"We enjoyed no intimacy because she cared less about my welfare. She always fought me and constantly deprived me of sex.  
I finally left home because she succeeded in making it inhabitable for me."

Musa Olaibi had dragged his wife, before Oja Oba/Mapo Court C Customary Court, Mapo, Ibadan, Oyo State, seeking for the dissolution of their marriage.

Musa had sought for divorce on the accounts of arrogance, lack of care and deprivation of his conjugal right by his wife.

The plaintiff thus appealed to the court to separate them and grant him custody of their two children.

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The defendant was absent in court after being served a court summon once and court hearing thrice.

Giving his judgment after listening to the plaintiff, the court president, Chief Ademola Odunade stated that it was obvious the love between them had waned.

He added that the defendant’s refusal to come to court showed she was no longer interested in their marriage.

Ruling, he dissolved their marriage and gave custody of their two kids to the defendant while the plaintiff was directed to pay the sum of N10, 000 through the court as their children’s feeding allowance.

He was also mandated to be in charge of their education and health care.