A Mapo Customary Courtroom in Ibadan on Wednesday dissolved a wedding involving a dealer, Sadia Abass, and her husband, Azeez.
The spouse had petitioned the courtroom over allegations that Azeez stole her underwear for ritual, NAN studies.
Sadia expressed worry for her life if she continued to stay below the identical roof with a person planning to make use of her for one thing diabolic.
The dealer stated her husband’s perspective had made the wedding depressing and unattractive.
“When the ill-treatment reached its peak, I found that my underwear was lacking. He denied seeing it. Three days later, the underwear resurfaced the place I had checked again and again and I made him realise his evil intention towards me.
“Solely God is aware of what would have occurred or may nonetheless occur to me as a result of I’ve made it clear to him that I can’t proceed with the connection. From once I obtained married to him, he has not been accountable. Even throughout my being pregnant and after, he by no means confirmed care.
“Regardless of his irresponsibility, he often makes an attempt to rape me even once I’m not within the temper and I reported him to his dad and mom. Apart from, Azeez has been monitoring me all over,” Sadia acknowledged.
Azeez refuted all of the allegations whereas below cross-examination.
He claimed that the spouse repeatedly plunged him into debt.
“Sadia doesn’t want me effectively, all the cash that I used to be purported to spend on my enterprise often fall into her arms. She at all times returns dwelling round midnight.
“It affected our little one negatively. His academics instructed us that he sleeps when different kids are studying. More often than not, I purchase meals to eat when she refuses to prepare dinner. Every so often, she nags and packs out and in of the home.”
Ademola Odunade, President of the courtroom, in his judgement, held that there was no extra love between the duo.
He pronounced the wedding dissolved “within the curiosity of peace and concord”.
Odunade granted custody of the one little one to the plaintiff.
He ordered the defendant to pay N5,000 month-to-month for the kid’s feeding, along with being liable for his schooling and fundamental welfare.