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IDOWU
V.
IDOWU

(2016) JELR 57864 (HC)    

High Court  ·  ID/182WD/2010 ·  27 Sep 2016 ·  Nigeria

Ratio Decidendi

Core Terms Beta
husband
respondent
1st respondent
evidence
petitioner
2nd respondent
incisional hernia
funmilayo olaleye
jakande estate
mercy day staff quarters
order of this honourable court
pure water
decree of restitution of conjugal rights
exhibit p2
long time
mrs. margaret adenike idowu
sitting room
3rd respondents
lagos state
mr. ademola babatunde idowu
osagie medical centre
photograph of her husband
wings of the house
10th year birthday
1st respondent’s uncle
bank accounts
blue colour
citizens mediation center
daughter lives
description of the house
entire property
exhibit p1
exhibits p1-p23
exhibits p4
following orders
following reasons
last child
late major abiodun sowole
law’s burial
original of the letter
parish church of st. jude
pay slips
phone calls
receipts of the medical bills
room semi
said agent
said petition
sister mrs. joke opako
st. judes church
vehicle license slip of the said vehicle

ADESANYA J. (Delivering the Lead Judgment): By an amended petition dated 3 October 2012, the petitioner, Mrs. Margaret Adenike Idowu, prays the court for a decree of restitution of conjugal rights of the marriage solemnized at the Parish Church of St. Jude’s Ebute-Metta, Lagos State on 17 February 1979 between herself and the respondent, Mr. Ademola Babatunde Idowu.

The facts relied upon for the said petition are as follows:

The respondent refuses to cohabit with, and render conjugal rights to the petitioner who sincerely desires conjugal rights to be rendered to by the respondent and is willing to render conjugal rights to the respondent. The petitioner has not made any written requests to the respondent because of the following reasons:

(I) The respondent still visits flat 2 of plot 4, Mercy Day Staff Quarters, Jakande Estate, Isolo, Lagos, periodically to visit one Funmilayo Olaleye (the mother of four of his children). The petitioner thus approached him physically to plead with him…

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