Courtroom dissolves 14-year marriage for infidelity

Agency reporter

An Ile-Tuntun custom court in Ibadan on Wednesday dissolved a 15-year marriage between a mechanic, Adeyemi Bamigbola, and his wife, Bidemi, on alleged infidelity.

The president of the court, Chief Henry Agbaje, said he had severed the relationship between Bidemi and Bamigbola in the interests of peace.

Agbaje gave Bidemi custody of the two children and asked Bamigbola to pay N 10,000 as a monthly maintenance allowance for the children.

Prior to this, Bamigbola had appealed to the court for a divorce because his wife was an unrepentant adulterer.

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She was once arrested by the Oyo police with her lover, popularly known as Jomo.

Bidemi, a businesswoman, accused her husband of being irresponsible.

“Bamigbola did not take care of the two children and me. When our landlord tried to evict us for not paying the rent, I was given a loan to pay off the debt.

“Worst of all, Bamigbola is a ruthless drunk and a womanizer.

“He brings women to our marriage bed and vomits in the room when he’s hungover,” said Bidemi.


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