A middle-aged woman Zainab Ahmed on Tuesday dragged her husband Oare Abdulrazak before a Sharia Court ll sitting at Magajin Gari, Kaduna over an alleged assault. The complainant, a resident of Hayin Dan-Bushiya, told the court that Abdulrazak had assaulted her because she refused to exchange greets with her co-wife when they met in the market. “This is not the first time he has beaten me, in fact, this is the third time. I tried to explain to him what happened but he turned a deaf ear,” she stated.
She also told the court that her husband does not show her love and care whenever he was in her room, praying the court to dissolve the marriage as she was no longer interested in the union. In his defence, Abdulrazak, who is married to three wives, said he had only beaten her once and had since regretted his actions and apologised to her. The judge, Malam Musa Sa’ad-Goma after listening to both parties ordered them to present their guardians in court at the next hearing so as to find a solution to the problem. He thereafter adjourned the case to February 11.
A 30-year-old South African actress, Londiwe Ngcamu, has been beaten beyond recognition by her boyfriend following a role she played in a stage play titled “Seven Days War.” According to reports, Londiwe’s boyfriend beat her to a pulp and accused her of cheating on him after a stage kiss with an actor. The director of “Seven Days War”, Mvuselelo Buthelezi, said he was shocked and devastated by Londiwe’s attack. He said he visited her in hospital on Sunday and she said her boyfriend was angry because he thought she was really dating a member of the cast. Mvuselelo said: “I can’t believe this man didn’t know that Londiwe was just acting.”
Londiwe said her boyfriend waited for her at the bus stop on Saturday night. She said he was drunk and accused her of cheating. He then took her to his room and started beating her. She said she managed to escape in the early hours of Sunday morning when he fell asleep. She added: “When I got home my siblings called the police and they took me to hospital.” KZN police spokeswoman, Captain Nqobile Gwala, said a case of assault was opened at the Mountain Rise Police Station. Florida police were called were called to a couple’s home over a domestic dispute after a man refused to cuddle with his girlfriend because it was too hot.
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