The plaintiff who is a trader said variable cursing nagging related work, as he now finds it difficult to provide for his family.
He also accused the defendant of humiliation in public places, that vicious wife can not be tolerated.
He prayed the court to uphold the release request to end the shame and reckless actions of the defendant.
Olanike, however, did not accept the charges against her but asked the court to settle the dispute between the plaintiff and women.
She promised to turn a new leaf, because the honor of her husband, if the court can not prevail on him to accept her back, he said, “I can not cope without a husband.
“Although he has not paid my dowry since we both live as a couple and blessed with one child, he should forgive my mistakes for the sake of the only child of our union.’’
The judge, Chief Mukaila Balogun, implored the two to opt for permanent resolution of domestic and recommendations adjourned the case until Feb. 27, a report of the agreement or continue the hearing.