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Man wants Divorce because his Wife Can’t Cook

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Man wants Divorce because his Wife Can’t Cook

Adenike Akindude

A man Ajumoti Ajibola, on Friday 16th June 2017 approached the Customary Court Idi-Ogungun, Agodi Ibadan, asking that his three-year-old marriage be dissolved because his wife, Bolaji, cannot cook a decent meal.

He also explained to the court that his wife is disobedient as she does not obey his instructions. He also added that she doesn’t do her domestic chores.

He testified before the court that:“She is not respectful and her mother, who is in the position to correct her mistake, always supports her whenever I report my wife to her.

“Also she cannot prepare a decent meal and I can no longer eat tasteless meal, so the court should end our union of three years, to enable me marry a woman that can cook good food for me,’’ he pleaded.

The wife, who is the defendant told the court that they got married in a court she said: “Though I agreed with the dissolution of the marriage, we did court marriage at Ibadan North Local Government Registry when we married,’’ Bolaji said.


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Man wants Divorce because his Wife Can’t Cook

Adenike Akindude

A man Ajumoti Ajibola, on Friday 16th June 2017 approached the Customary Court Idi-Ogungun, Agodi Ibadan, asking that his three-year-old marriage be dissolved because his wife, Bolaji, cannot cook a decent meal.

He also explained to the court that his wife is disobedient as she does not obey his instructions. He also added that she doesn’t do her domestic chores.

He testified before the court that:“She is not respectful and her mother, who is in the position to correct her mistake, always supports her whenever I report my wife to her.

“Also she cannot prepare a decent meal and I can no longer eat tasteless meal, so the court should end our union of three years, to enable me marry a woman that can cook good food for me,’’ he pleaded.

The wife, who is the defendant told the court that they got married in a court she said: “Though I agreed with the dissolution of the marriage, we did court marriage at Ibadan North Local Government Registry when we married,’’ Bolaji said. 


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