I for one just discovered that my spouse of 18 years is not the person I thought she was. Had I not been strong enough, more passion killing news would have hit the streets of Namibia.
What do you do when you just discovered that your so-called lovely wife that you care so much for and for whom you would lay down your life has been the cause of a divorce about seven years back? What do you do when you discover that your loving wife has got not one, but two, three, four, five, six and numerous lovers and you are the laughing stock of the town and yet she pretends to be so innocent?
The affairs are of such disgusting nature that sex occurred at school premises, in government offices and school science labs. To make matters even worse in her car that I bought for her as a token of appreciation for choosing me, the ‘worthless peasant’, as life partner. What to do when you discover that your so-called spouse tells you lies that she is going on courses and you believe and make all the arrangements for her safe journey including pocket money for the week, just to find out that she was with some man in a posh lodge outside Windhoek, when you even call every day to find out how the course is going and in reply you would be told everything is fine while she is not even at a course?
There are so many things that I discovered I could write an award-winning novel about it. This is what women do to us in Namibia and nobody talks about the suffering men go through. It’s an indescribable painful affair. What a shameful world we live in.
Now I partly understand the Sharia Laws the Muslims entertain.
Via the website
* If killing a spouse or partner was a cure for infidelity there would hardly be men left in the world. Surely, other steps such as separation are far more effective than justifying ‘passion killing’ or knee-jerk calls for Sharia Law. –Ed.