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Susan Mutami to take Temba Mliswa to court over child maintenance

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Susan Mutami to take Temba Mliswa to court over child maintenance. Susan Mutami and Temba have had an acrimonious relationship since ending their three-month-long affair that saw the duo having twins.

Australian based Zimbabwean Susan Mutami has claimed that outspoken politician and Norton legislator Temba Mliswa is not paying maintenance for their twin children as he claims.

In a tweet on Wednesday, Mutami said her lawyers will be filing for child support from Mliswa whom she claims has not been looking after their twin babies. She added that Mliswa is an irresponsible parent and that her four-year-old son bought preparation for the politician’s twin children. Mutami wrote: I just wanted u guys to know that next week my lawyers will be filing for child support from Temba Mliswa. He hasn’t been looking after his children as he claims to people.

My 4yr old son bought preparation for Temba’s kids w his savings. Temba Mliswa is an irresponsible parent. Mutami earlier this year announced that she would be challenging Temba Mliswa for the Norton parliamentary seat in the 2023 elections.

Susan Mutami’s latest claims come after Mliswa publicly accused popular musician Jah Prayzah of ‘sleeping with married women.’

Source – Pindula News

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