A middle-aged woman, Asiya Sambo, on Wednesday prayed a Shari’a Court in Magajin Gari, Kaduna to compel her former husband, Tanimu Ahmad, to allow her see their seven children.
The complainant, through her counsel, Sadau Garba, said that a court had ordered Ahmad, to bring the children to court so that their mother could see them.
“The defendant had told the court that he does not want his former wife to visit his house but agreed to bring the children to court whenever she needed to see them.
“But he had defaulted the order since he refused to bring them to court after the order was made”, the counsel said.
In his defence, the defendant, who resides in Kinkinau area of Kaduna, denied that he disobeyed a court order.
bring the children to court on Sept 24 by 2. 30p.m.
to forget their past misunderstanding and make peace for the sake of their children.
Edited by Dorcas Jonah/Sadiya Hamza
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