“I spent a lot of money on you and your family. I also gave you 85,000 naira, bought some gift wraps and even helped your parents on the farm, as such you cannot leave the marriage .
PMEXPRESS reports that it was the submission of a beleaguered husband, Sani Idris, whose wife, Maryam Abdulmalik, was dragged to court to seek the dissolution of their two-year-old marriage in the state of Nasarawa.
The housewife, Mrs. Maryam Abdulmalik, has filed a complaint in Mararaba Regional Court, Nasarawa State, asking the court to dissolve the marriage because she no longer loves the husband and wants to continue her life so to have peace.
An embittered Mrs. Maryam said she married Sani in January 2020 under Islamic laws in Rugan Maliki, Mararaba Gurku, Nasarawa State and lived with him for a year and a few months, but that he didn’t care about her.
“I am ready to pay for my redemption in accordance with the procedures and practices of Islamic law because I have no feelings for him anymore,” she said.
She begged the Court to dissolve their union so that they separate.
Husband, Sani, who was present in court, pleaded with his wife, Maryam, not to divorce him stating that he still loves her and will take care of her as it will be a huge loss for him as he has spent a lot silver. about her and her family.
The presiding judge, Malam Mohammed Jibril, ordered Maryam to return the 85,000 naira her ex-husband gave her, including the wrappers he bought her as a gift.
The judge also ordered Sani to allow his wife, Maryam, to remove her belongings from her house and adjourned the case for judgment on the dissolution of the marriage.