* Court refuses to dissolve a marriage.
* advised wife to forgive her husband in Rivers.
The couples had filed a suit demanding that their marriage be dissolve after what seem to be irreconcilable differences between the couples in a marriage that has produced a son.
The applicant's council had said his applicant is no longer interested and seek for their resolution of the wedding which had already produced a child, three year old son.
But in his wiadom, Hon. Justice S. C Amadi advised council to application and that of the defending council to go and speak with their clients adding that " dissolution of marriage is not something you can do in a hurry."
He told the applicant that his court cannot just dissolve a marriage but advised her to go home and make peace with her husband.
Furthermore, Justice Amadi advised the woman to try and forgive her husband and give him a second chance while considering the future of their three year old son.
The case was later adjourned till 22 July, 2020 for further hearing.
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