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WATCH: Bishop Mutendi’s niece torches Harare house in nasty love triangle

By Mutsa Makuvaza

THE Zion Christian Church (ZCC) leader, Bishop Nehemiah Mutendi’s niece, Princess Mutendi went bersek in Avondale, Harare, locked up her maid, husband and pregnant young sister Fiona in her house before setting it on fire.

This was after Princess had discovered that her younger sister Fiona was having an affair with her husband.

The accused Princess Mutendi and Fiona are daughters of Levite Mutendi who happens to be Bishop Nehemiah’s brother.

Details leading to the love affair between Princess’ husband Alex Marange and her younger sister say it all began when Princess’ husband relocated her to South Africa whilst he remained behind in Zimbabwe.

While his wife was settling in South Africa, Alex is alleged to have started a love affair with his wife’s younger sister Fiona.

However, all hell broke loose after Princess discovered the love affair between her husband and sister. After finding out about the affair, Princess clandestinely returned to Zimbabwe.

On the day in question, she arrived at their house in Avondale West, Harare without notifying her husband or sister of her arrival.

Without confronting anyone, she allegedly destroyed the Honda Fit vehicle that was parked outside the house before locking the doors to the house and setting it on fire.

Princess husband, Fiona and a maid were allegedly inside the house when she set the house on fire.

The trio survived death by a whisker after neighbours intervened and helped them escape the inferno. Princess was arrested and detained at Chikurubi Prison for a week.

She was charged with three counts of attempted murder. Pictures and videos of the incident were trending on social media over the weekend.

Watch the video below:

Following the inferno love triangle incident, Princess and Fiona’s identity was not revealed. The incident only came to light after Princess was granted bail on Thursday. – Zimbabwe Voice

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