A married man has been left heartbroken after he caught his own wife having s*x with a married neighbour having s*x inside a bush.
Nonkangelo Mantambo, a Zimbabwean woman from the village of Ntabazinduna, has been reportedly banished from the community after her husband caught her in the act with another villager in a bushy area.
The husband, Fetie Mbele, suffered a double blow.
According to B-Metro, after catching his wife Nonkangelo Mantambo having s*x with Ngwenya, he almost lost his genitals after being hit by the woman who was saving her boyfriend.
Mbele got injured and is now using a catheter to pass urine.
The village head, Chief Ndiweni confirmed the reports.
“Mantambo was taken back to her rural home in Inyathi after a trial of three weeks. It was after she had been caught in the act with another married villager and the court considering that it was not her first time to be involved in promiscuity issues, the court saw it fit that she should be taken back to her home.” he said
Chief Ndiweni revealed that Mbele was the one who reported the matter. Despite advising him to deal with the issue privately, he refused calling for the chief’s ruling.
“Mbele caught his wife in the act with another villager Ngwenya when he was looking for his goats. He chased after the man and when he was fighting his rival, the woman strangled him and attacked his manhood.
“Ngwenya then managed to escape since Mbele had been injured and he later reported the matter leading to its trial.
“In the ruling, Ngwenya was fined $500 and as for Mantambo it was agreed that she should be taken back to her home so that her family could give her some marriage teachings,” he said.
Mbele was reportedly happy with the ruling and the elders made it clear to him that if he still loved the woman he was going to follow her and they reunite again.
Two weeks after the ruling, the Chief’s police discovered that Mantambo was still in the village and they forcibly took her to her village in Inyathi.
Mantambo claims that she was forced to turn elsewhere for help as her husband became impotent 10 years ago.
Mbele who is still nursing injuries said he knows he is lacking but deserved better treatment from his wife.
“It was really sad and I know my shortcomings, but this woman should have played her games far away from me,” he said.
However, Mantambo is back at her homestead after a group of women demonstrated against the ruling and brought her back to the village.
THE Nigerian Navy, Friday inaugurated the course 1 2017 on the Naval War College, Ubima in Rivers State declaring that the service is now, more than ever before focused on various operations at combating criminalities and illegal activities in the nation`s maritime domain. Minister of Defense, Mansur Dan-Ali who inaugurated the course said these efforts have resulted in docking of many capital ships with others benefitting from extensive refit and major overhauls of machinery and equipment.
Speaking while inaugurating the Course 1 of the Naval War College Nigeria, Friday at Ubima, the Minister pointed to the expansion of the Nigerian Navy fleet by injection of new platforms through a programme of fleet recapitalization.
He said that the courses of study of the War College are envisaged to support the objective of the Nigerian Navy training efforts, which according to him “is to enhance the capability of the naval officers to make sound decisions in both command and management positions”.“To do this, the college is programmed to emphasise intellectual development and academic excellence. It has been tasked to develop senior naval leaders and equivalents from other services as operational level commanders with thorough appreciation of complex national security problems who are prepared to make sound decisions in the application of maritime force as a policy option”, Dan-Ali stated. He charged the course participants; “Today, your start is a humble beginning, but so is always with things of great future and prospects.
However, I enjoin you not to miss the significance, which is the fact that we are stepping into another realm in the efforts to keep with the traditions and vision first established by our founding fathers”. He added; “It is important to stress that success in this environment requires much more than tactical competence, it requires judicious anddecntralised employment of that competence at all levels; tactically, operationally and strategically. And the key enabler of the decntralised employment is knowledge. It is for the purpose of advancing this knowledge that you have been gathered here”. In his remarks, the Chief of Naval Staff (CNS), Rear Admiral Ibok Ekwe Ibasi said that because of the strategic location of Nigeria as a coastal country and importance of her maritime domain, huge economic activities are attracted to her territory in addition to the negative criminal activities the consequences of such activities. The CNS state; “The implication of all these is that Nigeria maritime environment is strategic to her survival and prosperity of her citizens and the sustenance of our pre-eminence in the comity of nations”.
