Oyo Cleric Reveals how He Caught His 4-Month Pregnant Wife in Bed with Another Man, Takes Strong Action

Oyo Cleric Reveals how He Caught His 4-Month Pregnant Wife in Bed with Another Man, Takes Strong Action

- A Muslim cleric in Oyo state, Abdulrasheed Olalere, has dragged his wife to court over alleged infidelity

- Olalere alleged accused his wife, Mariam, of cheating on him with another man even while she was pregnant

- The court, after hearing from the couple, dissolved the six-year marriage in the interest of peace

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A cleric in Oyo state, Abdulrasheed Olalere, has accused his wife of infidelity, claiming he caught her in bed with another man when she was four months pregnant.

Daily Trust reports that the cleric also laid claims to the pregnancy and the baby. He, however, said they settled and he accepted his wife back after considering some medical reports relating to the pregnancy and interventions by relatives.

Olalere who has filed for a divorce against his wife named Mariam further alleged that she had also planned to elope with her lover.

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Abdulrasheed Olalere: Oyo Cleric Reveals how He Caught His 4-Month Pregnant Wife in Bed with Another Man, Takes Strong Action
A cleric, Abdulrasheed Olalere, has narrated how he allegedly caught his wife, Mariam, in bed with another man when she was four months pregnant. Photo source: @imocarnivalpix
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Olalere cleric added that after interventions from different people, things started going on smoothly between them until his wife went back to her lover, Sahara Reporters also stated.

However, in her reaction, Mariam said her husband was irresponsible and uncaring. She didn’t deny that she attempted to elope with her ex-boyfriend.

Marriage dissolved

Legit.ng gathers that the Mapo Customary Court sitting in Ibadan on Friday, March 26, dissolved the six-year-old marriage in the interest of peace.

The court held that the marriage was initially not built on a solid foundation of love and trust. It also awarded custody of the child to Mariam and directed Olalere to pay N5,000 for the child’s monthly upkeep.

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In another report, Nigerian On-Air Personality, Toke Makinwa, has opined that women should not be blamed when their partners cheat on them.

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In a recent tweet, the fashionista explained that a man cheating should not have any reflection on his woman.

She further stated that people should cultivate the habit of not bashing women for their partners' wrongdoing.

Source: Legit

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