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I’m not impotent, I impregnated three ladies, man counters wife in court



A trader , Beauty Odinye , on Wednesday urged a Mapo Customary Court in Ibadan to dissolve her 12 – year marriage to her husband , Nathaniel Odinye , over his alleged ‘ impotence and irresponsibility. ’

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the husband is also accusing the wife of being an unrepentant prostitute .

The plaintiff , who resides at Oluyole -Extention area of Ibadan , said that her husband had been unable to impregnate her since their marriage 12 years ago .

“ My lord , if I had known that I was making a terrible mistake in 2006 when I chose Nathaniel as my husband , may be I would have had a rethink ,

“ He was just beating me unnecessarily because he knew he was incapable of having sexual intercourse due to his impotence .

“ Since he was accusing me , I decided to start fornicating and it eventually led to the two children I had .

“ Nathaniel doesn ’ t have time for me and my children ; I needed to fend for them , so I go about with men who give me money to look after my children , ’’ she said .

Beauty , who said her parents and relations tried to intervene to no avail , told the court that “ there is no more love between Nathaniel and I , this court should dissolve the union . ”

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However , Nathaniel , a businessman , denied the allegation but said he was not opposed to the divorce .

“ I am not impotent because I impregnated three different ladies but asked them to go for abortion because of the love I have for my wife .

“ Though , I have allowed her to go , I want the court to know that I am the father of the two children she has .

“ She is simply an unrepentant prostitute . Once I am out of the house , Beauty flirts around .

“ I even bought her a car for comfort , ” he said .

The President of the court , Ademola Odunade , asked the duo to provide more evidence to support their claims .

Odunade adjourned the case until August 1 , for continuation of hearing .

( NAN )