Man Sues Wife For Receiving Phone Calls At Odd Hours

A 47-year-old businessman has sued his wife of 11 years at an Igando Customary Court in Lagos seeking for the dissolution of his marriage with his wife over her alleged infidelity and receiving telephone calls from men at odd hours.

Joseph Alimi is seeking to end marriage over his wife’s alleged adulterous life.

“My wife is cheating on me, she receives calls from men at odd hours,” he said.

According to Alimi, who accused his wife of going out and returning at will, also claimed that her wife abandoned her matrimonial home for one year. “My wife abandoned me and the children for one year for an unknown destination; she came back and left for another seven months,” he added.

“She was always going to parties and spending days before coming back”. According to the businessman, his wife and a son she had from another man joined group of gang to attack him in his church with cutlass, rods and other dangerous weapons.

“My step-son that I trained came to my church with his gang in order to beat me up because I beat his mother,” he said.

He urged the court to terminate the marriage, adding that he was no longer in love with his wife.

But the wife, a 40-year-old trader, Folake Alimi, on Wednesday told an Igando Customary Court in Lagos that she caught her husband making love to a girl on their matrimonial bed. The woman said this while responding to a divorce suit filed by her husband whom she accused of cheating on her.

“I came home unannounced and I caught my husband making love to a girl; he jumped up when he noticed my presence. “I also saw him with a woman in a hotel near our house when I went to buy food,” she claimed. He begged me not to expose him because of his position in the church and I kept it a secret,” the wife said.

According to her, the husband was always jealous and had often accused her of dating every man he saw her with. “My husband stopped me from working claiming men are dating me,” she said. The mother of four said that what used to cause their frequent fights was his penchant for buying things for the children of his first wife and ignoring her own.

She begged the court not to grant her husband’s wish for the dissolution of the marriage, claiming that she was still in love with him. The President of the court, Adegboyega Omilola, adjourned the case till June 28 for further hearing

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