Although she was granted divorce a week ago, Keebonye Thuso- Mulusa,47 this week summoned her rival before the customary court to demand a hefty compensation.
Thuso- Mulusa,47, is demanding P100 000 from Dikitso Stephen, 35, for wrecking her marriage to Kennedy Mulusa, 45.
The three -year- old marriage was rocked by allegations of cheating with Keebonye accusing Stephen, a self employed woman of being the main culprit.
The ex-wife told The Voice that before filing for divorce she caught her husband with six different women the last of them being Stephen who refused to back off.
She said that things changed for the worst sometime last year when her husband started coming home after midnight and not fulfilling his bedroom duties.
“I got worried and did my own investigations and established that Stephen was the the other woman.”
The frustrated wife sought help from her in-laws in Zambia over the phone but they asked her to solve the matter with relatives in Botswana, a thing she did and Mulusa apologised for his behaviour.
The husband however moved out “He just made up stories to move out of our matrimonial house so that he can be free to see his mistress.”
Arguing that had it not been for Stephen her marriage would still be intact Mulusa said: “My husband was a womaniser but Stephen complicated things and that is why I brought only her to court amongst the six women I once caught my husband with.
I want her to learn a lesson to stay away from married men.”
Kgosi Oleyo Ledimo adjourned the case to January 08 2014 since key witnesses were out of Maun. Mulusa refused to comment.“Go to her she will tell you all she wants to say.” He said before hanging up the phone.