According to her, whenever she refused to feed Akinatyo, he would break her shop and steal money and other valuable things from it.
She further told the court that since she left her husband’s home, he had been threatening and cursing her through text messages.
She said, “I was enduring his cruelty to me until my parents advised me to leave him and watch whether he would change. He is a wicked man. He is a heavy drinker. He stole my panties and cut my hair. I don’t want him again, please separate us.”
Akintayo was not in the court to defend himself.
The president of the court, therefore, ordered the bailiff in the court to serve him with the judgment of the court.