A Catholic priest, identified as Father Abel Mwelwa, has been suspended in Lusaka, Zambia after his married lover allegedly died during marathon sex in his house.
Married woman allegedly dies during illicit marathon sex with Reverend Father
Reverend Fathers always appear solemn so as to do the work of God exemplarily but if you push them out of their calm state, they could blow your mind.
According to reports, the deceased who was a member of the Catholic Women’s League from St Maurice Catholic Church had lied to her husband that she was going to a funeral but ended up with the priest.
Police in Lusaka reportedly said they have launched an investigation into how the 42-year-old woman allegedly died in the Parish Priest’s House at Kaunda Square Catholic Church.
Meanwhile, Fr. Abel Mwelwa said in a statement Lusaka Diocese Archbishop Alec Banda has been unfair to him in the way it handled the matter.
“I would like to assure you that all is well. My soul is at rest. Knowing that the justice of God is on my side. I have no bitterness against the manner in which this was handled. I allow God to deal with the matter,” Dr. Mwelwa lamented.
In an attempt to set the records straight, he claimed that Monica Mulenga died in the hospital of Acute Pneumonia according to postmortem results.
“God has his ways. Thank you for your brotherhood and support. Let it be known that the person died almost a month ago.
“All was quiet until my Bishop decided to instruct some priests to circulate a communique of my suspension to all priests and religious. The communique is also addressed to the lay faithful. What a way of dealing with matters.
“The result of such a miscalculated decision is what has brought this media frenzy. Has there been a time in the Catholic Church when the suspension of a priest is material for everyone? If not, the question is why has this been handled this way? Maybe we shall have answers in Heaven.
“I thought I should share with you what has happened. God’s Justice May take long, but it surely does come.”
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