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Man withdraws case against girlfriend

Wed, 24 September 2014 22:31
by Nangula Hambuda
Courts

A Katutura resident, Petrus Damaseb, had a change of heart and withdrew an assault case he had opened against his girlfriend, Helena Mbongo – because she is the family’s breadwinner.
In the case, Mbongo allegedly stabbed Damaseb with a knife, but he withdrew the case last week so she could care for him as well as her children.  
The children, who Mbongo bore from her previous relationship have been absconding from school, Damaseb told the court.    
The unemployed Damaseb nonchalantly informed the court that Mbongo is the bread winner and things have not been the same since her arrest