According to the Nigerian News Agency (NAN), the complainant, who resides in the Rigasa area of Kaduna, told the court that Umar had divorced her two years ago but had refused to leave her house, saying that no one could send her away.
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"I have inherited the house from my late father. He refused to move out of my house. He curses and calls me names in the presence of our children," she said. In his defense, the defendant said that Habiba was still his wife.
“We've got ten children in our marriage. Our first child is the owner of the house in which we live. She is lying," he said. The judge, Malam Salisu Abubakar-Tureta, adjourned the case and ordered the complainant to bring her house documents on 22 February.
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