Friday, 25 September 2015

Child support: Ex-lover wants $9,000 from Nicholas Goche

A WOMAN has gone to court demanding $9,450 per month from axed cabinet minister Nicholas Goche, accusing him of neglecting their child.

Goche was fired from government for being party of former vice president Joice Mujuru’s alleged plot to illegally depose President Robert Mugabe.

The former transport minister was also suspended from the ruling Zanu PF party of the allegations.
Child support: Ex-lover wants $9,000 from Nicholas Goche
Now one Laura Melisa Ebineng, who says she was customarily married to Goche between 2002 and 2006, is accusing him of neglecting their child who was born in 2003.

“(Goche) was my husband at the time I conceived the minor child and as such he is the father of the minor child,” Ebineng says in her application.

“I am the one having the custody of the minor child and as such I am authorised to make this application.”

She added: “The respondent used to give me $350 for rentals and gave me a flat where I collected rentals as his contributions towards the upkeep of the minor child.

“However, he became inconsistent and subsequently stopped giving me the money for rentals and I was forced to move into the flat.

“As such, I no longer have any other contribution from him towards the upkeep of the minor child.”

Goche, who is yet to respond, was also said to have stopped buying groceries for the child in 2006.

“He has never bought clothes for the child and does not even want to have a cordial relationship with the child,” said Ebineng.

“The respondent earns a total income which is approximately above $60,000 per month, hence his ability to pay maintenance for the child cannot be doubted.”

In her break down of the $9 450 claim, Ebineng said $130 was for rates, electricity and water at $100, telephone $100, maid $150, food and groceries $290, fuel $480, car maintenance $3 000 and medication $300.

School fees would take up $750, rugby training kit $130, rugby training fees $30, pocket money $40, clothes (school and sport uniforms) $500, casual wear $400, holidays $2 500, stationary $100, incidents $400 and insurance $50.
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