Man Divorces Wife Of 33 Years For Hypnotising Him
Babatunde told the court presided over by Mr Henric Agbaje that Jelilat had made two attempts on his life and had even confessed to killing one of their four children.
“My lord, Jelilat confessed to have killed one of our four children in order to eventually eliminate me for reasons which I cannot actually tell.
“Secondly, she put some stuff into my food recently to hypnotise and make me be in servitude to her,’’ the petitioner said.
He said that his estranged wife had also tarnished his image and made him a laughing stock in their area.
Babatunde also described Jelilat as insolent, disobedient and lacked any care for him and his children.