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7-Day Marathon Sex Leads To Divorce

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By Chuks Ekpeneru

For fear of money rituals and a seven-day marathon sex without gap, one Basirat Adeyoyin has obtained divorce in her ten years old marriage with Adeyoyin Niyi.

The divorce was granted by a Mapo Customary Court in Ibadan, presided over Chief Ademola Odunade.

The court decided to end the marriage for fear it could lead to something more disastrous.

The custody of the two children was awarded the plaintiff and the respondent ordered to pay N10,000 as the children’s monthly feeding allowance.

The court also ordered Niyi to be responsible for their education and other welfare.

In her earlier account, Basirat, a resident of Olonsogo-Molete, told the court that she was calling it quits with her husband because “he was making a desperate effort to use her for money ritual’’.

The businesswoman added that she first notice this when her husband did not show any regret after she lost her last pregnancy due to too many sexual activities with him.

“Suddenly in 2018, Niyi came home one night and told me that he received a message that he must have seven-day marathon sex with me without a gap of any day.

“I read no meaning to it and I allowed him until there was a problem.

“I was already carrying a three-month-old pregnancy before that time and on the second day of the marathon sex, I lost the pregnancy.

“I took care of myself in the hospital only for Niyi to come home to start requesting for the continuation of the seven-day marathon sex even when I was still bleeding.

“Then, I consulted my parents and relatives and from every indication, we discovered that he was trying to use me for money ritual,” Basirat said.

The respondent did not deny the allegation of the marathon sex but chose to raise new issues altogether and agreed to the request of the estranged wife for divorce.

He accused the plaintiff of being too troublesome for him and was a careless housewife.

“Even if this court would dissolve my marriage, I pray to be given custody of the two children because Basirat cannot take care of them.

“One of the young boys in our neighbourhood raped our first child and she did not tell me about the incident.

“My lord, it was because she often overstays in the market that such a thing could happen,” Niyi added.

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