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SERIOUSLY? Obasanjo’s Wife Files Suit To Stop Her Son’s Wedding

Mrs. Taiwo Obasanjo, wife of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, today filed a suit at an Ikeja high court, seeking to stop the wedding of her son, Olujonwo, scheduled for May 11.

Ex-President Obasanjo and the father of the bride, Kessington Adebutu, promoter of premier lotto known as ‘Baba Ijebu’ are respondents to the suit.

The woman, who is the twin sister of Kenny Martins, former coordinator of the Police Equipment Fund, is seeking a postponement of the wedding of her son. But why?

She wants the wedding to be fixed for a date after June 1.

Olujonwo and Tope had an elaborate introduction on December 17, 2016 with social media awash with photographs of the event.

Taiwo, among others, is seeking a court declaration that as the groom's mother, she had the rights to take part in the deliberations, decisions and activities leading to the forthcoming ceremony.

According to her, wedding invitations have been sent out and she has been excluded from the preparations for the ceremonies.

The mother said she also received prophesies and warnings from men of God to the effect that Olujonwo, her son who turns 34 on June 1, should not do or be involved in any elaborate celebration before his birthday.

She wants the court to compel Obasanjo and Adebutu to shift the wedding to a date after June 1.

She had appealed to Adebutu and Rosemary Dacosta, mother of the bride, Tope Adebutu, the bride-to-be as well as Kenny Martins.

Justice Lateefa Okunnu has fixed April 10 for hearing of the suit. Serious family matter.

10 comments:

  1. mr olu there is nothing i will not hear in this my great country

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  2. And our court will entertain such case? they should go and settle it among both families.
    #Believe

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  3. Nonsense looking for what doesn't lost

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  4. Mother for that matter? Does it means that the son does not respect the mother, does he thought that he can do without her mother. If her mother is absent from the party that means the wedding is incomplete.

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  5. Make them go settle am

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  6. Orísírísí..

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