The former governor’s wife also informed the court that she was involved in oil and gas business, adding that she had been living well despite not receiving maintenance allowance from her husband since 2013 they had been living apart.
She also alleged that her estranged husband has refused to allow her see her only child.
”I only see my child during Church service or social events whenever I am in town,” she said.
After listening to her testimony, Justice Angela Otaluka, adjourned the case until Oct. 14 for adoption of final written addresses.
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