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Man sues wife for adultery, aborting pregnancy

One Abdulwasiu Olasile, has filed for divorce against his wife, Hadiza Kabir, over alleged promiscuity and aborting pregnancy gotten from the act. The petitioner told…

One Abdulwasiu Olasile, has filed for divorce against his wife, Hadiza Kabir, over alleged promiscuity and aborting pregnancy gotten from the act.

The petitioner told the court that he discovered that the mother of his four children was having extra marital affairs in the year 2019 and decid-ed to divorce her.

He said that the respondent refused to leave his house after her three months iddah (waiting) pe-riod and when he wanted to force her out, some family members pleaded on her behalf.

“I was just managing to live with her since I dis-covered that she has continued with her promis-cuous lifestyle.

“I noticed her decision to abort pregnancies that do not belong to me, because I used to ensure I did not ejaculate inside her, each time we had sex” he explained.

The respondent told the court that she was not ready for divorce, saying that she wants to take care of her children in their father’s house.

She said that there was nothing like divorce or observing the iddah (waiting) period, because he had always had sex with her and catered for the family. 

Hadiza Kabir however denied being promiscu-ous, saying that the applicant was just a jealous husband because of the nature of her job.

“I am an attendant at a private hospital and when I am off duty, I wash clothes for people in the neighbourhood, just to meet up with our needs.

“I had a miscarriage recently and was discussing it with a male friend on the phone when my husband overheard us and recorded our discus-sion.

“The man was just a friend and nothing more,” she said.

The presiding Judge, Hammad Ajumonbi said that there was need to clear the misunderstand-ing about the miscarriage issue, especially when the applicant accepted that he had different sex-ual intercourse with her.

Ajumonbi however said that the applicant has unquestionable right to divorce but should do that in a way that would not be of problem to the children in the future.

He adjourned the case until June 5, for hearing.

 

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