“It is however, regrettable that the status of her maritime as the economic hub of the sub region has also brought about the unintended consequences of attracting criminals in the mix”, he added identifying the challenges to include piracy, sea robbery, kidnapping for ransom, crude oil theft and illegal bunkering, unregulated, unreported and illegal fishing, trafficking in humans, small arms and illicit drugs, sabotage of oil and gas infrastructure. He stated further; ”It must also be considered as grave implication that several security challenges on ground are fueled by proliferation of small arms and light weapons most of which are illegally imported or smuggled through the sea or the adjourning creeks.
Collectively these threats pose serious security and economic challenges to the nation, Nigerian Navy and other security agencies”. “As a proactive measure towards addressing the trend, the naval command has continually reviewed the adopted operational concept towards efficient resource utilisation and protection of maritime
Activities. Gladly these initiative has substantially, reduced the menace of piracy and sea robbery as well as remarkable containment of crude oil theft and activities of illegal refiners”.
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Meanwhile, few days ago, 12th of July to be precise, The Pana Singer gave one of his fans half a million naira.
The ‘Pana’ crooner fulfilled his promise by awarding a Twitter fan with the sum of 500 thousand Naira.
He had made the announcement on Wednesday that he would be giving half a million Naira to a lucky person which he would pick at random.
Minister for Information, Lai Mohammed, who gave the warning yesterday in Jos, Plateau State at the opening ceremony of an extra-ordinary meeting of the National Council on Information, feared that hate speech and disinformation as seen in Nigeria today were capable of destabilising the system, inciting people to violence and weakening the people’s confidence in their government.
According to him, “If you tune into many radio stations today, you will be shocked by the things being said, the careless incitement to violence and the level of insensitivity to the multi-religious, multi-ethnic nature of our country. And unfortunately, even the hosts of such radio programmes do little or nothing to stop them.
Oftentimes, they are willing collaborators of hate speech campaigners. This must not be allowed to continue because it is detrimental to the unity and well-being of our country.” He recalled the quantum of hate speech directed at President Muhammadu Buhari as the candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) during the last electioneering campaign, noting that “never in the history of electioneering campaign in Nigeria has such a quantum of hate speech been directed at any candidate.” Mohammed continued:
“This did not stop even when he won the election and became President. For instance, the President had hardly left Nigeria for his vacation in London on 19 January 2017, during which he said he would have routine medical check- up, when these hate and fake news campaigners circulated the news that he had died. Between then and now, they have repeated similar fake news times without number.
“Nigeria is a country of ethnic and religious diversity. That should be a source of strength, if the fault lines are not deliberately being exposed and exploited by those who are bent on setting the people against themselves, using their new-found tools of hate speech,
disinformation and fake news. “This dangerous trend is threatening the very foundation of national unity, and that it was daily pushing the nation close to the precipice, perhaps more than at any other time since the end of the civil war.” He however said that acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, was engaging with all stakeholders to defuse the tension caused by these tendencies, adding that his efforts had gone a long way in calming frayed nerves, especially in the aftermath of the attacks and counter-attacks by various groups across the country.
Appealing to the traditional media to show responsibility by repudiating the freewheeling and out-of-control purveyors of hate speech, disinformation and fake news, the minister said that as a follow-up to the efforts of the Acting President, the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture was planning a series of engagements with the media, to educate and sensitise them to the dangers posed to the unity of the country by hate speech, disinformation and fake news.
While observing that even a section of the traditional media now help the hate campaigners by lifting their unverified or distorted news and dumping such on their readers, he lamented: “If you pick up copies of some newspapers, you will think the government of the day is doing nothing at all to alleviate the sufferings of the people, occasioned by the economic downturn.
“They ignore any positive actions of government, and instead focus on anything that will make the government look bad. Instead of reporting the news freely and fairly, they have constituted themselves to an opposition bloc.”
“It is only because we have a peaceful country that we have journalists, doctors, teachers, lawyers, etc all practicing their trade. If we allow our country to be plunged into crisis just because of the antics of an irresponsible few, neither the journalists nor any other professionals will be able to practice their profession. This is the blunt truth. We all have a stake in this country; hence we must not allow hate campaigners and purveyors of fake news and disinformation to drag the country down with them."