Saturday, 5 November 2016

My Husband Smells My Pant Anytime I Come Home And He Wants To Use Our Child For Rituals - Wife Tells Court

Mrs. Dasola Adeosun, has pleaded with Ile Tuntun Customary Court, Mapo

Hall, Ibadan, Oyo State, to put an end to her marriage with her

husband, Taiwo, whom she alleged on several occasions had attempted to

use their only two-year-old child for money rituals and that he used

to smell her pants and fingers her each time she travelled to check

whether she had slept with another man.

As reported by Nigeria Tribune, Dasola said:

"My husband married me about three and a half years ago as a virgin

and we gave birth to a child who is two-year-old, Emmanuel. We've

separated for about one and a half years and he has not been

responsible for our welfare. Whenever he beats me, he either

takes me to the hospital for treatment by himself or calls a nurse to

come and set a drip for me in the house. I've tried to endure his

excesses but it seems my patience does not pay any longer.

"After delivering my baby, he insisted on taking the child to his

family house where unfortunately, my things were set on fire when a

stick of matches was lit and thrown into my room through a window. It

was after that incident that he told me he was taking the child to

Lagos for money rituals. He took this step twice but he returned to me

with the baby that he was told the child was not useful.

"Each time I asked him to give me money to take care of our child, he

would say: "the child is not useful for me," and since then I've been

doing what I could for the child. I can't dispute the fact that his

sisters brought golden morn and milk for the child every month since

he started feeding on them but it's not enough.

"He paid no dowry on me before we became husband and wife because I

was the one who ran," Dasola told the court.The defendant, Taiwo,

denied the allegations. He said that his wife is promiscuous and


"I observed that each time I go to my shop, my wife calls other men.

She even uses my phone sometimes to make calls. I've tried to stop her

but she's been adamant.

"She's stubborn, disobedient and wayward. Shortly after our marriage,

we had a quarrel and she slapped me."The court, however, asked Taiwo

if he ever beat his wife and what step his parents took. He replied

'I never beat her once.'

Taiwo said: "I've made a mistake getting married to you."

President of the court, Chief Agbaje Henry Olasunkanmi, after

listening to the couple, told them to bring their family members and

the child, Emmanuel to the court on November 11 for judgement.

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