Ekeolu of Iyemetu-Igosun Areas of Ibadan made the assertion on Friday when he testified in a divorce petition institute by his wife at Mapo Customary Court, Ibadan against him.
The respondent, who denied the allegations in the petition, accepted the divorce request from his wife.
“Your honour, Taiwo is a first class prostitute who thinks she can continue to fool me.
“Taiwo goes out and return home at anytime she feels, staying two or three months with her parents.
“In this state of constant abandonment, I saw Taiwo cooking very early one morning, she told me that one of her relatives was sick and needed food in the hospital.
“She took the food and I carefully trailed her, I saw her entering an hotel with the food.
“Though, I couldn’t get the room she entered, but I waited until she came out with her concubine and both of them sighted me and they took another direction out.
“Taiwo knew what I was going to do, when she got home, she packed out with most of my belongings.
“Taiwo as a woman is a drunkard, when she returns home late, alcohol smells all over her body and sleeps to unconsciousness.
“When I reported the incident to her parents, they instead supported her as they usually did,” Ibrahim explained.
But, Taiwo, an Ibadan-based trader, had urged the court to dissolve her six-year-old marriage to her husband for allegedly stealing her money.
The mother of one and resident of Ireakari-Mokola, told the court that her husband was crippling her life through constant theft of her capital.
“For a number of times, Ekeolu has stolen the money meant for my business despite the fact that he does not make any contribution to it.
“He has stolen thousands of naira from me to cripple my business and if I ask, he turns me into a punching bag.
“Your honour, he battered me one day such that I collapsed into the gutter. Each time he beat me, I end up in the hospital.
“As if those are not enough, he doesn’t want to know how our only child and I sustain our lives. Worst of all, he is jobless and does nothing about it,” Taiwo said.
The President of the court, Mr Henric Agbaje, asked the couple to produce evidence to support their claims, and adjourned the case till Nov. 13 for judgment.