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    Drama In Court: ‘He Drinks, Bed Wets’ Woman Drags Hubby To Court | Hubby Says He Bed ‘Only ‘Sometimes’

    No longer able to condone her hubby’s excess love for
    alcohol and constant bed-wetting, a businesswoman, Juliana Okoli, on Tuesday
    told a Jikoyi Customary Court in Abuja that she has given up on their marriage.
    Narrating her sad experience to the members of the court, Juliana
    testified that she her estranged hubby is so unrepentant of the action she
    levelled against him.

    “I am tired of living in the same house with him because he
    always bed wets. “When he wakes up in the middle of the night and is feeling
    cold because of the urine on the bed, he places my clothes on the urine to
    protect himself from the cold. My husband is also a drunk; whenever he drinks,
    he bed wets even many more times before morning and when I talk to him about
    it, he starts beating me. He sometimes chases me and our children out of the
    house in the middle of the night.’’
    Continuing she recalled how she was left to cater for all the
    responsibilities of the house: “my husband has left all the financial
    responsibility of the family to me; he does not even know how much the children
    are paying as school fees. “Even the house we are living in, I built it with my
    money. “Whenever he wants to drink and has no money, he would just walk into my
    shop beat me up, destroy my show glass, take my money and run away.’’
    The complainant prayed the court to grant the divorce and
    give her custody of her children.
    Meanwhile, Mr Okoli, an electrician, denied most of the allegations,
    but admitted that he only urinates sometimes.
    “I don’t urinate on the bed all the time, only sometimes. I
    also give my children money sometimes; just yesterday, I gave them N2, 000 for
    their school fees.’’

    The President of the court, Labaran Gusau, advised Okoli to
    settle with his wife, and adjourned report of settlement or hearing in the case
    till May 16.

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