got worse,” said Sikindo.
 Neromba denied having phone sex with another man.
“He is stupid. I don’t even know how to have phone sex. Did you really believe him? He thinks I’m also dating a school boy that I’m always sending his credit to. He’s very jealous over nothing most of the times. He should have told you everything,” said Neromba.
She said he accuses her of having text message sex with everyone while sleeping next to him.  
“He says I’m always having phone sex with other men and would insist to go through my phone and read my messages. And when I refuse to give him the phone, we’d end up fighting,” Neromba said.
She denied having any late night secret phone conversation with men, saying Sikindo was insecure.
“He is insecure and paranoid. What will a woman of my age do with a school boy? I don’t depend on him. I’m independent,” said Neromba.
She said she was glad it was over and plans on coming back to Windhoek and continue with her studies at the University of Namibia.