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Saturday, February 22, 2020

Davido Reacts When Told He Would Lose His Son To Another Man If He Does Not Marry The Mum

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  1. The truth is sometimes bitter and painful.

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    1. That is your tradition in Igbo land but not Yoruba tradition and fortunately David is not Igbo. "Enikan ó lè gbà akátá lọwọ akiti, bàbà ọmọ lo lọ mọ.

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    2. Nonsense! They only try that rubbish with poor men. Can chioma look after that baby herself? Mtcheew

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    3. Davido has paid Chioma's bride price, he is the husband and owns the child, that is Igbo tradition. Jealousy and envy will not allow this to sink into some people,'s head, it's a pity

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    4. 21:45, assuming it's not actually obtainable in Igbo tradition- do you go to someone's village or tribe for marriage carrying your own tradition on your big head?? You want to marry a woman and you can't respect her father's tradition, go and impose your own on them na

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    5. You are yarning'opata'.I am Igbo once you have paid the lady's bride price and she has a baby for you, you are the husband of the lady.

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  2. Are you the one that will kill him?
    You better go and do the right thing. I doubt if Chioma will even agree to marry another man😁😁😁

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  3. If he did not pay the bride price dats what d igbo tradition do. Even the delta igbo practice same.

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    1. When she's married to an igbo man. They should come and claim a yoruba man's son na

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    2. My sister dem de claim o, I don see where ikwerre claim 2 very handsome Yoruba male children here in Rivers state o. They are now men and are still claiming to be ikwerre. In fact, its very rampant here in Rivers state.

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    3. Anon 00:48, honestly I was coming for ds Ikwere thing b4 I saw ur comment. Ds is similar to why Tonto changed her son’s name to Dike , bcoz I learnt that once their in-laws destroys what’s binding them as in d case of Churchill & Tonto, d child becomes theirs, hence Tonto changing his son’s name to Dike. Every community has its own tradition ,like we’ve heard & seen in Igbo land where a man dies under suspicious circumstances, & as a tradition , d wife is forced to drink d water used in bathing d corpse of d husband. Ds is not applicable to all d communities in Igbo land. If d poster is actually related or from d same place with Chioma , it could be their tradition. Whatever sha.

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    1. Not here in “the abroad” single Igbo women name their children after the man who impregnated them. Even when they end up marrying someone else. It’s on their birth certificates and other legal documents. Let me see which Igbo tradition will come and tell the judge the kids belong to the woman’s family 🙄🙄 Please!! They keep their mothers’ names when the man wants nothing to do with the child or the baby father cannot be “produced”.

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  5. That is just the plain truth in Igbo land. I'm sure he knows that shaaa. That is why he ran and married her.

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    1. They are not yet married and he hasnt paid her bride price yet
      Just engagement.

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    2. We don’t have engagement in igboland, they are married both traditionally and statutorily.

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    3. Jealousy will not allow them to believe this

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    1. We are not in fifteen century, nobody's gonna take away people's kids in this time and ages.

      Maybe you can do it to some church rats Sha.

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  7. So all the children born outside wedlock in ibo land, are not bearing their fathers' name or surname??????
    their fathers can't claim them even if they are not married to their mothers????
    So children born outside wedlock in ibo land are bastards or what...
    I need answers

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    1. Right! I would really like to know the answer to this. So the child bears whose name at birth? Even when the baby father is present and helping out with child support but doesn’t want to marry the woman? When she eventually gets married, they strip the father off his title and obligations and give it to another man?? If the new man doesn’t want to claim another man’s child nko? If the new man isn’t Igbo nko? What kind of tradition is this?! So the igbo women abroad who have children outside wedlock and marry someone else, how is tradition enforced? Cause errr the law supersedes any tradition.

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    2. In Igbo land I guess I can even understand. They must all be in agreement with this arrangement. But the ones that are outside Igbo land or have a child for a non Igbo what then happens? And even in Igbo land, if the biological father chooses to take this to court, will the court dismiss him??

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    3. They bear their mothers names, they are strictly their mothers children not bastards

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    4. 21:00 and co, the answer to your questions is that the child or children bears their mom's name if they are born out of wedlock not necessarily bastard- that a gutter slogan..you can't exert authority on a child you didn't marry their mother except it's a mutual agreement.

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    5. So @ push up, even when the man is taking care of the kids or didn't deny them,just that he didn't marry their mom.
      Moreover, davido is yoruba , it is not applicable to him.atleast the child is bearing his surname.
      Please igbo single moms on this blog, bring shed more light on this.
      Are your kids or kid bearing your name or their father's name.

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    6. It is applicable to any man that doesn't pay a woman's bride price but has a child with her.

      The child will bear the woman's name. Even if she dies, and he wants to claim the child, he will pay the bride price.

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    7. My own is you guys should stop calling them bastards or illegal or whatever, please!!! No child is a bastard whether the parents are/were married or not.

