Man Asks Court For Divorce Because His Wife Always Removes His Phone Battery
“Although he used to beat me at least twice a week but that of the first day in the New Year was beyond what I can bear.
“I have four children for him and he rarely caters for me and the kids, despite my total submission to him as the head of the family.
“I, therefore, pray the court to separate us as his parents too are not helping matters, due to the support given to him whenever I reported to them about his bad attitude,” Sadiat said.
The husband admitted the allegation, pleading with court to grant the divorce, saying that he was equally not interested in the marriage anymore.
Alade, a battery charger, said his wife Sadiat had been warned several times not to touch his phone battery “because customers would not be able to reach me whenever my handset battery is down.
“ I do not joke with my job and I prefer allowing her to go than doing what will affect my job negatively, so the court should as a matter of urgency grant the dissolution,” Muniru stated.
The president of the court, Chief Mukaila Balogun, according to NAN, wasted no time in dissolving the marriage since both parties had agreed to part ways.
Balogun, however, directed the defendant to take two of the children in his custody while the plaintiff should take care of the other two kids.
He ordered the defendant to be paying N6, 000 as monthly allowance for the two kids in the custody of the plaintiff.