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Harare lawyer caught pants down

By Arron Nyamayaro

A Harare lawyer was forced to pledge US$ 50 000 after he was caught pants down with a married woman in Kuwadzana 3 following a tip-off.

Norman Bvekwa of Bvekwa Legal Practitioners
Norman Bvekwa of Bvekwa Legal Practitioners

Norman Bvekwa of Bvekwa Legal Practitioners was caught between the sheets with Shingirirai Mupakata’s wife Diana Mukaro.

Bvekwa allegedly would park his Mercedes Benz at Mupakata’s house and quench his sexual desires there. Alert neighbours then tipped Mupakata of the goings on leading to a trap being set.

Bvekwa was severely beaten and left his Benz after being made to sign an affidavit, committing to pay Mupakata US$20 000 the following day and the rest in part payments within three weeks.

Bvekwa who was captured and recorded on camera nearly lost his privates as Mupakata’s friends demanded to cut off his manhood, claimed a source.

Bvekwa refused to comment but warned the writer against calling his wife over the story.

Diana left the country for South Africa following the incident leaving her relatives to collect her belongings.

Narrating his story to H-Metro, Mupakata said Bvekwa hired “40” bouncers to collect his Mercedes Benz.

“I was tipped that Bvekwa was having a love affair with my wife and I faked an over-night shift,” said Mupakata.

“It is so painful that Bvekwa, a guardian of law wrecked my 12 year marriage.

“He signed the document and I even took the matter before my bosses who gave me a counselling session. I took a short leave to come to terms with such a situation.

“He promised to pay US$10 000 weekly after promising to pay US$20 000 on collection of his car and he came ‘armed’ with 40 bouncers and forcefully took the car.

“My wife left the house and is reported to have crossed the border to South Africa and her relatives collected her belongings.

“It has emerged that he started cheating with my wife in January last year and he even forced her to abort his pregnancy; imagine!” said Mupakata.

Bvekwa through his receptionist promised to give his side of the story refusing to meet H-Metro for two days during visits to his offices located at Dolphin House.

“The boss said he is not prepared to meet you and asked you to leave your contact details so that he can call you,” said the lady receptionist.

Contacted for comment over the phone Bvekwa threatened the writer with unspecified action over calling his wife about the story.

“I said I will phone you, why did you phone my wife about this story, be careful,” he said before hanging the phone. H Metro