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Saturday, September 17, 2016

Wife Tells Court ''My Husband Is Still Under His Mother’s Tutelage''

A housewife, Iyabo Olatunji , has told an Akure Customary Court that her husband, Ezekiel, is still under his mother’s tutelage.




Iyabo, made the disclosure while testifying in a divorce proceeding against her yesterday, saying that “my husband was working by her directive.
“It is my mother-in-law that gives us food and my husband will not do anything except waiting for the mother’s money.

“The worst part is that my mother-in-law will not caution her son to stop beating me,’’ she said.
She begged the court to dissolve her five-year-old marriage to Ezekiel for alleged intake of excessive alcohol.
The complainant said that she could no longer tolerate the constant beating she got whenever her spouse was drunk.

According to her, the alcoholic intake has rendered the respondent irrational in the way he treats her.
She therefore urge the court to award custody of the only child of marriage to her.

Ruling on the case, the President of the court, Mr Rotimi Olusanya, said the repeated refusal of the respondent appearance in court would not stop the proceedings.

Olusanya adjourned the case till Sept. 27 for judgment.

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21 comments:

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    1. He beats her.
      His mum feeds them.
      He is a drunk.
      And possibly a cheat.

      I don't blame the wife for wanting out.

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  2. Imagine a grown up ass still waiting mummy to bring food
    Mummy's boy in d highest order

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  3. Hmmmm marriages nowadays. Abeg they should grant you divorce

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  4. lolzz mama's boy mamma's b-o-y!! just remembered the song now..dunno why I have random access memories..Jeez we need to pray for our men cause they are not taking responsibilities anymore..dunno if its the water or food affecting their brain..keep raising a generation of mama's boy..Abeg ladies check well before you accept the 'bling bling'

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  5. Stella I think say na Igando again o. This one na real mummy's boy. God forbid

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  6. #You will never be able to escape from your heart. So it’s better to listen to what it has to say*

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  7. mummy's boy! Omo get inside hubby. am sure the mother married her for him.

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  8. Na so! thats how one came to marry himself and not me, me: i want to cook soup and buy some other food stuff for the house, him: go to my mummy's house and eat and collect whatever you need. Imagine talk.. He gambles, everytime 2089 chai! And i put 2088.. Mehn! The baggage was too much biko. Worst of it all, he beat me and that was it, thank God i took my time to know him and wasn't carried just to marry. My yeye friend is saying am too selective, wetin girls dey find, omo! I dash any girl wey want biko. Dey neva grind beans finish, moi-moi don dey small.

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  9. O not Igando, better to divorce than end time stories.

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  10. Abeg make the man go find work do jorjor. Next pls

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