A Nakuru court has terminated a marriage between a church official and a lady he told the court was a lesbian.
Few days ago, the press learnt about the separation.
The applicant, who appeared in court documents as FJO, went to court to file a petition with the aim of divorcing his PNM. The duo been staying together over five years and were blessed with one kid who was born on June 1, 2018.
PNM never filed a response to the application.
Divorcing the two, Principal magistrate Yvonne Khatambi stated that the marriage was irreparable broken down as several to restore it bore no fruits.
“It is proven that the duo had no interest in staying together and that there is no any sign of forgiveness. But because there no any other person to intervene, I hereby terminate the marriage between the Church official (FJO) and the woman (PNM),” reads part of the ruling delivered on Tuesday.
When he lodged the complaint, the FJO explained to the court that he is interested in terminating his stay with the he encountered on Facebook in 2015, after he found out that she was a lesbian.
The two commenced their love dwhen PNM was a college student in Nairobi. Their wedding took place on April 16, 2016, in Nakuru.
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