A man threatened to kill his wife after DNA tests showed that he was not the biological father of their four year old son
Nomsa Mapiye (36) has told a court that her husband, Amon Mapiye (39), pointed a gun at her after he discovered that his presumed son was a product of Nomsa’s extra-marital affair.
Nomsa also confirmed in court that the child belonged to one Innocent Mutero.
In his defence through his legal team, Amon told the court that it was out of shame that Nomsa reported the matter to the police following DNA confirmation that she had committed adultery.
The court heard that Amon verbally insulted Nomsa saying she was worse than the devil for making him raise a child who was not his and allegedly pointed the gun at Nomsa for about a minute before his uncle intervened.
The court heard that Amon returned to the room where he had taken the pistol while the Nomsa headed to Waterfalls Police Station to report the matter.
The Beretta pistol was produced in court as evidence. Mr Lawrence Gangarahwe prosecuted