Stella Dimoko Man Says He Will Die If He Gives Wife Money And Begs Court To End His 16-Year Old Marriage


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Thursday, February 15, 2018

Man Says He Will Die If He Gives Wife Money And Begs Court To End His 16-Year Old Marriage

A 55-year-old fashion designer, Stephen Enebeli, told an Igando Customary Court in Lagos on Thursday that he would die if he gave money to his wife for the upkeep of the family.

Enebeli said this when he responded to a divorce petition by his wife, Eunice, alleging lack of care for his children.

“I stopped giving her money for feeding and school fees of our children when she started living with another man. In my tradition, if a woman marries another husband legally or illegally and the former husband still gives her money for the welfare of the children, he will die and I am not ready to die now,” he said.

The respondent said that his wife sent him packing from their matrimonial home and that he was presently squatting with friends. He begged the court to grant him the custody of the children so that he could train them. “I don’t want another man to father or train my children while I am alive,” he said.

Eunice had urged the court to terminate their 16-year-old marriage for lack of care. My husband is an irresponsible husband and father. “While he was still living with me, he refused to pay house rent, feeding or school fees of the children, I shouldered all the responsibilities. I bought him a motlaunderingorcycle in addition to his fashion designing work so that he could be supportive but he is just lazy and abandoned the motorcycle,” Eunice said.

The 36-year-old food vendor said that her husband was threatening to poison her.
“Stephen always tells me that he will kill me with poison if I make any attempt to divorce him and that he will marry another wife,” the petitioner alleged. The mother of three pleaded with the court to end the marriage as she was longer in love with him.

Delivering judgment, the court President, Mr Akin Akinniyi, pronounced the marriage between Mrs Eunice Enebeli and Mr Stephen Enebeli dissolved today, and both parties henceforth cease to be husband and wife. The custody of the children should remain with their mother.


*Shout out to all BV's living in Igando!!!


  1. Replies
    1. That man is not serious. You don't want to take care of your family as a whole but the children should be release to you so the issue is taking care of your wife who birthed the children. Ole,Ole o lorun.

    2. @Yemi,u vex for d matter gaan oo,triple O for d man

  2. Igando people una well done o.

  3. Hahahaha shout out to all Igando bveees

  4. Replies
    1. my sista na d only thing I noticed out of the write up. That word is a mouth full

    2. I think it's a Typolaundringraphical error, the word is actually Motorcycle

  5. If it was a Yoruba person you would have seen them menstruating all over the post.
    Especially that old woman that call herself Sandy.
    I thought they said their men are angels that take care of their women.

    1. You sha don't have sense. Does Enebeli sound Igbo to you?

    2. My dear Castle, Enebeli is an Igbo name. And I am Igbo just in case you are wondering.

    3. Enebeli is an Igbo/ibo name. It means when one is tired of looking. It's another word for enekata.

    4. That's a Delta Igbo name, they no like being called Igbos sef. Most usually (emphasis on usually) make bad husbands... That's word on the streets.


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