By Own Correspondent
Health care professional Susan Vivian Mutami who is battling to end a three-month relationship with Temba Mliswa says she regrets meeting the Norton Member of Parliament whom she accuses of turning her life upside down and soiling her image.
In a tell-all interview with an online publication- Zim Morning Post, Mutami who is pregnant with twins for the former Zanu PF Mashonaland West Chairman said “he can kill me I don’t care, but I have said my truth.”
She said a smear campaign ignited by Mliswa is attempting to destroy “a name that I have built for myself, but it will not work.”
Mutami is currently under a barrage of accusations being peddled on social media with one anonymous story claiming that she is an in genuine donor and extortionist, who backs her extortionist tendencies by namedropping and falsely saying she is related to top Government officials.
“I don’t name drop. If he believes that these false and fabricated accusations are going to scare me into running back to his arms, then he has lost it,” Mutami said.
The 32-year-old said their relationship has been sour from day one, since they started dating in October 2020, but reached breaking point when he asked her to bring a man into their bed.
“I was stunned. Here was a man who had told me upon meeting me that he had left all this behind him,” she told Zim Morning Post as she was vacating Mliswa’s Avondale Villa.
“He had told me that he had done it all: bisexual, sex with man, four-somes. He said he had 18 children but because he was turning 50 he wanted to get a get a vasectomy. I don’t hold people’s past against them and he sounded sincere, so I accepted,” she said.
“But recently I discovered that he was sleeping with one of his male associates, Goodwell Zinyama,” she said.
She added: “I was also furious when I found out that he was sleeping with Eleanor Kaziboni (24), Yard secretary general. I was actually sheltering her after she had told me she was going through a hard time. I even gave her 7,000 bricks to build her house.”
“But when I found out that they were sleeping together I went to demand my bricks back. I felt used.”
On January 29, Mutami approached Norton Police Station where she sought the assistance from police to retrieve her bricks.
“I am grateful to the police who assisted me. Temba is scorned that I went to Norton Police Station and told the police officers that he was taking advantage of the girl. He has now gone on a crusade to create fictitious accusations about me,” she said.
Turning to their relationship, Mutami said she is prepared to look after their unborn twins by herself