Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Court dissolves 3-year-old marriage over wife’s ‘hot temper’

Ilorin – An Ilorin Area Court on Wednesday, dissolved the three-year-old marriage between 

Mustafa Kudus and Saidat Mustafa over the latter’s hot temper.

Kudus, 40, a resident of Gambari Area, Ilorin, had earlier prayed the court to dissolve his marriage to Saidat, due to her ‘uncontrollable hot nature’.
The plaintiff told the court that his wife gets provoked easily and reacts negatively to everything around her.
“My wife has fought with every member of our neighbourhood and family friends, due to her uncontrollable aggression,” he said.
He cited an instance when his wife grabbed his cloth in the presence of her friends, accusing him of not giving her enough money to buy foodstuff.
According to him, their marriage was contracted in 2010 and had produced one male child, Sheriff.
“My Lord, I want an end to this marriage because I cannot cope with a woman that lacks calmness and can’t control her temperament,” said the complainant.
The defendant did not object to the prayer of the plaintiff but said her husband complained a lot.
Sa’idat prayed the court to grant the prayer of her husband without any claim.
The presiding Judge, Mr Yusuf Abdulkareem dissolved the marriage and issued a certificate of divorce to the plaintiff.
Also a  housewife, Memunat Rasheed of Ganmo Area , Ilorin, on Wednesday told an Ilorin Area Court that her husband, Rasheed Isiaka was stingy.
The 30-year-old woman prayed the court to dissolve her four-year-old marriage to Isiaka, due to his stingy nature.
The plaintiff told the court that her husband was stingy to her and their two children, and that he hardly provided for their needs.
“My husband will at times satisfy himself at the cafeteria before coming home and will refuse to cater for me and my children,” she said.
According to her, their marriage was contracted in 2009 and has produced two male children, Ibrahim and Kazeem.
“My Lord, I want an end to this marriage because I cannot continue to live with a man that is selfish and stingy to his family,” said the complainant.
The defendant objected to the prayer of his wife, saying that he was still interested in the marriage.
“My wife doesn’t know how to manage and that is the reason I always feel reluctant to give her everything at ones,” he said.
Isiaka promised to change and give to his family more than necessary in order to make his wife and children happy.
He prayed the court for an adjourned date for him to make a reconciliatory move.
The presiding Judge, Mr Yusuf Abdulkareem adjourned the case to Dec.5 for a report of settlement or continuation of hearing. (NAN)
Source:Vanguard

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