“I am not satisfied with only one child’’.
She added that her husband had refused to disclose where he lives and where he works, but sends his son’s school fees and house rent through her bank account.
Adeolu said her husband told her pastor that he had married another woman and had children and that she should find herself another husband.
She said she was always sad anytime her neighbours call her “rejected and abandoned property’’.
She begged the court to dissolve the marriage because she wanted to move on with her life.
Defending the allegations, Olajide, 45, a businessman, did not deny of starving his wife of sex.
He said that he refused to make love to his wife because he did not want her to have another child through Caesarean section.
“I don’t want to risk her life, this is why I have distanced myself from her because I want her to take care of our child.
“Besides, I did not abandon my wife but I decided to move closer to my work place due to the distance from my house.
“I did not abandoned her, I always squat with my friends and I come home once in a while,’’ he said.
He claimed that he had no other wife nor children elsewhere. He however, agreed that the marriage be dissolved because he was also fed up with the union. He appealed to the court to grant him the custody of his son.
President of the court, Mr Hakeen Oyekan, adjourned the case to May 13 for further hearing.