MAUDREN BEMPONG
V.
KWAKU BREMPONG

(2016) JELR 107790 (HC)    
High Court  ·  SUIT NO: BDMC 215/2014 ·  15 Mar 2016 ·  Ghana
CORAM
HAFISATA AMALEBOBA
Core Terms Beta
respondent
petitioner
parties
marriage
evidence
court
loan
medication
matrimonial home
29th november
petitioner’s testimony
ghana cedis
sexual relations
arrears of the loan
counsel
dissolution of the marriage
fertility problems
marriage certificate number ffcm
matrimonial causes act
sections
account of the respondent
acquisition of her loan stand
case of the petitioner
community health nurse
fact
fertility treatments
financial resources
further order
high blood pressure
initial position
loan of ghc
marriage certificate
marriage ordinance
matrimonial cause
own testimony
pay counsel
petition
petitioner’s failure
plaintiff’s petition
respondent pays
respondent’s testimony
respondent talks
service of the petition
sexual advances
testimony of the petitioner
wife

JUDGMENT: 

The Petitioner and Respondent were married at Family Bible Church.  Mateheko, Accra under the Marriage Ordinance 1884 – 1985 (Cap 127), on  29th November 2008. 

The wife- petitioner issued this Petition against her husband, the Respondent seeking a dissolution of the marriage on the ground that same has broken down beyond reconciliation. She seeks a further order that the Respondent pays off the loan she took for and on his behalf, from the Ghana Commercial  Bank. 

The case of the Petitioner is that Respondent who had fertility problems before  the marriage was contracted kept same from her, and she spent her money  in her attempts to assist him resolve the problem by taking him to various  health facilities. However the Respondent refused to take his medication, and further refuses to have sexual relations with her, and on account of the Respondent’s behavior, she cannot reasonably be expected to live with him.  Further she contended that the Respondent has failed to repay a …

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