“My Husband Is Slowing My Economic Breakthrough” – Woman Tells Court


Mrs Kafila Ogunsina, a mother of four, on Thursday, prayed an Ile-tuntun Customary Court in Ibadan, to dissolve her 12-year marriage to Rafiu, on the grounds that he was slowing her “economic breakthrough”.

Kafilat, a seamstress, told the court that she had not made any financial headway since she married Rafiu,12 years ago.

“Ever since I stepped into Rafiu’s house as a wife, nothing has worked for me. I have remained stagnant; moreover, he beats me like a slave.

“Rafiu also destroyed the little property I took into his house,” Kafilat explained.

Giving evidence before the court, Rafiu, however, opposed the dissolution of the marriage, but did not deny the allegations leveled against him.

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Rafiu, a bricklayer, simply asked the court to help him plead with his wife not to abandon him.

“Please my lord, don’t separate us. She is my life, she is a good homemaker.

“I might never be able to get anyone like her,” Rafiu said.

The President of the court, Chief Henry Agbaje, advised the petitioner to exercise more patience.

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Agbaje directed the embattled couple to produce their relatives in court at the next sitting and adjourned the case until Aug. 13 for judgment.


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