Popular Nollywood actor Kalu Ikeagwu, on Monday, told the Ikeja High Court how his estranged wife, ljeoma, allegedly deserted their matrimonial home and prevented him from gaining access to their two children.
Ikeagwu, in the suit marked LD/8939HD/2021, is seeking a dissolution of his six-year-old marriage to ljeoma. The actor also seeks full custody of his three-year-old son and ten-year-old stepdaughter.
Under cross-examination by the respondent’s counsel, S.I. Amedu, Ikeagwu said his wife packed out of his matrimonial and sent him a mail that she was going to her father’s house in Enugu.
Ikeagwu also denied that he sent his wife and kids out of the house and failed to provide for their upkeep.
The actor further told the court that his wife denied him s*x and poured water on him while he was asleep. “After the birth of our son,she has refused to have s*x with me. I was not aware she lost the pregnancy due to an infection as I did not give her any infection.
Till date, I have not seen any report attached to a document that she lost a baby through STD.
Though I did not ask her why she lost the baby,” he said.
Ikeagwu said he stopped sending money to the children for upkeep and maintenance because his wife denied him being the father to his stepdaughter He added that this was after she accused him of attempting to sleep with the child, and she failed to acknowledge the money he sent to her.
On why he was seeking custody of his stepdaughter whom he had earlier sought for revocation of guardianship, the actor said he had information that his wife wanted to relocate the children.
Justice Christopher Balogun had earlier ordered the children to play with their father in court and ordered the respondent to present the receipts of the children’s tuition fees in court.
The judge explained that it would be difficult to give him custody of their daughter while the mother is alive.
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