SOLOMON Likhuleni got tired of being a loser in the bedroom and went to see a sangoma in Mbombela.
That was way back in 1990!
The sangoma gave him muthi called velabahleke and soon his luck changed in a big way.
Solomon (60) from Atteridgeville, Tshwane, caught the eye of the love of his life, Margaret Edmund (54), in 1994.
They were happy together. What Solomon didn’t know was that the muthi kept on working. Margaret can’t have any friends because they all want her man!
She told Daily Sun her friends fought her for Solomon. Solomon doesn’t seem to be too worried about the problem.
“Women smile when they see me. I charm them, and I think it’s still the muthi,” he said.
“Yes, my wife is always in fights with women who claim she doesn’t deserve me. But I still choose her. It was love at first sight and we’ll be together until death do us part.”
“I won’t leave my husband. I’d rather die next to him. My husband is my sweetie. He’s loving and caring.”
Sangoma Majoko Hlongwane said: “There’s muthi called velabahleke. You bath in it and drink it and women follow you.”
Daniel Ngwenya, another sangoma, said: “Men use it to have many women, and they smile at you all the time.”
IN OTHER NEWS;
Three commuter omnibuses were burnt to shells in the Bulawayo central business district yesterday when police clashed with pirate commuter omnibuses, whom they accused of operating illegally, with witnesses claiming that the law enforcement agents caused the “unnecessary” damage.
The drama started when police chased after a commuter omnibus, which was then involved in an accident at the corner of Herbert Chitepo Street and Five Avenue.
Fungai Maphosa, a vendor who witnessed the skirmishes, said during the melee, police beat up anyone near the accident scene. READ FURTHER>>>