Man Divorces Wife Over Poor Cooking
Ashimiyu, a 54-year-old man has filed for divorce with his wife of 21 years, Aisha due to poor cooking.
According to Ashimiyu, his wife is dirty, refuses to clean the house and also cooks tasteless meals.
“My wife does not know how to cook, her food was always tasteless. Anytime she cooks and I complain about it, she will tell me to cook myself.
I started cooking my food because if I had continued to eat her food, I might have fallen sick.
My wife was very dirty; she will not wash or sweep the house. Everywhere in the house used to smell.
She kept packing used plates for four days or more without washing them and I was always doing the cleaning.
Aisha will go out every Friday and return on Sunday evening. During weekdays, she will leave home by 7AM. and returned at midnight and I dared not query her.
Aisha has turned my children against me, they no longer respect me and she will not allow me to correct them whenever they erred.
On several occasions, my wife and my first son tore my clothes in the public when I wanted to beat him for his wrong doing,” he said.
Aisha, who is a launderer on the other hand refuted the claim that she doesn’t clean the house. She also stated that she doesn’t know the reason why her husband stopped eating at home.
“I do not know why my husband stopped eating my food. I tried my best to give him good food but he was always complaining that my food was tasteless. I was not dirty as I was always cleaning the house,” she said.
Despite all efforts to save the marriage, Ashimiyu insisted on the divorce. The President of the Igando Customary Court, Adegboyega Omilola declared the marriage over.
“Since the petitioner has insisted on divorce after several interventions, the court has no choice than to dissolve the union despite the wife’s claim that she still loves her husband.
The court pronounced the marriage between Ashimiyu A. and Aisha A. dissolved today (Wednesday); both parties, henceforth, ceased to be husband and wife.
Both are free to go their separate ways without any hindrances or molestation,” Omilola ruled.