Played by Love Woman seeks divorce from abusive husband

The complainant alleged that her husband impregnated another woman whom he introduced as his sister.

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A woman identified as Francisca Obeji, has asked an Igando Magistrate's Court, to grant her request to end the marriage with her abusive husband, who reportedly impregnated his sister at their matrimonial home.

The husband, Ezekiel Obeji, allegedly brought his so-called sister to their home exactly four months after their wedding ceremony.

Speaking at the court, the complainant revealed that her husband stopped having sexual intercourse with her three months into the marriage.

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“My husband, who married me as a virgin, stopped making love to me three-months after our wedding."

“Four-months into our wedding, he brought a young woman home and introduced her to me as his `sister’."

“He told me that she would be living with us and I accepted, because I didn’t know all his siblings."

“After some months, this his ‘sister’ got pregnant and my husband ran away with her to an unknown destination and sublet our apartment to another tenant without my knowledge."

“I had to vacate the apartment that day as the new tenant moved in immediately my husband absconded."

According to Francisca, her husband had showed no gratitude to her for the efforts she made to change his financial status.

She is of the belief that he never loved her, also alleging that he married her because of her wealth.

“Ezekiel is ungrateful and I now know that he never truly loved me; he was only after my money."

“When he approached me for marriage, he was jobless, but when he pleaded with me to allow him join me in my business, I accepted."

“After our wedding, he took over the business from me”, she said.

Adegboyega Omilola, the court president asked the complainant to submit an affidavit of service to enable him deliberate on the matter in the absence of the defendant, who has never been part of the court session.

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