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My wife sleeps with her ex-lover, man tells Court

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My wife sleeps with her ex-lover, man tells Court

An Ibadan-based salesman, Subar Ibrahim, on Wednesday prayed a Mapo Customary Court in Ibadan to dissolve his three- year-old marriage with Rukayat, on grounds of infidelity and threat to life.

Narrating his ordeal before Chief Ademola Odunade, the President of the court, Ibrahim, alleged  that he had explored all other possibilities of changing his wife, but she has not changed.

The complainant, who lives in Ile-Eja area of Ibadan, said: ”before the birth of our child, I caught Rukayat in a compromising position with the man she last dated before me.

“She said that she did what she did because she wanted to find out the reason why she has not been able to get pregnant in a long while.

“I was sad at first but she apologised and I forgave her,. I also kept it a secret between us.

“I later realised that Rukayat continued to bring different men to my home each time I travel on business trip to Kano State.

“Rukayat has also exhibited her jealous spirits on many occasions. She has called my boss and female colleagues in the office, cursing and embarrassing them.

In her response, the defendant opposed the suit, but did not react to most of the allegations levelled against her.

Rukayat, who resides in Oke-Ado area in Ibadan, however, agreed that she has many male friends on Facebook.

“Please, I have nowhere to go, don’t separate us,” Rukayat pleaded.

However, Odunade dissolved the union, adding that Rukayat could not prove her innocence.

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He awarded custody of the one-year-old child to the defendant and directed the plaintiff to pay N5,000 as the child’s monthly feeding allowance.

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Lighter Mood: The Neighbour’s White Goat!

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*1. The moment I knew Nigeria was in trouble was when someone stole his neighbor’s white goat and dyed it black, only for the neighbor to say he recognized the goat by it’s smile.*

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*2. The best strategy to win arguements is to have serious mouth odour, they will just be nodding their head in agreement.*

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*3. I don’t like people who can’t let go of the past – especially people I owe money.*

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*4. Hmmm ….. When NEPA takes light, a true Nigerian will stand up and check outside, to make sure their neighbors don’t have light too! And you believe, you will make Heaven abi.*

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*5. You will buy sachet water and finish it at once. But when you buy bottle water, you will be opening and closing it as if it’s doctor’s prescription.*

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*6. At home you can’t sleep without switching off ‘ur small radio but you can sleep in Church with eight speakers blasting in ‘ur ear … it is called Demonic soft work.*

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*7. In Africa once your phone rings in the church or mosque, everybody will start looking at you as if Satan is the one calling.* 😄😄😄😄

*8. I still don’t understand how Nigerian Cockroaches survive inside microwave, gas cooker oven, etc. You will be warming food and you will see them walking inside like Shedrack, Meshack & Abednego.* 🙄🙄 *Maybe they also serve a Mighty God.*

*Anybody with an explanation?*😜😜😜

*Please, put a smile 😊🙂😉🙂😘 on someone’s face to calm down tension caused by Political Jobbers and other stress.* 😁😁

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Yemisi Owoeye

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LIGHTER MOOD: Pocket-induced Common Sense…!

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Sometimes, when what is laudable is not practicable, Commonsense simply takes over!

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Pilgrimage: Participation May Slide As Adamawa Announces N4.679m For 2024 Hajj

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…Executive Secretary blames increment from N2.89m on rising operational costs, exchange rate fluctuations and inflation

Participation at the 2024 Pilgrimage in Adamawa may shrink as the State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Commission has announced N4.679 million fare, for this year’s Hajj.

What goes for Adamawa, may similarly affect the other states of the country, as hajj fare in 2023 was only N2.89 million.

The Executive Secretary of the commission, Malam Abubakar Salihu, made the announcement at a news briefing on Tuesday in Yola.

Salihu attributed the increment in the Hajj fare to rising operational costs, exchange rate fluctuations and inflation.
He said that the decision was made after careful consideration and consultations with relevant stakeholders.
According to him, the commission is committed to providing the best possible services, while ensuring transparency and accountability in the utilisation of the funds.

He called on intending pilgrims to always adhere to the rules and regulations both in Nigeria and Saudi Arabia to enhance a hitch-free and successful pilgrimage.

Salihu also stressed the need for intending pilgrims to comply with the procedures and protocols established by the commission.
He emphasised the importance of continuous orientation and education for the intending pilgrims.

The executive secretary reiterated his commitment to ensuring a successful and memorable Hajj pilgrimage for the intending pilgrims in the state.

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