Charlene Kabaso Mumba love life exposed on her burial day

Charlene Mumba

CONTRARY to social media speculation and rumors, late Charlene Kabaso Mumba was never married to footballer Boyd Mukandawire, a family member has revealed.

Charlene died in a road traffic accident on Kafue last Saturday and was put to rest at Leopards Hill Memorial Park in Lusaka today.

The same accident left Chipolopolo star Rainford Kalaba whom she was driving with on same with same ill-feted Mercedes Benz critically injured and is currently admitted to the University Teaching Hospital.

In the wake of the accident and mourning of the mother of two, gossip mills went into over drive with rumours that Charlene was married to Boyd but was having an affair with the 2012 AFCON winning midfield wizard.

But Charlene’s sister, Jennifer Kabaso refuted the rumors.

Speaking to Kalemba after Charlene’s burial, Kabaso said her sister was never married Boyd although they had two children together.

“My sister Charlene had never been married to Boyd, no dowry was ever paid to the family although she had two sons with him. That’s why you never hered that she was married in her life history because if truly My sister Charlene was never married to Boyd Mukandawire,” Kabaso explained.

“So unlike the false social media rumors, my sister was neither married nor divorced with Boyd. Yes they fell in love at some point and even had kids, but they were never married not even traditionally,” added kabaso.

Meanwhile, in their tribute, Charlene’s siblings have described her as a free-spirited person who was the light of the family.

They said her bubbly personality and accolade nature made a likable person with contagious laughter.

“Cha, some people call you, the golden egg, the Kasuli of the family, words can not express the pain and brokenness we feel right now. It still sounds like a tale and we keep thinking it is just a bad dream. Our Charlene, the pride of the family. You were loved, you are loved and will forever be even in death.

“We cried together, we shared love and above all we laughed together and that is beyond. Charlene, may your soul rest in peace from your sisters, Constance Isabel and Kelly your brother,” said Margret who red the tribute on behalf of her siblings.

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