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It Was a Plot to Bring Back Lost Lover!

It Was a Plot to Bring Back Lost Lover!

Chitungwiza | According to H-Metro, a Zengeza landlord had been pursuing her tenant’s brother, who she conspired with to stage his death.

Kenny Tore, a 49-year-old renter, was feigned to die by 42-year-old Concilia Tabvunya.

It has come to light that Concilia was engaging in a weird attempt to entice Tenson, Kenny’s brother, who she previously dated, back into her embrace.

During a family meeting to address the subject of the false death, Tenson revealed the affair and the absurd plans.

Tenson remarked, “To be honest, I found out about the fake death first.”

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“I sent someone to see if Kenny had passed away when I smelled a rat.

“Upon his arrival, he was told that Kenny’s body was ferried to a hospital mortuary and I circulated the death message to our in-laws, family members and my mother’s relatives.

“I was in Shamva that day but I suspected that Concilia had faked this since she was looking for me.”

He added:

“Takambodanana tikakonana saka ndanga ndisisawanike.

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“It is true that Kenny works for me and I failed to pay him part of his salary because he used to squander it drinking alcohol.

“Ndini ndaipa landlady wake rent yake pese paaibhadhara pacho saka mwedzi mitatu iyi ndipo patanga takonana naConcilia.

“I do not owe Kenny US$800 but a hundred dollars only,” said Tenson.

He added:

“I am the one who took Kenny from the rural areas to Harare.

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“I facilitated his employment at my former workplace until he left.”

Concilia denied dating Tenson describing him as too poor to support two wives.

“He lied to his family,” said Concilia.

“Anotorojawo haana imba, haana mari saka anoiwanepi yekuchengeta vakadzi vaviri?

“I no longer want Kenny at my house they must help him to look for alternative accommodation,” she said.

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She added:

“I deliberately ignored their call to meet me because they are too poor to settle the rentals and unpaid bills.”

Tore family spokesperson, Yasini Dhala, told H-Metro that they have agreed to settle Kenny’s rentals as well as acquire a welding machine for him to start his own business.

“We apologise to our family members, H-Metro readers, including our in-laws, for the circulation of fake death,” said Yasini.

“We held a family meeting and agreed to settle the rentals and bills.

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“One of our sisters, based outside the country, promised to buy a welding machine for him as well.

“The faking of death affected us a lot than what those involved in the matter ever anticipated and we did not take it lightly.

“We expect people, especially the elderly, to respect the sanctity of life and observe our traditional norms,” said Yasini.

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