My wife is stubborn, I want to Divorce Her – mans tells court

An Ibadan based businessman, Wasiu Ajibola, has told a Mapo Customary Court in Ibadan, to disintegrate his multi year-old marriage to his better half, Sadiya, because of her hardheadedness and noncompliance to him.

Affirming before Chief Ademola Odunade, the court’s President, Wasiu, an inhabitant of Ayegun in Ibadan said that his better half was defiant, difficult just as a constant warrior.

“My master, I had hitched Sadiya before I understood that she was not equipped for dealing with a smooth relationship as a spouse.

“I saw that she turned out to be stubborn to the point that no one can converse with her. On the off chance that I exhort or educate her on any issue concerning the two of us, Sadiya does whatever she prefers.

“Worst still, she usually rain curses on me and doesn’t mean well for me and my family.

“Recently, when nothing was wrong with me, Sadiya called her mother on mobile phone, telling her that I was dead.

“She keeps fighting me due to her troublesome nature and there is no more love between us,” Wasiu said.

The respondent however, denied all the allegations levelled against her after she had consented to the suit.

Sadiya who earned her livelihood as a farmer, also contended that her husband constantly beats her.

“I did my best to take care of Wasiu and his mother, but he never appreciated it,” Sadiya told the court.

Odunade in his judgment said it was clear from the court’s observation; there was no more love between Wasiu and Sadiya, hence, the need to dissolve their union.

He granted custody of the first child produced by the union to Sadiya and allowed Wasiu to take the other.

The judge also ordered the plaintiff to pay N5, 000 as the child’s monthly feeding allowance in addition to been responsible for her education and other welfare.

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  • Am not saying no to the devoiced of their union but I have never seen a problem without solution… The Devil you know is better than the Angel you don’t know.

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