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My wife wants money before we have consensual sex – Ekiti Prince seeks divorce

A man has asked the court to dissolve his marriage with her wife, claiming that she demands money before making out.

Mr. Adegbenga Dada, a marine engineer and prince from Eruku in Kwara State’s Ekiti Local Government Area, filed suit before the Kwara High Court in Ilorin.

Dada is seeking the dissolution of his 28-year-old marriage to Roseline Dada over an allegation of adultery.

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He said that his wife is promiscuous, which has interfered with her household tasks, and that she has involved the help of their female children by sending them on errands to collect money from her numerous male acquaintances.

“My wife abandoned our bedroom and packed to the guest room,” Adegbenga, claimed. She would insist unless I issue a cheque for a substantial amount, she would not succumb to my sexual advances. Any failure to issue a cheque will result in total denial.

“The marriage has broken down because my wife and I are no longer able to sit down together to discuss our lives and that of our children.”

He also asked the court to give him custody of the union’s three children.

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Roseline refuted the claims while accusing her husband of infidelity in her response.

She, on the other hand, stated that she was not opposed to the divorce but asked the court to award her part ownership of their Lagos building, which she claimed was a collaborative endeavor between her and the petitioner.

During the trial, the petitioner’s lawyer, Mr. Josiah Adebayo, stated that the nude pictures of the respondent with a lover obtained from her phone were retrieved to give weight to the case, not to mock her.

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In her decision, Justice S.T Abdulqadri allowed the dissolution of the marriage, stating that she believed the evidence put before the Court on the respondent’s charges of infidelity to be credible.

She determined that the respondent, Mrs. Dada, did not have joint ownership of a Lagos state residential property with the petitioner.

The court, however, refused to give either of the parties custody of the three children of the 28-year marriage, ruling that the children are adults over the age of 20.

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