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Thursday, September 01, 2016

Husband Says He Went Home To Pick Up Something And Caught Wife With Lover

A mother of three has lost her 14-year-old marriage to adulterous behaviour as an Igando Customary Court in Lagos granted the request of her estranged husband to dissolve the union. 




The petitioner, Mr Dare Abiodun, a 40-year-old businessman, had approached the court for the dissolution of the union, citing the wife’s infidelity and threat to life. File photo… Delivering his judgment, the court’s President, Mr Adegboyega Omilola, said he was convinced that the couple could no longer live together as the petitioner insisted on divorce after several interventions.


 “The court has no choice than to dissolve the union in spite of the wife’s claim to still love her husband. “The court hereby pronounce the marriage between Dare Abiodun and Ajoke Abiodun dissolved today; both henceforth cease to be husband and wife,’’ Omilola ruled. 


The husband had told the court that he caught her wife with her lover in their bedroom. “I came home to pick something in the morning and I met my wife with her lover inside our room eating food bought from an eatery,” he said. Abiodun said that his wife had been threatening his life with some dangerous weapons. 


He added:“My wife is always threatening my life with dangerous weapons; she chased me with knife in our street to stab me. “She is a good fighter; her hobby is fighting as I have, on at least five occasions, bailed her at the police station. “She fight with friends, neighbours, even in the church and I had to leave that church for her because of this shameful acts.” The estranged wife, Ajoke, however, accused her ex-husband of being fetish and he killed a baby in her womb sometime ago. “He gave me `Suya’ to eat when I was eight months pregnant and the baby in my womb became restless, moving fast.


 “ I rushed to the hospital only for me to have a still-birth,” she said. The woman, who did not object to the dissolution of the marriage, also told the court:“I saw my brazier in my husband’s brief case and when I queried him, he said he wanted to take it to his church for prayers. “He also brought a handkerchief to the house and gave it to me to clean my private part and return to him but I refused. “He has been bringing home different types of soup and other liquids for me to drink which I also refused because I do not trust him. “Apart from his fetish nature, he has also turned me to a punching bag.’

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WOW!!!..Dirty story!


107 comments:

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    1. Shamelessness at it's peak.

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    2. This story is as old as my nostrils. Get yo life baby gurl

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  2. Up Igando. Una dey reign on this blog.

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    1. The woman is just looking for excuse to cover her dirty act. Bitch got caught red handed. If ur going to cheat on ur spouse, atleast do it away from your matrimonial home

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    2. ....when I come back to play,someone's taken my place. Lock the lyrics in.lol

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  3. Marriages in this our generation, discouraging singles since 1849. can't deal biko.

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    1. Even those who couldn't find someone to marry would claim discouraged, hmmmm Gwegs

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  4. Such an embarrassment
    Why cheat?
    I can never cheat on my man
    Never!

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    1. I can cheat on him if he cheats on me. And my hubby knows that, so he behaves himself.

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    2. @ Ov O.Your type will cheat regardless

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  5. Queen come and see mrs. Abiodun listening and following your advice. See where it landed herπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  6. Na wah ooo!!! Iyawo and oko nylon bag.

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  7. Haha funny πŸ‘«. They should go separate ways please

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  8. Why do all divorces carry names like Tunde, Abiodun, Tola, Funmi, Kemi, Bukky, ....?

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    1. Thunder fire that finger you used to type those names

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    2. Hahaha @ Anon 19:49.
      Most peeps on this blog are just too tribalistic. Especially against the yoruba's. Smh

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  9. Choi!,,
    The man wants to insert magun in her body!,..
    I'm happy she didn't fall for that...I pity women married to men from that part of the country!...

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    1. See where your advice land d woman... End time adviser

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  10. Lol! Men can't take what they steadily dish. The moment they even hear their wives are cheating, they rush to igando immediately. I was waiting to read where he caught them on top of each other. Lo and behold they were just having a meal. Oga why not forgive and pray for her? The way Nigerian men behave towards women is quite pathetic.

