Odunade gave the advice while delivering judgment in a divorce suit filed by a hairdresser, Bosede Aregbesola, on grounds that her estranged husband, Aina, was an armed robber.
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Falola made this known while replying to a divorce application from Opeyemi, who has been married to him for 28 years.
Abdulsalam in his testimony after Aminat accused him of neglecting her and their two children, said she was a thug.
Okafor, a mother of three, also alleged that her husband defames her.
In her response to the divorce petition, Onowonuola, alleged that her mother-in-law turned her into a ‘slave’.
Ganiyat, a businesswoman, asked the court to dissolve her relationship with Ahmed over constant battery.
The court, presided over by Hon. Olufemi Yemisi, Hon. Akinfiresoye Tosin and Hon. Ehusani Simpa, heard the testimony of Expert witnesses, Opeyemi Raji, Seun Awobajo and Omolade Dalmas.
Ojo, in his petition, alleged: ”She keeps travelling without my consent. Her lover sent her a text message on preparations for their wedding.
In a petition, Salisu, who resides within the jurisdiction of the court, alleged:” I can’t continue to live under the same roof with this woman.
The defendants are facing three counts, bordering on theft, unlawful reception of stolen cooking items and raising false alarm.
The court’s President, Chief Henry Agbaje, granted Rowland’s request for the dissolution of his five-year-old marriage to Blessing, after listening to the pleas of both parties.
Delivering judgment, the President of the court, Chief Ademola Odunade held that Isaac could not justify the reason why the marriage should not be dissolved by his ‘reckless’ behaviour.
The President of the court, Yemisi Ojo, dissolved the marriage on grounds of stubbornness, hate speech and constant fighting.
Delivering judgment, Chief Ademola Odunade, held that the court was left with no option other but to grant the divorce.
Ogundeji had gone to court to seek the dissolution of her eight-year-old marriage to her husband, Ahmed, on account of incessant theft, laziness and battery.
Shukurat, a mother of three, made the claim in her counter argument before Chief Ademola Odunade, the court’s President.
The court, presided over by Chief Ademola Odunade, held that the dissolution was in the interest of peace.
A public servant, Ruth Anthony, on Monday prayed a Customary Court in Nyanya, Abuja to grant her divorce from her estranged husband, Peter, on grounds that she does not want to commit murder out of self defence.
Bello, who made the disclosure at a ceremony to mark the commencement of the new legal year in Kaduna, however said that 60% of the cases had been disposed of.
She told the court that apart from numerous cases of his following women around, her husband used to sneak into their maid’s room to sleep with her.