The marriages were registered officially between January and August and the 11 resolved in the same period were at the “edges of collapse”.
“I do not want to leave her. I am not leaving her. My Lord, please help me beg her,” he told the court.
The petitioner told the court that the respondent abandoned their home when the landlord served them a quit notice in 2015.
The legislator added, “It is worth noting that inability of an intended groom to meet up with such unwholesome practices often lead to break-ups in marriages.”
A septuagenarian, Amina Abubakar, has sued a 22-year-old woman, Shamsiya Sa’adu, at a Sharia Court in Magajin Gari, Kaduna, for interfering in her daughter-in-law’s marriage.
The court ruled that the marriage could no longer hold due to fetishness, disrespect, home abandonment, infidelity, quarrels and threat to life.
Widows of late Fuji maestro Skiriku Ayinde Barrister in separate interviews agreed that it was difficult to fill the vacuum left by their late husband.
Olayinka Babatunde did not cite any data in his submission, indicating that he only spoke from his personal observation as a cleric.
In his petition, the man said his wife insisted her mother come for postpartum care after the birth of their child instead of his mother.
An official of the board said couples needs to do whatever it takes to remain married and avoid divorce.