The mother of three in her petition alleged that her husband was subjecting her to emotional torture by starving her of sex for seven years.
“My lord, all the interventions made so far by this court has yielded no results as Olanrewaju has turned no new leaf.
“I may soon run mad if the court fails to separate us, because I can no longer withstand seven years of sexual drought.“Should I start visiting the homes of some of the committee members set up to reconcile us to meet my sexual desire?
“Please I am ready to walk away from this union because Olanrewaju has already remarried to another wife, who is now satisfying his emotional desire,” Jelila explained.
However, Olanrewaju, who denied the allegation, rejected the divorce suit.
Olanrewaju who works at Nigeria Tobacco Company Ibadan, said he has been living happily with Jelila and promised to still make his wife happy.
President of the court, Sheikh Ahamad Tiamiyu, advised Jelila to give peace a chance by allowing the committee raised on the matter to do their work.
Tiamiyu adjourned the case till Nov. 17, for progress report.