THE sight of an ice cold Mosi with teary moisture dripping on the sides of the bottle is surely a marvel to behold and in Kabushi, she who serves such a beer is considered special.
And as she rushed to rescue her marriage threatened by a seductive Mosi so it was in Kabushi that when Justina Chupa was informed by her spies that a named Mary Chibwe, a barlady of Ntukos Bar had served a well-chilled Mosi lager beer to her husband Felix Mutende; she sprang to action running to the bar leaving her Chitenge and slippers falling on the wayside.
Upon arrival at the bar, Justina; true to the character of Copperbelt residents, did not waste time in unleashing unprintables on Mary for seeking to seduce a Mosi to her husband Felix as cold a moneylenders’s heart on payday.
Justina also took matters further and sued Mary in the Kabushi Local Court for interfering in her marriage by serving such a beer to her husband and following up with a conversation that is mellow.
However, in ruling on the matter, Presiding Magistrate Mildred Namwizye dismissed the Mosi-Gate scandal as being deficient insofar as the offence of marriage interference was concerned.
The court encouraged Justina to allow her husband enjoy a cold beer without melodrama as such did not constitute adultery.