Get Court Order If You Want DNA Test – Iyabo Ojo Tells Mohbad’s Dad

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Iyabo Ojo, a prominent figure in Nollywood, has offered advice to Joseph Aloba, the father of the late singer Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, also known as Mohbad.

To determine the true paternity of his grandson, Liam, Mr. Aloba is advised to obtain a court order for a DNA test.

According to a report by the Daily Post, Mr. Aloba has been advocating for a DNA test to be conducted on Liam following the tragic death of the rapper.

In a recent video message shared on her Instagram account, Ojo criticized Mr. Aloba for prioritizing the DNA test result over seeking justice for his deceased son.

“You are a very bitter soul. There’s nothing about you that is worth emulating. If you want a DNA test, get a court order,” she said.

Wunmi, the widow of Mohbad, recently stated that she is refusing to undergo a DNA test for her son, Liam.

She mentioned that only her deceased husband has the authority to request such a test, as he is the only man she has been with. Wunmi dared her father-in-law to obtain a court order if he continued to push for the DNA test.

In other news, Wunmi, the late singer’s widow has stormed social media to debunk a claim made against her late husband by her sister, Karimot. Karimot had taken to social media to claim Mohbad.

While criticizing Mohbad’s father for his demands for DNA, Karimot claimed that Mohbad was continually infecting Wunmi with sexually transmitted infections, which she treated with medication.

She slammed Nigerians who are clamoring for DNA testing, noting how many of them are in marriages where their partner is giving them STDs, and pledged to contact the US government if anything happened to Omowunmi and her baby.

Debunking her story, Wunmi first thanked the public for supporting her and her kid, revealing that they are the reason she and her son are still alive.

She asked the public to help her maintain her husband’s great memories, describing him as a nice and caring guy whom she would marry again and again.

Wunmi made it clear that she had never told anybody that her late spouse had given her an STD, belonged to a cult, was on drugs, or had physically harmed her.

She did, however, acknowledge that people love her and want to protect her, which she appreciates.

She wrote:

“Dear all,

I would like to appreciate everyone who stood by my son and I. You are the reason we are still breathing in this trying moment.

I would like to urge you all to please preserve the lovely memory of my husband. My husband was a good and loving man and I would marry him over and over again.

I have never personally at any time told anyone that my husband gave me STDs, belonged to a cult, on drugs and neither have I told anyone he beats me.
I know you all love me and want to defend Liam and I, we truly appreciate it

I’m alive to take the blame, pressure, accusations, and curses. Sadly, my husband can’t defend himself. I love my husband, even in death I still honor him. If you love me, please respect the memory of my husband. My own Nigga, my defender, the shoulder I lean on, my friend, my Ileriouluwa is a Good man. He was good to us, his family and friends.

Liam, our son would grow up to read and see everything about his father (Ileriouluwa Oladimeji Aloba) and u want him to be proud of his father’s legacy.

Thank you very much again for your unwavering love toward Mohbad, Liam and I. God bless you more and more”.

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