Thursday, June 28, 2012

Drama in divorce Court: My Ex-Commissioner Wife Returned home without Pant, My husband threatened to set the children ablaze

See drama in court oh. Ex-commissioner and her husband went to court to seek divorce and divulged some serious issues in their marriage. See the summary below. This one is really serious family matters. 

The  David Erhabor :  

  • My wife came back home drunk without her pants (abeg, what happened to her pant? abi, was she robbed?). 
  • She keeps late nights, she abandoned our children for 3 days and was caught inside a vehicle 'romancing' a man. 
  • She demanded N1m from me before she allows me to have sex with her 
  • My wife planned to send hired assassins after me. 

Florence Erhabor:

  •  My husband squeezed the children inside a vehicle and threatened to set them ablaze
  • I have been responsible for the children's upkeep including paying their school fees over the years
  • The children have been living in my family house because my husband in after their life. 
  • My husband is having extra marital affairs with our house maid.  
  • He should be compelled to pay N150,000 for the upkeep of the children monthly
Continue to see the full gist as written by PUNCH. 

David Erhabor, husband  of a former commissioner in Edo State, Florence Igbinigie-Erhabor, on Wednesday, told a Benin High Court, that his wife of 15 years once came home without putting on pant.

He said, “There was a day she came back home drunk and without a pant on her. She was in the habit of keeping late nights.”

David while testifying in a divorce suit, No HAB/16D/2011, instituted by his wife, a former Commissioner for Women Affairs, under Chief Lucky Igbinedion, told the court he did not envisage a broken home in his life.

The respondent said trouble started after his wife was appointed commissioner, after which he said she began keeping late nights.

David, an ex-Senior Adviser to former Governor Oswerhiemen Osunbor, told the court that there was a time the wife abandoned their two children, absconded from home for three days, “only to be caught red-handed inside a vehicle, romancing and kissing a man who had earlier gassed him.”

David recalled that it took the intervention of a former chairman of Delta State Oil Producing Community Development Commission, Chief Wellington Okrika, to resolve some of their matrimonial crises.
He also said his wife had once demanded N1m from him before she could allow  him to have sex with her, adding that on another occasion, he ran from home when he sensed that his wife was planning to send hired assassins after him.

On the custody of their children, David said they could always stay with whoever they chose when on holidays.
Florence among other prayers is asking the court to grant her divorce on the grounds of threat to life, violent assault and infidelity on the part of her husband.

The former commissioner, who has since 2009 separated from her husband, is demanding that she should be paid N150, 000 as monthly upkeep for each of their children. She also wants Erhabor to be compelled to pay the children’s school fees.

While being crossed-examined by David’s lawyer, Mr. Akakhomen Austine, Florence said her husband had at a time squeezed the children inside a vehicle and threatened to set them ablaze. She said it took the intervention of members of both families to broker peace.

The former commissioner said she had been solely responsible for the children’s upkeep, including payment of their school fees over the past years.

She added that the children had been living in her family house where she relocated to when she suspected that her husband was after her life.

She also accused David of having extra-marital affair with their housemaid.
Justice Anthony Erhabor adjourned the case till August 4 for further hearing.

Source: Punch


  1. Pity for them. Too many infedilty in home. *SMH*

  2. Do I sense some jealousy here? Looks like the husband is jealous of his wife's success

  3. This is why I like Oyibo, instead of talking all these rubbish, why couln't they just say 'irreconcilable differences'

  4. Na their children I pity for.

  5. This is part one.