Zimbabwe: Munya Clarifies Reports About Divorce

Reports have been swirling about the impending divorce between actor Munya Chidzonga and Adiona Maboreke, mother to his 10 months baby.

Fans to the BBA 2010 finalist can now rest assured that the couple are working on mutually resolving their issues. As pertaining to reports in the press, Munya has today made a clarification of the issue through a family spokesperson, Joe Tichaona.

“The news concerning Munya’s private life that has worried all of his fans, has been an issue of serious concern to the young couple, as ‘reports’ carried out in the press have caused so much worry among their supporters, peers, families and friends. But please have some peace of mind as the couple has agreed to attend to their relationship and solve their differences amicably,” reads a statement issued on behalf of Munya.

Following a week of media reports and public reactions, Lobola actor Munya and his wife have finally decided to act to the best of their families interests on the divorce issue that has plagued them both in the media recently.

They have both agreed to respect each others decision, as they chart progressive ways to dealing with their issues.

Munya is currently shooting a new film, The Gentlemen.

“The couple had been having some differences that sparked the ‘break-up’ but have decided to work through this situation as they have been appalled by responses from certain sections of the media, a development which deeply upset his fans,” says Tichaona.

“The recent press reports about the ‘break up’ have ultimately led to immature judgments, and have caused some understandable public reactions. God be Munya and Adiona’s strength, our prayers should go with them, as we ask God to strengthen them and guide them through such a challenging moment of their lives,” says Tichaona.

The celebrity couple has been staying together since October last year. Munya is currently on hiatus to focus on youth development through social entrepreneurship and economic empowerment, and is in the process of making final touches to the promising blockbuster, Gentlemen.