A man denied paternity in the court when women demanded maintenance

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ZIMBABWE – A commuter omnibus tout denied paternity in the civil court when a woman was demanding maintenance from him for the upkeep of their reported child.

Evelyn Bako dragged Andrew Chihunza who she once had a fling with, demanding US$80 maintenance for their minor child.

However, Chihunza disputed to be liable for the child’s maintenance as he denied paternity in court.

“I do not know that Bako has a child with me despite the fact that we once had sex.

“She should have shown me the child if I am the father before claiming maintenance.

“Maybe I can offer her US$20 for maintenance since I have no option.

The presiding magistrate Barbara Mateko ordered him to pay US$30 maintenance with effect from December 31.

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