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Friday, 23 December 2016

Marriage Crashes , After wife sowed the car gotten for her by her husband as a seed to the pastor

In spite of a wife's passionate plea to the court to save her 18yrs old marriage, an Agege Customary Court, Lagos granted the prayers of her 50-year-old husband and businessman, Kingsley Onyenobi, and dissolved the marriage.

The estranged husband said he bought a brand new car for her only for her to give out the car to her church pastor on the pretext of “sowing seed”.

The court ruled that the husband's allegations of infidelity and threat to his life brought against the wife were weighty enough to warrant the dissolution of the marriage.

The President of the court, Phillip Williams, who handed down the verdict, said he was convinced that the couple could no longer live together as husband and wife.

He ruled, “The two of you should go your separate ways without any molestation or harassment.

“The court has no choice than to dissolve the union in spite of the fact that the wife still claims she loves her husband.”

The estranged husband had on February 11 filed a petition against his wife, Chioma, citing lack of care, infidelity and threat to life.

The mother of two, who is also a businesswoman, denied the allegations and pleaded with the court not to dissolve the marriage, saying “I still love my husband.”

She said, “Please help me to beg him, I am not ready to leave my husband because I still love him.”

Earlier, the estranged husband had told the court that the wife had not given him peace of mind. He described her as careless and uncaring as her attitude led to the death of their set of twins.

He said he bought a brand new car for her only for her to give out the car to her church pastor on the pretext of “sowing seed”.

“I injected millions of naira into her business and she could not give proper account till date; my wife is wasteful.’’

NAN reports that in her defence, the wife told the court when she went for her church convention and the 'Holy Spirit' told her not to go back home with all she brought to the venue.

She said, “So, l left my car, jewellery and other things for the church.’’

She said she could not stay at home most of the time because of the spiritual war her husband and his family had been waging against her.

“My pastor advised me to leave the house for some time.”

But the judge believes the wife's excuses are not tenable, hence the marriage was dissolved. Sigh!


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