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Police Officer Sues Colleague for Failing to Impregnate his Wife After Sleeping With Her 77 Times

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A Tanzania Police Officer, Darius Makambako has dragged his colleague to court for failing to impregnate his wife after sleeping with her 77 times in 10 months.

50-year-old, Darius sued his friend for breach of contract after he failed to impregnate his wife, Precious, 45, despite sleeping with her 77 times.

Darius and Precious who both really wanted to have a child were tired of being in a 6-year childless marriage after a doctor told the couple the husband was sterile. This prompted Darius to hire his neighbor Evans Mastano, 52, a fellow police officer in the country’s commercial city to impregnate his wife.

Evans, who is already married with two beautiful daughters, accepted the deal and was reportedly paid 2,000,000 Tanzanian Shillings for the job and for three evenings a week for the next 10 months in 2016.

Evan tried desperately, a total 77 different times to impregnate his friend’s wife Precious but failed. During those times, Precious who is a nurse at a private clinic got a three months vacation leave (March to June 2016) to dedicate her time to sleeping with her husband’s best friend and neighbor in order to have her first child, but the man failed to impregnate her. .
When Precious failed to get pregnant for 10 months, Darius insisted that his friend Evans went for a medical examination, which he did in January 2017.

After doctors examined Evans Mastano, it was revealed that he was also sterile. According to Morogoro Times, the outcome of the result left everyone shocked except his wife, who was forced to confess that Evans was not the real father of her two children, but his cousin Edward.
Meanwhile Darius is suing Evans for breach of contract in an effort to get the money he paid him back.

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