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28/11/2011 00:00:00
by Staff Reporter
 
 
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A DAD rang an escort agency to send him a hooker and his daughter turned up.
 
Titus Ncube collapsed in shock and his 20-year-old daughter fled sobbing in horror after the hotel room encounter.
 
The dad-of-three later apologised to his wife, but admitted their marriage was going through a “difficult period”.
 
His daughter is no longer a vice girl and is returning to school in Bulawayo.

Ncube, of Nkulumane 5 suburb told The Sunday News: “I am sorry for what I did. I spoke to my wife and my daughter. I apologised for my actions because I just wanted my family back.”

He forgave his daughter and hired a therapist to counsel her, but he admitted: “My marital problems are not over, but we have a marriage counsellor who is helping us to get over this most difficult period in our marriage.”

His wife, Rosemary, said: “If it were not for my children, I could have divorced him a long time ago.But because I know the trauma that divorce can cause to, children, I made a decision to stay.”



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