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Court Sentence a Father to 3-months Imprisonment For Being Irresponsible

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A Sharia Court sitting in Magajin Gari, Kaduna State, has sentenced a father, Usman Abdullahi to three months imprisonment for disobeying court order to provide for his family.

The Judge, Murtala Nasir, had earlier ordered Abdullahi to provide for his family.

He sentenced Abdullahi to one month imprisonment for disobeying Court order or to pay a fine of N10,000.

Nasir also ordered Abdullahi to pay N120, 000 for his family’s upkeep or be sentenced to another two months in the facility.

“The court has given you all the chances to make amends and cater for your family. We have exhausted all the options we have just to enable you to at least provide food and shelter for your family”, the Judge said.

Read Also: Court Send Rapist Suspects To Prison Pending Trial

Earlier, the complainant, Zainab, Abdullahi’s wife told the court that he abandoned her and eight children for more than four years.

“I have been providing for upkeep of the family for about five years. He stopped coming to our house over those years and even married another wife. I begged or divorce and he refused to oblige me.

“Over the years, the landlord has issued us eviction notices”, she said.

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Court Restrains Chevron CMD, Dr. Babalola From Harassing Wife

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Justice Olukayode Ogunjobi of a Lagos High Court has restrained Chevron Nigeria Limited, Chief Medical Director (CMD), Dr.Rotimi Babalola, from evicting his wife, Mrs. Adediwura Adebukola Babalola, from their matrimonial home.

The judge specifically barred Babalola, his servants or workmen from entering, trespassing, or otherwise disturbing the possession of the building at N0. 8, Service Crescent, Cooperative Villa, Badore, Ajah, Lagos pending the hearing and determination of the Motion on Notice filed in the divorce petition filed by his wife.

Read Also: Chevron Director Marriage Turns Messy As Wife Alleges Inhuman Conduct

The judge granted the order after hearing arguments canvassed by the petitioner’s counsel, Adeleke Agbola, who pleaded for accelerated grant of the injunction in view of Babalola’s alleged insistence to evict Adediwura from their matrimonial home.

The motion on notice was adjourned to September 20 when the Lagos State High Court will resume from its annual vacation.

The suit is numbered LD/9231WD/2021

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Chevron Director Marriage Turns Messy As Wife Alleges Inhuman Conduct

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Chief Medical Director of American Oil Producing firm, Chevron Nigeria Limited, Dr. Rotimi Olalekan Babalola has entered drag net of messy divorce suit with his beautiful wife, Mrs. Adediwura Adebukola Babalola.

Adediwura has approached a Lagos High Court for divorce petition praying the court for termination of holy matrimony between the duo.

In the court processes obtained by our correspondent in Suit No: LD/9231WD/2021, Mrs. Babalola brought the petition against her husband on the ground that he has been displaying act of intolerable cruelty and inhuman conduct towards her and the only child of the marriage.

According to the facts in support of the divorce petition, which constitute the grounds upon which the petition was anchored, the respondent (Mr. Babalola) abandoned the matrimonial home since January 1st 2021, leaving the petitioner and the only child in the matrimonial home.

“The respondent has been adamant in his resistance to efforts to reconcile the two parties by their Counsel, A.O Agbola, Esq of Cheakley Chambers and Olusola Idowu (SAN) of Olusola Idowu & Co. for petitioner and Respondent respectively.

“The petitioner contended that the divorce petition became the last option for her when it was apparent that the Respondent was not ready for any peaceful reconciliation coupled with his alleged constant harassment, intimidation, and threat of unlawful forceful eviction from her matrimonial home.

“Following the alleged constant harassment and physical assault on the petitioner by her medical doctor husband, which often left her with bruises, the petitioner has been traumatized and had in the past sought treatment at Chevron Clinic and has also been attended to by a psychologist at Chevron,” the petition reads.

Consequently, the petitioner contended that the respondent has abandoned the matrimonial home since January 2021, the Respondent between April and July 2021, has been coming to the matrimonial home at No 8, Service Crescent Cooperative Villa, Badore Ajah, Lagos and carted away, fridges, freezer gas Cooker, Generator and Solar Panels supplying electricity to the house.

The petitioner further described the conduct of the Respondent towards her and the child of the marriage as wicked, callous, irritational and physically abusive.

Besides seeking the dissolution of the marriage consumated at the Kosofe Local Government Marriage Registry on 9th February 2012, the petitioner is also praying the Court for custody of the child of the marriage; an Order compelling the Respondent to return all the items carted away from the matrimonial home.

In addition, the petitioner is also praying the Court for an order of perpetual injunction restraining the Respondent from interfering with the petitioner’s possession of the matrimonial home at No 8, Service Crescent Cooperative Village, Badore Ajah, Lagos State and order of perpetual injunction restraining the Respondent from coming within one kilometer radius of any house or office premises that may be occupied by the Petitioner and N1,000,000 monthly maintenance among other reliefs

In furtherance of Babalola attack on petitioner, on Saturday he was alleged to have sent suspected soldiers to retrieve a car from Mrs. Babalola, who had earlier reported her husband to the Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team got more that she bargained when fully armed soldiers invaded her matrimonial home around 2.30pm, putting her and her daughter under severe apprehension as they attempted to forcefully retrieve her car on the order of her husband.

The soldiers who did not mince words on their mission told the embattled wife that they were acting on the instructions of her husband.However, reprieve came for Mrs Babalola and her daughter when a good Samaritan, a senior military officer got wind of the invasion of her matrimonial home and challenge the soldiers on their unlawful mission.

According to an eyewitness, the senior officer was said to have asked the soldiers, “who authorized you to be meddling in civilian’s domestic affairs?”

Following the intervention of the senior military officer, the soldiers instantly regretted their action and immediately vacated the scene at No 8, Service Crescent Cooperative Villa, Badore, Ajah, Lagos.

It would be recalled that Mrs. Babalola had earlier reported her husband’s alleged constant harassment, intimidation, assault and threat to the Lagos State Domestic and Violence Response Team which referred the matter to the Divisional Police Officer (DPO), Ajah via a letter dated July 17th 2021.

On account of threat to her life, Checks at the Ajah Divisional Police Headquarters confirmed that the DPO has already invited both Dr and Mrs. Babalola on the matter, as the DPO, was gathered to had warned the husband to stop going to the house and allow peace to reign. As at the press time, the matter is still pending at the police station.

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