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Woman sues husband for not taking her to Saudi Arabia

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Karima Nuhu, 45, hauled her husband, Musa Falalu, to a Shari’a Court in Rigasa, Kaduna, on Tuesday for allegedly failing to take her to Saudi Arabia.

The complainant, who lives in Kaduna’s Rigasa region, told the court that she had been married to Falalu for four years, during which time he only provided her with food for two months.

“He told me that he had lost his job as a driver but had found another in Saudi Arabia, urging me to be patient and promising to accompany me.”

“I’ve been feeding myself so far.” I even borrowed money for him so he could pay for the vacation, but once he had what he wanted, he divorced me.” she said.

Nuhu testified in court that she had no witnesses other than God, who will judge them on the last day.

The defendant, on the other hand, rejected the claims, claiming they were false.

He informed the court that he and the complainant had divorced.

The judge, Malam Anass Khalifa, who confirmed the couple’s divorce, stated that the court would only hear the complainant’s claims if she had witnesses. (NAN)

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