While many people were on their knees in prayer during the Easter holiday, others were taking advantage of the break from work to break the seventh commandment.
Four people, a woman and three men, lied to their respective spouses that they were going for work seminars in Livingstone when in actual fact they camped in lodges.
An investigation by VDK private detectives revealed that the four were spotted at some lodges in Chisamba and Lusaka.
VDK private detectives executive director Mulanje Kauseni revealed this in an interview with the Sunday Mail.
“This woman apparently lied to her husband that she was going for a women’s conference in Livingstone when in actual fact she went to Kabwe to meet with her boyfriend, who came from Kitwe,” Kauseni said.
“The husband was suspecting a certain man who once dropped his wife at home, so he gave us the vehicle registration number and we confirmed that was actually the man.”
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