Pastor takes a lesbian wife to court

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A nakuru  court has dissolved a marriage between a local church pastor and a wife he accused of being a lesbian.

The man of God, moved to court seeking nullification of his 5 year old marriage with his controversial sweetheart who he accuses of lesbianism

The two have one child who was born on June 1, 2018.

While annulling the marriage, Principal Magistrate Yvonne Khatambi said the union was irretrievably broken down as efforts put in place to salvage it had proved futile.

“It is evident that both parties are no longer interested in the marriage and that there is no possibility of reconciliation.

In the absence of any other position to the contrary, I hereby dissolve the marriage between the clergyman and the wife ,” reads the judgment delivered on Tuesday.

When he filed the case, 30-year-old pastor told the court he wanted his marriage with a woman he met on Facebook in 2015 dissolved after he discovered she was a lesbian

By the time they started dating, the wife was a college student in Nairobi

Their wedding was on April 16, 2016 at a church in Nakuru.

He told the court they did not consummate their marriage until after eight months because his wife had no interest in him.

The pastor who is alleged to be a worship leader and a part-time music trainer at a Nakuru-based church, accused the woman of being cruel and denying him his conjugal rights.

It was after their wedding that the pastor told the court, he realised his wife was not interested in getting intimate with him.

After some time, the man of God said, his wife would confide in his sister and sister-in-law she was sexually attracted to fellow women and that she had been practising lesbianism online.

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