Katleho Molefe’s dead grandmother wants her to marry her uncle.
Katleho Molefe’s dead grandmother wants her to marry her uncle.

A South African woman’s marriage is on the rocks after dead granny keeps appearing in her dreams demanding that he marries her adopted son and dump husband.

Katleho Molefe said her grandmother, who died in 2001, wants her to marry her adopted son, who she sees as her uncle.

According to the Daily Sun, the 38-year-old from Braamfisher in Soweto says her life was great until her gogo started appearing in her dreams two years ago.

“I’ve visited her grave countless times to beg her, but nothing works.”

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She said she got angry when her uncle told her he was open to the idea.

Katleho said her gogo’s visits were making her sick.

“I’ve been to various prophets and sangomas, who advised me to plead with her.

“I’ve visited her grave countless times to beg her, but nothing works. My life is a mess. I can’t even work anymore,” she said.

Katleho’s uncle, Thato Phokwane (41), said he also dreamt of his mum telling him that Katleho was the woman he should marry.

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He said he now understood why his other relationships failed. “I’ve always loved Katleho, but I never thought of her as my wife. However, I’m willing to marry her, if this is what my mum wants,” said Thato. Katleho’s husband said the situation drained him and he wished the gogo would stop bothering his family.

“We’ve been seeking help everywhere, but no one is able to help us,” he said.

Sangoma Joseph Dungamanzi said no sangoma would be able to help Katleho.

He said she’ll have to do a ceremony to plead with her gogo.-Daily Sun

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