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In Lagos My wife is fetish, buried charms in my house, man testifies in court

"She had on two occasions unknown to me, took me to spiritualists for black powers, which I refused,’’ he said.

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My wife is fetish, buried charms in my house, man testifies in court

(Drprem)

A 56-year-old civil servant, Adeolu Olatoye, on Wednesday told an Igando Customary Court, Lagos, that his wife, Adebola was fetish and buried charms in front of his house.

Olatoye, who testified in a divorce proceedings, said that his 40 year- old wife was always advising him to seek black powers.

"I caught my wife digging a hole in front of my house and buried many charms.

"She had on two occasions unknown to me, took me to spiritualists for black powers, which I refused,’’ he said.

Olatoye said that his wife was always controlled by her mother and only listen to her mother’s instruction.

"My wife is being controlled by her mother on how to run my house. She used to tell me that her mother is her priority, that I am secondary in her life,’’ the petitioner said.

Olatoye further told the court his wife was ungrateful to him despite the fact that he established her by renting a shop and stocked it with electronics and computer gadgets.

He said that his wife did not open the shop until the rent expires two years after.

He said Adebola was always demanding money from him and whenever he gave her the money she would take it to her mother and asked him for more.

"My wife forcefully collected money from me by violence, take it to her mother and also transferred the food stuff I bought to her.

"There was a time she collected N50, 000 loan on my behalf without my consent for her mother. I paid N75, 000 back to the people she loan the money from.

"I paid the money I know nothing about."

Olatoye pleaded with the court to dissolve his five-year-old marriage because he was tired and was no longer in love.

However, Adebola denied all the allegations that she did not burry anything in her husband's compound neither did she take her husband to any spiritualist.

"I did not burry anything in front of my husband's compound, I am not a fetish person,’’ Adebola said.

The mother of two said that she did not forcefully took any loan for her mother nor transfer any food stuff to her.

Adebola begged the court not to grant her husband's wish because she was still in love with him.
The court adjourned the case to Sept. 16 for judgment.

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