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My Electrician Husband Begged Me To Allow Him Use My Womb For Money Rituals —Wife

An electrician, Ademola Adelanwa, has prayed an Idi-Ose Ibadan customary court in Oyo State to dissolve  his  11-year-old marriage to  his wife, Opeyemi, over her alleged nagging nature  and troublesomeness.

The wife, in her counter argument, accused her husband of once begging her to allow him use her womb to make money rituals.

Ademola told the court that  his wife was in the   habit of blackmailing and accusing him falsely before their  family members, neighbours and church members.

He added that  he had since stopped attending church programmes and packed out of the family house  and now  stays in a rented  apartment.

“There was a time she accused me of stealing her panties for money rituals.

“I was  embarrassed  when I learnt  she had  told  people about it.

“ As God would have it, she later found her panties in the village,” he said.

“My wife is fond of nagging, causing trouble and likes to prove tough in the home.

“I have been  putting up with her troublesome  nature  over the years and on three occasions, considered seeking a divorce, but changed my mind because I  had to put some things into consideration.

“ I was forced to send her out  of our  home the last time she fought with me,” he added.

Opeyemi, reacting to the allegations  admitted that she accused her husband of stealing her panties because he was the only person she could point fingers at since he once urged her to allow him use her womb for money rituals.

She stated  that they had endured a lot and stayed  together despite the low financial status of the family and swore that under no circumstance  would she marry another man

She, therefore, prayed the court not to grant her husband’s prayer.

The court president, Amusa Makinde, observed that the two  parties had not  displayed enough love to sustain their marriage and  therefore urged  them to have a rethink for the sake of their children.

He  adjourned the case till June 2.

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