Iganga bailiff takes wife to court over adultery
Posted Tuesday, January 1 2013 at 02:00
The court bailiff accuses his wife, whom he has been married to since 2010, of cheating on him with a local pastor.
A renowned court bailiff in Iganga District has filed for a divorce in the Iganga Magistrates Court, accusing his wife of committing adultery. Mr Paul Kasadha, 34, a bailiff in Iganga Town, filed an application to separate with his wife, Ms Sarah Walujo, accusing her of eloping with Pastor Peter Musasizi.
According to the summonses signed by Iganga Grade One Magistrate, the accused has been ordered to put in her defence before February 21, 2013.
Mr Kasadha alleges that on December 1, 2012, he caught his wife red-handed with Pastor Musasizi on his marital bed at Nakalama Village.
However, when contacted for a comment, Ms Walujo, a health worker attached to Namugongo Health Centre III in Kaliro District, said she had not received any court summonses.
She also denied involvement in adultery as alleged by her husband.
“I have neither got the court summons nor ever engaged in adultery as is being alleged, in fact I am hearing it from you,” she said.
The couple have been in marriage for close to three years and have one child together.
Ms Walujo introduced Mr Kasadha to her parents in Naigobya Village in Luuka District in 2010 after which a wedding was held at Reformed Charismatic Church in Iganga Municipality.