A middle-aged man has told a Nyanya Customary Court, Abuja, that his wife demands money before allowing him to make love to her, applies juju on her private part, and accused her of being involved in human trafficking.
Simon Akor stated these when he testified in a divorce petition against his wife, Patricia on Tuesday, August 9th.
"My wife always says I must give her money before I enter inside her buttocks, sometimes when I have money, I give her. Whenever am angry about it and talk to her about it, she will say that all her friends collect money from their husbands before their husbands can get into them," he said.
Mr. Akor also claimed that Patricia, a business woman, rubs juju on her private part before making love to him and when he confronted her, she said it was the native doctor that gave it to her.
"That the native doctor instructed her to always rub it before making love to me, so that even if I drive her out of my house, I will not be able to perform with another woman. Whenever my wife rubs that oily substance in her private part and I make love to her, my penis will become very weak. I will not be able to do anything again," he said.
The petitioner said that his wife invited the native doctor to live with them without his permission, because the native doctor saw "darkness in their home" and had come to dispel it.
Mr Akor also told the court that his wife was into human trafficking, adding that she used to bring girls to people in Abuja. He told the court that his wife chased him out of the house, adding that he was no longer interested in the marriage.
However, Patricia denied the allegations, adding that they pull resources to buy the house. The presiding officer, Everyman Eleanya, advised the couple to reconcile.
"You can’t force the court to divorce you, this is a court of justice, we are going to give you room for reconciliation. This is not because of you or your wife but because of your children. You should consider your children before you take certain decision in life," Eleanya said.
He urged the petitioner’s sister, Mary Akor, who was also present in court to try and reconcile his brother and his wife. He further advised her to “explore every possible means, including her church to bring peace and love between them’
The case was adjourned till Sept. 5, for the report of settlement.
Source: The Nation