A 43- year old generator mechanic, Mr. Taiwo Adebileje has asked an Agege customary court to ignore his wife's quest to divorce him because of the blood oath they took some years back which makes them inseparable as husband and wife.Taiwo claimed to have lived with his wife, Mrs. Christiana Adebileje for about 5 years before their relationship went sour. He however informed Agege Grade A Customary Court that he did not know that he would have cause to regret his action after many years he took Christiana to a herbalist who bind them together in love and took oath of blood covenant.According to him, he was a student when he met his wife. And for the fear of not losing his wife (Christiana) to another man, he had to take her to an herbalist who put some fetish substance in water and asked them to drink.He added that the herbalist also put some incisions on their private parts and ordered them to have sex in his presence.Taiwo claimed that since then, he finds it difficult to forge ahead in his endeavors without Christiana. He also informed the court that his fortune started dwindling when he decided to pick another lady as wife, adding that when he realized his mistakes, he had to send the lady packing and rented an apartment where he moved into with Christiana.He said he could not believe that Christiana can drag him before a court for divorce because his love for her is like removing an essential part of his body.He therefore pleaded that the court should not dissolve the marriage because he is not ready to part ways with Christiana and the only child of the union.Though, Christiana testified to the fact that they had blood covenant in the past she said she had since gone to a Pastor who broke the covenant through deliverance.She added that all efforts made by her to make Taiwo break his own proved abortive as he refused to follow her to church.She claimed that she would have loved to continue living with Taiwo in harmony but there was a day he poured a hot pap which she prepared to feed her little boy on her head at the slightest provocation.Meanwhile, the court adjourned the matter till January 30, 2012 for judgment. Click here to read full news..