My Husband Is Not A Businessman, “HE IS A THIEF,” Wife Tells Court.

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WAHALA DEY OOOOOOO for this thing called marriage, with the rate at which divorce cases are heard everyday, one would wonder if the institution will survive till the next century.

This was brought to the fore recently when an enraged housewife, Mary Gbadamosi, described her husband of twenty years as a criminal and a serial pickpocket before a customary court in Ibadan, Oyo State.
“My husband is a criminal, a serial pickpocket. I did not know I am married to a thief,” the woman told an Ibadan Customary Court.
Mary, who is married to an Ibadan-based businessman, Mr. Ibrahim Gbadamosi, said she was deceived into marrying him for about 20 years unknown to her that the man is a criminal. “Neither Ibrahim nor his friends told me that he was a criminal until he was jailed at Ile-Oluji in Ondo State.
“There was a time I sold some of my property to secure his bail until I got to know that he was a serial pickpocket and “My Lord, Ibrahim is yet to pay my bride price,” she also told the court.
Her husband, Mr. Gbadamosi had approached a Mapo Customary Court in Ibadan seeking the dissolution of the union, accused his wife, Mary of infidelity and attempting to kidnap him, but the table turned against him when the visibly very angry wife damned all the consequences to open up on whom she thinks her husband has been for the past 20years of their union, accusing him of being a thief and not a businessman as she has been made to believe for the 20yrs of their marriage.
She says, “My Lord, although, I have agreed to part ways with Ibrahim, I must reveal some hidden truths’ about this man that calls himself a businessman. “I never knew what he was doing for a very long time and I became very uncomfortable with his lifestyle. “All I knew was that security operatives used to come and arrest him and his friends used to run from one place to another to gather money for his release.”
The estranged wife, who said she would not object to the request of her husband for the dissolution of the marriage, described it as good riddance to bad rubbish. “He doesn’t worth it; let him go,” Mary said.

The President of the court, Mr. Ademola Odunade while adjourning the case to Nov. 28, asked the couple to continue to be of good behaviour.