DAILY POST gathered that Sherifat, who works with Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, had asked the court to dissolve her marriage to Ogunsanya.
Sherifat was quick to respond that the condom was a gift from health workers, who were campaigning against unwanted pregnancy.
The petitioner had told the court that pressure from her husband had made her hypertensive and she had, therefore, decided to bow out of the marriage.
She said, “He usually finds a way to create disagreement between us, which has resulted in high blood pressure for me. He is a troublemaker and never cares for the children in the marriage. Please help me appeal to him to allow us live separately. We built our first house together but I am the sole owner of the second house. I am tired of him.”
But a weeping Ogunsanya maintained that he was a caring father to his children, as well as to his wife who was seeking for divorce.
The respondent said he had evidence to prove that his wife was having extramarital affairs, despite his efforts to ensure comfort for his family.
President of the court, Chief Ademola Odunade after listening to the two parties, then adjourned the case till October 8, 2018 for further hearing.
Odunade explained that the long date was fixed to allow the couple’s grown-up children intervene in the crisis and possibly resolve it.
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