Aggrieved Musa also pleaded that the court grants him custody of their two-year-old son “so that the boy will not grow up to be like his mother”.
“Tunrayo cannot take good care of our albino son,” he said.
According to Nation, Musa said because of his wife’s ”promiscuity”, their son, Faruk, has been given many names at the motor park where she trades.
“I can’t take it any longer,” he said.
In response, 38-year-old Tunrayo, implored the court to ignore her husband’s claims adding that he abandoned her and failed to provide her basic needs which made her roam the streets and even got raped twice.
She said, “My husband does not take care of me and that is why I find myself roaming the streets because of no accommodation.
“I was even raped twice in a container while hawking water in sachet popularly known as `pure water.’ Yes, I cannot say who owns this pregnancy, but as for my son, I will not release him. After all, Musa did not pay any bride price on me.”
The court’s President, Chief Joseph Ogunmola, advised the petitioner to retrace his steps and act as a responsible father and husband.
He ordered that a test be done to ascertain the paternity of the disputed pregnancy.
Ogunmola said, “I will advise the petitioner to also try to formalise his marriage.
“I also advise the respondent to stop having multiple sexual mates.
The case was further adjourned until Monday, June 22, 2015 for further mention.