Bank Managers who use cash and their positions to lure other people’s wives must take precautions against pugilist husbands as two of them were knocked in the first round, Nyasa Times can reveal.
Thumbiko Kajiso Gondwe, son to prominent businessman and UDF Governor for Viphya region punched NBS Bank Rumphi Branch Manager Harry Mwanyongo because he had long suspected that Mwanyongo was having an extramarital affair with his wife, Sekanawo Mapesi Gondwe.
Thumbiko promised to return our call when called for comment but never did.
Nyasa Times sources said Mwanyongo is credited for breaking many marriages at Rumphi Boma because of his uncontrollable lust for women and generosity.
Kajiso junior also punched National Bank of Malawi , Mzuzu Service Centre Manager, Hans Muhome because he saw his wife accompanied by Thoko Mkandawire alighting from Muhome’s vehicle in Rumphi.
He beat the three of them on the spot and it was only when people intervened that Muhome was evacuated in his car to Mzuzu. It is while he was beating the trio when Kajiso’s wife phone dropped to the ground.
Fortunately for Kajiso a message popped on his wife’s phone and he quickly checked it. It came from Mwanyongo and supposedly read “I have missed you dear so much”.
The adrenaline charged Kajiso then dashed to Mwanyongo’s house. Called him outside and punched him unexpectedly.
Kajiso and his wife are now on separation but Kajiso has sued Mwanyongo and Muhome for disturbing and breaking his marriage, according to sources.
But Muhome told NyasaTimes that Kajiso ‘harassed’ him for no reason and he was baffled as to why Police had not charged him despite lodging an official complaint.
Police spokesman Victor Khamisi refused to comment on the issue.
“This guy (Kajiso) feels he is a hero because nothing has happening to him. The Police is there to protect all citizens regardless of status but may be because he has many friends as Police Officers in Rumphi that is why he is scot free,” he claimed.
On the day he was ‘harassed’ Muhome said he had given a lift to Mrs Thoko Mkandawire, in his car from Mzuzu to Rumphi.
“Thoko found me at a PTC shop in town and it was dark and raining. She told me they were stranded and I obliged to escort them. But Thoko had another woman, whom I later learnt is Kajiso’s wife.
“Nobody sat in the front seat since I had my personal staff on the seat. But when we arrived and after the women had alighted from the car, I was surprised to see that a man had entered the front seat. At first I thought he was a robber but he harassed me,” Muhome explained.
He said he managed to escape but since he was not well versed with Rumphi decided to report the incident at Mzuzu Police Station but was later referred to Rumphi where the incident took place.
However, our sources disputes Muhome’s story as false saying if he was a ‘Good Samaritan’ as he wants people to believe, why did he drop the women at Rumphi SACCO offices and not their homes?”Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :