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Woman seeks divorce in court, claims husband has a fetish

11 March 2016, 17:33

Lagos - A trader, Raimotu Jubril, on Friday appealed to an Orile Agege Customary Court to dissolve her 24-year-old marriage to Taiwo over an alleged fetish that the man has.

"My husband has a fetish, he rubs his male organ with a substance whenever he wants to make love to me," Raimotu, 41, said.

Raimotu, a Lagos resident, said that it was when she complained and insisted that her husband stopped using the substance.

"He beats me at will and does not allow me to go out, neither did he allowed my family to visit me, it was as if I was in prison while in his house.

"He comes home late at night and would not tell me his where about. I left his house since 2009 and I want a divorce," she said.

The mother of three told the court that her husband was a womaniser and he had married another wife.

Also read: 9ice slams ex-wife's claim

Taiwo (44), a mechanic, has denied the claims.

"My wife denied me sex for one and half years and because of this, I did a love charm to win her back.

"The love charm was the substance I used to rub my male organ whenever I wanted to have sex with her.

"I am not a womaniser, it was her nonchalant attitude that led me into the arms of another woman," Taiwo said.

He told the court that he still want his wife back and beg for his wife return.

The court President, Dr Kayode Whenu, told the couple to maintain the peace, and adjourned the case till April 5 for further hearing. 


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