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    1. When u re d bread winner and your have a house husband u go feel how men do

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    2. Hehehehe... It is always Igando they rush to oo

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    3. Lmao @they rush to igando πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      That igando court don suffer from orishirishi

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    4. Quite pathetic my dear. The man dont have any reason at all.

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  11. Never fully trust a woman, it's not in their nature to be trustworthy.



    #PeterObiForPresident2019

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    1. Never fully trust a man,its not in their nature to be trustworthy. Ode like you.

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    2. Anon 19:39, Why are you so pained. Is that your trade?

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    3. Anon 19:39, Why are you so pained. Is that your trade?

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    4. Ikemefuna don't start what you cannot finish

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    5. All these unfaithful women under my comment y'all should confess your sins

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    6. All these unfaithful women under my comment y'all should confess your sins

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    7. Same with men! Never trust them, they are dishonest and cruel

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    8. Ikemeewu, Ikememeeeeee,Ikemedidirin, Ikemeode.

      Change your name to any of these, bloody degenerate.

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  12. Na wa oh! The things we hear these days

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  13. Yeah bit ignition was the husband that was caught, they'll be begging for forgiveness. . Rubbish!

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  14. These people and divorce plus women eh. STory for another continent.

    SOmeone is selling bags of rice for N12k in my office. The rice is from Saudi Arabia in case you want.
    Production date is 2013 so if you need it...



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    1. Nguanu, people go an buy Saudi plastic rice and have disease in 2023, that is 10 yeaa after eating it.

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  15. End time Konji taking over end time wife.

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  16. Very dirty story, shameful and disgusting. Thank GOD he was able to control his temper though.

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  17. Even if you want to cheat, never do it on your matrimonial bed.. That alone attracts a curse

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    1. Doing it out side is better, right. See dirty up bringing. Behave, do you you know the meaning of husband or wife.

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    2. Just look at your adultrous self!

      Think before you type
      And read it before you post

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    3. Y'all πŸ™…πŸ™…πŸ™…πŸ™…πŸ™…πŸ™…πŸ™…

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  18. Isn't this the same man that used a machete to kill his wife's lover after he went home unannounced and caught them in bed?
    Oh!Different people.
    I thought adultery was only peculiar to Igbo women.

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    1. The thunder that will fire you is still drinking garri and ekpa to get energy.. yes you adulterous fellow.its a norm in your place yes you ibadan woman.

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  19. Eyah!!! But why court don't allow her to tell us her WBN before dissolving na, Send in your WBN jaree, maybe it can make him reconsider

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  20. Hummmm na wa,really dirty story, what is this society turning to

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  21. See what poverty and waywardness is causing.
    What a shame.

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  22. See what poverty and waywardness is causing.
    What a shame.

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  23. Stella and news from Igando court ooo
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  24. They are both good liars.





    #Somebody must to love me tonyt!!!

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    1. U dey find love and I dey here!!!!
      Halla at me nah

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    2. U dey find love and I dey here!!!!
      Halla at me nah

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  25. Please do anybody know a good and powerful man of God I can be introduce to. I will be greatful. Thanks alot in advances

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    1. Man of God will not solve your problems... Kneel to God yourself... Sincerely repent of your sins...see life as diff from the past...u will see his miracles manifest

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    2. Thanks so much God bless u. I just click on her name and I saw some comment and phone number of him in her page. God will countinue to bless u

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  26. Kikikikikikikiki!
    Crazy people!

