Legislator accused of breaking his wife’s knee during a fight
The embattled wife of Letlhakeng/Takatokwane Member of Parliament Ngaka Ngaka has turned to her Facebook friends for support in her bitter war to have her politician husband prosecuted for a domestic violence related issue.
A District Commissioner in Kweneng, Dineo Ngaka, posted pictures of herself recuperating at Gaborone Private Hospital after knee surgery.
She posted “Lying in a hospital bed putting my trust in the Lord o sekeng a pallwa ke sepe. Some day rewards from heaven for all of us shall be seen by everybody.”
Boingotlo Dineo Ngaka (44) who last year together with her husband treated onlookers to a street fight (Exposed:The Voice February 10 2014) said she feels Ngaka is being given preferential treatment by the Police because he is a Member of Parliament.
“I reported this incident last year, after my husband beat and kicked me while I lay helpless on the floor, but investigations have dragged on,” she said.
Molepolole Police Station Commander Tawana Tawana confirmed to The Voice that they are indeed investigating MP Ngaka for assault.
Tawana only confirmed the issue but was not willing to give further details.
Meanwhile Ngaka’s wife said the delay will not stop her from pursuing the matter to ensure that justice is done.
“He has been begging me to withdraw the matter promising me that he will leave his mistress and come back home,” she said.
“But I know that it is a lie. He just hates that he has this case hanging over his head and wants it to go away. He has not shown any remorse and did not even visit me while I lay in hospital,” said the irate Ngaka.
“He broke my knee when I confronted him about his infidelity and he was not ashamed to tell the whole world that he is divorcing me. What kind of a man does that and still expects you to forgive him?” asked Ngaka.
Reached for comment MP Ngaka said he was not aware that his wife is getting support from Facebook before flatly refusing to make any further comments.
Meanwhile the couple is expected to appear in court soon where their divorce and marriage wrecking case will be heard.