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I Don’t Enjoy Sleeping With My Husband, His Manhood Is Too Big – Wife Tells Court

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      A housewife, Mrs. Aishat Balogun, has lamented before the Court that since she got married to her husband, Owolabi, she has never enjoyed sex like other women due to the size of his dick.

      PM Express revealed that Mrs. Balogun has instituted a suit before the Family Court in Ilorin, Kwara State, seeking for the dissolution of the marriage which produced three children, so that she can move on with her life.

      Mrs. Balogun told the Court that Owolabi`s dick is too big and he does not know how to use it during sex romp which causes her serious pains each time.

      She admitted before the Court that she got married to Owolabi some years back and she has been traumatized over her husband’s inability to satisfy her sexually.

      The embittered woman said that her husband, Owolabi, usually snubs her whenever she makes attempt to engage him in order to enjoy sex.

      “I am not enjoying my sleep again. My husband is avoiding me in bed and has refused to make love to me. He is starving me of sex; his dick is too big and he doesn’t know how to use it. Even when I try to make a move, he snubs me in bed. He also beats me” she said.

      She informed the Court that the marriage produced children and three of their four children live with the defendant’s parents while the only girl lives with her.

      She prayed the Court to grant her the custody of the three boys. She also asked the Court to order Owolabi to pay N25,000 as feeding allowance monthly.

      The respondent, Owolabi, was not present in Court to react to the wife’s allegations.

      The Presiding Judge, Mr. Abdulhameed Aliyu, adjourned the case until 19th July, 2020, for continuation of hearing and for the defendant to appear before the Court.

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