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  27. Igando. Very dysfunctional area

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  28. Igando. Very dysfunctional area

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  29. Any lawyer in the house or someone with knowledge on court proceedings?
    How fast can someone get a divorce in Nigeria?
    Someone told me 3 weeks is possible while some other people said you cannot get it in less than 6 months?
    Help a sister out

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    1. The person who told you 3weeks lied. Depends on the type of marriage that was celebrated (customary or registry or in a licensed lace of worship) I'm not familiar with the proceedings in the customary court but I will tell you that if you had a registry marriage or the one celebrated ina licensed place of worship you will need to file a petition In a state high court which will require your husband the respondent to file an answer within 30days. If your husband is not opposed to it, he may file his answer and then both of you (with your lawyers of course) will draw up terms of settlement, sign same and file in court. On the next adjourned date, you adopt the terms and the court pronounces it it's judgment.
      But if your husband is pigheaded and decides to contest the petition, hmm. .. It can take years depending on the court. I always advice client not to be aggressive or scandalous in presenting their petitions. Makes it easier getting the other party to amenable to out of court settlement. All the best

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    2. Thank you for your response Omah Cindy
      In this case, it is a mutual agreement between both parties so can you give me an idea of the average period of time it can take for the divorce to become finalized?
      I need to move on quickly

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    3. Hi distressed wife its like I typed this my self cos I am in d same shoes with u.

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    4. In that case, if you move fast, you can get the marriage dissolved in time for Christmas. But know the order will become absolute after 3months. Just file the petition and serve your husband. He answers within 30days. Then you draw up the terms and file. Your lawyer can take care of it. All the best

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    5. Pls what led to the breakdown of your marriages, since u are anonymous, share with us so that we can learn.

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    6. Whatever it is i wish both women success as they move on... Its not an easy decision to take..

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  30. Very dirty, yaraba people make una take am easy for infidelity, you cheat without respect

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    1. May Thunder fire that your maggot infested vagina that stinks from afar.

      Prostitution is your trade mark, and yes, igbos are drug dealers and ritualists.

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    2. Fooooool with a capital letter F

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    3. No thunder will not fire her.
      It will dismember her pomo lips and thunder thighs.
      Senseless sales girl.

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  31. I had to laugh when he said "my wife is a good fighter, her hobby is fighting" hehehehe.

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  32. It serves him right, let the woman cheat for a change.

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  33. It is better they separate than all these crazy stories. Why didn't she leave when he started collecting her undies and bringing soup etc? Why did she have to commit infidelity before leaving?

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  34. Igando customary court.....e ku divorce brouhaha oooo. The judge(s) of that court don see and hear many dirty stories wella.

    Dear Igando customary court judge(s) , I pray you have peaceful nights cos all the things you see and hear are enough to cause nightmares for u.

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  35. Blunty blunt, you're a tribalistic moron. These things happen everywhere. People like you are the reason Nigeria is having setbacks. Try unison and see if God won't answer your prayers!

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    1. Bluntly blunt is miss Aboki from Kogi state

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  36. What a dance of shame! Married women now commits adultery more than men, same women will come online and be pointing accusing fingers.

    I hate people who cheats whether you are man or woman, if you are tired of the marriage, call it off first before you go out and start opening your legs.
    Neither the woman nor the man denied what they accused themselves of.

    Single ladies, don't be discouraged by ten in a million bad marriages that you see or read online, they are among the few.
    Millions of people are having a happy and peaceful homes. You can't see nor read it online because the devil has a target, and his target is to destroy the Institution of Holy Matrimony because it was ordained by God Himself.
    Marriage is holy and a sacred institution founded by the Creator.

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  37. E clear say na the woman dey marry the man. Him see escape route and him grab am

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  38. Very time Igando dis Igando dat.
    Na wah oooo.

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  39. Singing: when Jesus is in the family, happy, happy home...When Satan is in the family, disgrace up and down, disgrace up and down....

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  40. Singing: when Jesus is in the family, happy, happy home...When Satan is in the family, disgrace up and down, disgrace up and down....

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  41. WHY are d igbos so sentimental on ds blog, open tribalism, stinkingly obvious. U wnt uus to gerara here for u?

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  42. Imagine cheating in your matrimonial home? Who does that?

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