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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Wife Who Is Seeking For Divorce Tells Court Neighbours Have Renamed Her ''Titilayo''

A 39-year old wife, Fadekemi Adeleye , on Monday told a Customary Court sitting in Aiyedun-Ekiti, in Ikole Local Government Area that she regretted divorcing her first husband.



Fadekemi lamented that the beating from her present husband, Adeleye Ojo, was worse than that from her former husband.
The estranged wife, who said her husband, (the defendant) would flare-up at the slightest provocation; prayed the court to dissolve her three-year- old marriage.


“I regretted that I took money from my present husband to file a divorce against my former husband.
“I have become a laughing stock in the area we live because of the beating and public disgrace.
“People in our area now call me “Titilayo” meaning “There is joy in beating.”

“My incumbent husband disgraces me in public, accusing me of having extra-marital affairs,” the woman said.

The woman also prayed the court for custody of the only daughter, Precious Adeleye, produced by the union and an order of the court for the release of her property in the man’s house.

The husband,Adeleye Ojo , in his defence denied allegation of constant fighting between him and his wife as well as not caring for the family as claimed by the wife
He said that he was not interested in any divorce as he did not want his daughter to suffer despite his wife’s insisting that she was no longer interested in the union.

The court presided over by a three-man panel reminded Fadekemi of its earlier plea to her that she should allow for a peaceful and an amicable settlement between her and her former husband.

It reminded her that she answered that she was blinded with love then for her new husband.
The court’s president, Mrs Yemisi Ojo, adjourned the case to March 27 for continuation of hearing.

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*And the Judges had to remind her..lol

40 comments:

  1. Marriage issue, why would you collect money from this present husband to fight for ur divorce, it was sweeting you then, carry ur cross.

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    1. A man who gives a lady money to divorce her husband so he can take over, peace will 4eva remain an illusion in his own family.

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  2. hahahahahaha and i have friends bearing Titilayos. So let me tell them that i love beating them whenever i see them.

    Chai now i know the meaning

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  3. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ i no fit laugh at titilayo. The former is better than the latter. This Is a very big lesson to some people that thinks their present situation is the worst. Then try the other then you will testify

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  4. That's a lie, Titilayo means "joy/happiness is forever". This woman is a liar, story sounds silly.

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  5. Ogiri nuo di n'abo omalu nke ka nma.

    So that's the meaning of Titilayo? What a name!

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    1. No darling, it's a beautiful name, don't mind that crazy chick. Bouncing back & forth between husbands, you can tell she's irresponsible.

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    2. Thats not the meaning, dont mind the idiot woman.

      Titilayo means " endless joy".

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    3. So they mean endless beating nah.

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    4. Its a beautiful name TGW, it means 'endless joy/happiness' Titi men's Endless, and Ayo means Joy. I don't understand the women's meaning.. Maybe her neighbours are being sarcastic or something

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    5. Ok thanks everyone. Cos I was wondering o.
      How are u MrsB? Hugs darling😍

      DON,sup?

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  6. Is that the meaning of Titilayo, and people answer it? I dont believe it!!!

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  7. The only word that caught my attention in this story is caring!...
    Why can't men from this part of Nigeria care for their family?...
    Is that too much to do?...
    Just small care and your wife will always be happy with you!...
    On top of it all,you still use her as a punching bag...
    Is that not a demonic act?...
    Now I know why they are called demon!...

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    1. They are not just demons ooo, they are equally scammers.

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    2. Stop been so tribalistic. There are good yoruba men. What is your problem sef?

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    3. D woman is senseless,,,no self respect,, how can he trust u wen he gave u money 2 divorce ur 1st husband...only God knows if it's not anoda man dat gave u money 4 dis case....yeye dey smell..

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  8. Madam, please go back to your former husband, since his own beating was not as much as that of your current husband.By doing this, your name will be changed from Titilayo to Enilolobo.

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  9. From frying pan to fire πŸ”₯. Na wa.

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  10. .......and court never forgets.

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  11. From soak away to katsina dam wia almajiris put all dia iranu.

    Am sure u have learnt ur lesson bu come to tink of it, some women be in love the more wen dia man beats dem


    Mc pinky

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  12. Collected money from another man to divorced your husband and married to him? You must be fornicating long before now.. Brainless woman.

    You never see anything.

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  13. Her sufferness just begin. Irresponsible woman.

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  14. I just need to understand wat marriage is turning into these days, God naa ur hand I dey oh

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  15. From this story, it's obvious she was cheating on her former husband with the present one.

    Moral of the story:
    ___________________________________________.

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  16. You collected money from present husband to divorce the former one?😩. This one is what we call...from frying pan to fire πŸ”₯

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    1. Maybe it's even a new man that's sponsoring the current divorce too...lol...even though part of the 2nd husband's problem might be the paranoia of knowing how she and him started thus the imagination that she is doing same in the.present marriage with him

      But I support her still, cos e no easy to take beating jare

      And the quest for true love must go on...

      Don't worry, madam, there are still caring men in the world..why stay and die?

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  17. Am sure that she is the problem why are marriages did not work, she should go and work on herself first and stop blaming the men

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  18. "Titilayo" crack me up...lol

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  19. The thing I got from this story is she married twice and both times​ she ended up being abused. Marriage comes with no sweetness for so many, couple that with the poverty and hard life and ain't nothing a lot of these wives have to brag about, even the rich ones suffer in their mansions​, no only title only. Some can't even enjoy motherhood because food and money short and the life miserable. Woman marry twice and both times used as punching bag, may God have mercy on the African woman.

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  20. It's when you test 2 husband that you will know the difference......experience they say is the best teacher.....

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