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An Idi-Ogungun Customary Court at Agodi in Ibadan had disintegrated a seven-year-old marriage between Samuel Adeboye and his wife, Temitope, over the lady’s battering by the second wife of Samuel.

The President of the court, Chief Mukaila Balogun, driving different assessors — Aare Samotu and Ganiyu Alao — gave the decision, saying the two gatherings can never again live respectively calmly as a couple.

“Proof of gathering have demonstrated that affection does not exist between them; also, the respondent has consented to the disintegration of the union as asked for by his antagonized wife.


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“In view of this confirmation, the marriage is along these lines broke down and the authority of the two offspring of the union is to stay with the offended party (Temitope).

The court ruled that “The respondent ought to furthermore pay N7,000 month to month by means of the court registry as sustaining recompenses for the two children,”

Ealier, Temitope, who recorded the suit, said her better half’ second wife dependably beat her whenever their husband was not around.

She additionally blamed the respondent for supporting the second spouse at whatever point she (Temitope) griped over the beating.

“My significant other was in help of the mercilessness I got from his second wife and never denounced his second wife’s wrongdoing.


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“Rather, he would request that I beat her consequently in spite of my ill-wellbeing and the huge stature of his second wife, ”

She additionally blamed her significant other for not playing out his duty as a father for the two kids, saying she is exclusively in charge of their welfare.

With all due respect, Adeboye denied the charges, however asked the court to maintain the separation ask for being looked for by his better half.

He portrayed the offended party as a troublesome wife, who scarcely obeys directions or regards him.

She sells ogogoro (local gin) and I have cautioned her to suspend that business yet she can’t; along these lines, the court should isolate us since I can’t adapt to a lady that has declined to obey me.” (NAN)

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