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Pakistani disappears from marriage


by Linekela Halwoodi
Courts

 

A Windhoek-based accountant Eza Nadeem nee Jacobs once married to a Pakistan national, Mehmood Nadeem, has filed for divorce after her husband’s unceremonious disappearance to his home country.  

She appeared alone at the Windhoek High Court last week for the continuity of the divorce, requesting that she be granted the divorce on the basis of being relieved from her marital status, following her husband`s absence of close to two years.  Mehmood Nadeem’s full particulars and whereabouts are presently unknown to the court.

Mehmood and Ezan tied knots on 14 May, 2007 at the Windhoek Magistrate Court in community of property and in November 2009 Mehmood left the country for Pakistan without informing her about his departure.

Ezan claims that Mehmood intentionally married her legally with the motive of becoming a Namibian citizen and that he was not in love with her but made her believe that he was. 

There have been no children born in their marital relationship and V-Metro could also not locate the Pakistani as it sought answers to what might have happened to her husband, be it floods or suicide bombs.