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So sad, here is one of the marriages VP Mohadi ruined

Martin Chabuka and Chervaughn Choeni

So sad, here is one of the marriages VP Mohadi ruined. It was a happy day when dancer Martin married his sweetheart, Chevaughn, who was then lured to Vice President Mohadi’s office. The marriage has since collapsed and the Vice President resigned!

VP Mohadi’s alleged affair with a married woman wrecks her marriage. According to the publication, Choeni’s husband Martin Chabuka ended his marriage after the scandal broke. The infamous affair between Vice President Kembo Mohadi and his alleged married lover Chervaughn Choeni has reportedly ended her marriage, ZimLive reports.

Martin Chabuka had reportedly proposed to Choeni in November 2020 reportedly refused to comment on the issue and changed his Facebook status to divorced. The marriage of a woman who was heard on a phone call with Vice President Kembo Mohadi agreeing to have s.e.x with him in his office has collapsed, Zim Live reports.Martin Chabuka and Chervaughn Choeni

Harare man Martin Chabuka has called time on his marriage to Chervaughn Choeni. The couple have a son together. Chabuka, a professional dancer, proposed to Choeni with the help of singer Nyasha David. He posted the video on Facebook last November, writing in the caption: “A day I will never forget.”Martin Chabuka and Chervaughn Choeni WeddingIt is now a day he wishes he could forget as he picks up the pieces from a heartbreak caused by the 71-year-old vice president.

Source – MbareTimes

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