|Unam?s Nghiishililwa abandons fourth wife|
|Thursday, 03 March 2011 09:32|
CONTROVERSIAL alleged “Sugardaddy” Fritz Sackeus Nghiishililwa was called before Katutura Court for an arbitration maintenance hearing last week Friday after abandoning his fourth wife with three children.
Nghiishililwa, 53, now a Deputy Dean of Law at the University of Namibia, appeared before Maintenance officer Willem Nathinge after allegedly abandoning his three children aged between five years and three months with now estranged wife Bertha Iilonga, 37, a police officer.|
In the court arbitration, Nghiishililwa allegedly maintained he provides N$2,500 for the three children whose sole custody is still in the hands of the mother.
Iilonga, who married Nghiishililwa in 2006, is daughter of Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Water and Forestry Peter Iilonga.
The couple are still legally married out of community of property with no pending divorce order.
According to family sources at the court, Nghiishililwa allegedly moved out of their Cimbabasia marital home four months before eloping from a then three months pregnant Iilonga without an explanation and leaving her money.
The sources further alleged that Nghiishililwa is allegedly living with some of his older children from his previous marriages adding he also cohabits with an unidentified woman who is occasionally seen in his company.
“The family pleaded with the wife to sue for maintenance as she cannot afford to care for their children alone. She left her lucrative job in Eenhana only to be abandoned four years later without explanation,” the sources bemoaned.
Nghiishililwa declined to comment when confronted by Informanté at the court saying he did not talk to the media about personal issues.
“This is a personal matter that I wish not to discuss with the media as we are still discussing with the magistrate,” he said.
However Iilonga, who was also present at the court meeting, confirmed she is separated from Nghiishililwa but declined to shed more light on the matter saying it would jeopardize the case.