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My husband introduced his concubine to me as his aunt – Wife



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A woman has made shocking revelations that her husband introduced his concubine to her as his aunt.

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The wife, Temilade Oyeyemi , 28, narrating her ordeal, told the court that her husband deceived her by presenting his concubine to her as his aunt. She said;

“After I had pledged my future in marriage with Ayo three years ago, he completely deceived me that his concubine was his aunt.

“During the wedding, he introduced the same woman to my family as the only person that could stand in place of his late mother; and my family, unknowingly, accepted his deception.

“Ayo then took me to his mistress’s apartment to live,’’

Temilade said that the lady gave her all that she needed and she was happy living with the two secret lovers.

“However, I noticed that at around 1 a.m. on most days, Ayo would leave my side on our matrimonial bed.

“He would move to the floor where his secret lover he referred to as his aunt was sleeping to romance and have sex with her.

“He often would blame the hot weather for his usually reason for leaving my side to sleep on the floor.

“It then became clear to me that Ayo and that lady were never related but that they were, in fact, secret lovers.’’

An Oke-Ogbere Customary Court in Ibadan has now dissolved the three- year marriage between one Temilade Oyeyemi and Ayo Oyeyemi, over deception and adultery.

Court president, Mr. Sulaiman Olaniyi, said;

“In the interest of peaceful living, the union between Temilade and Ayo has ceased to be.

“Temilade shall take custody of the two-and-a-half-year-old child produced by the union while Ayo shall pay a monthly allowance of N3,000 for the child’s upkeep in addition to being responsible for his welfare.”

The respondent, Ayo, 38, conceded to the dissolution of the marriage after he had denied some of the allegations leveled against him by Temilade.

Ayo, who claimed to be a building engineer, contended that his wife was a good-for-nothing and lazy woman.

Some of Temilade’s family members in their separate testimonies presented evidence of how Ayo maltreated the petitioner and prayed the court to terminate the union.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Temilade resides in Agbeni area while Ayo lives in Monatan area of Ibadan.