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    8. I don't understandthr child claiming part. Are children properties to be claimed?

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  8. Let see another man (especially Igbo)that will happily accept a child whose father is still alive and wealthy, how many Igbo man will even accept to marry a single mom self, except if his mother is late and if he doesn't have sisters.

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    1. E go shock you

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    2. Ovee shock you sef

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    3. Many men do it. If not, the child remains in his maternal father’s home and will even have his own inheritance there

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    4. Forget that thing @anon 21:12. Na man wey no be real man dem fit dictate who and who not to marry to. My husband stood his ground that it's me or no one else, and today we've been married for six years. Meanwhile I was a single mother from Osun State married to a man from Abia State. And for the record my ogom have been very good to me.

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    5. Anno 21:12,you are right,the men that will do that nor plenty, just few
      There is nothing to be shocked over, you people should be deceiving yourselves.

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    6. Lol forget this story mehn. No one remarries faster than a single mother with children. Bonus points if she is pretty or was married to a rich man before. And this is from time. I have seen it in my own family in and in those I know, rich men with no children marrying a woman with children from a previous marriage.

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    7. Anon,wow, hope they welcomed you with open arms, Igbo men that will do that are very very few o, other tribes do marry single mothers,they don't see it as a big deal,

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  9. This one strong o.😁😁😁

    But isn't that the Igbo tradition? What if he takes the matter to court should they get to that level (I don't wish that for Chioma), will the court's judgment prevail over tradition?

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  10. Igbo tradition is for poor people, no matter what happens between chioma and Davido. if that child grow up to learn his mother change his name from Adeleke to whatever, he go cut chain. please that's poor people's tradition not for the rich.

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    1. Exactly ..Tradition is for low income people ...A rich man like Davido na cajole the family go dey cajole ..dem go dey sweet talk am not open eye because he hold pepper ...

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  11. But what is holding that marriage? If not village people braiding this boys hair

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    1. Anon you’re mad 😂🤣😂

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  12. I'm Ibo. My people don't accept male children born out of Wedlock by their daughters. You must provide the father of the boy.

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    1. Anon 21:56 pray tell, which part of igbo are you from?
      I have never heard of such tradition from igbo culture.

      Any child born,without the father marrying the mum by performing her traditional marriage rites belongs to the girl's family fullstop!

      The child answers his/her mother's surname!(That is the surname of the child's grandparents)

      If the mum marries another man, the child belongs to his/her mum's people. He/she gets inheritance etc from mum's family.

      The man marrying the woman has no business with the child!

      Except in cases the man wishes to adopt the child,then the familis will come together and agree!

      But the man is not bound by any tradition to assume fatherly role for the child!

      Most times, kids born in this circumstance becomes the last born of the house! If you are not told, you wouldn'tknow he/she is actually a grandchild in the family!

      If the man who pregnanted the mum is doing his fatherly role, it still wouldn't change the fact that the child must answer his mother's surname!

      The only difference is that the child is aware that so so man is his father in some cases ooh!

      Once a man marries a woman in igbo culture, children born by the woman to the man must answer their father's name even if the parents are divorced!

      Even if the father is a deadbeat dad, the children must answer their father's name!



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    2. Fake *Igbo. The child belongs to the woman and her father (the child’s grandfather). If the man has no sons of his own that boy automatically becomes his son

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    3. Not here in “the abroad” single Igbo women name their children after the man who impregnated them. Even when they end up marrying someone else. It’s on their birth certificates and other legal documents. Let me see which Igbo tradition will come and tell the judge the kids belong to the woman’s family 🙄🙄 Please!! They keep their mothers’ names when the man wants nothing to do with the child or the baby father cannot be “produced”.

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  13. Davido your u better marry Chioma and forget that talk else if another man married her he will marry her with her son at the end you cannot do anything cos is tradition.
    Also note that if Chioma dies now that you didn't marry her, you will have to Mary her I mean you will marry her in death and do the normal tradition. You will even pay higher than when is a live. If you have ears is better you do the needful oh. I have a colleague in my former office that they did such to him, since after the burial if his ex gf that he married when she died he cannot get to love or marry any lady.

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    1. how many times will they tell you she is already his wife ..he has paid bride price ..that they have not call for a big party does not mean he has not married her ...after she weans the baby ...maybe you people that like wedding party will be happy

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    2. He has not married her point of correction.

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    3. The child was born in the UK, his documents bear his father’s last name Adeleke. So pray tell, how they plan to take the child away or force him to marry her should she die (God forbid) or marries someone else? By law he is an Adeleke so.....? How do y’all process information?? 🤯

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    4. Olodo! Dey there dey count say Ifeanyi was "born in london"😲
      Even Andre Dike was also in America..sef! Before Tonto Dike erased & cleared off the churchill rat from her life!👏👏👏

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  14. If you’re not Igbo please don’t speak on Igbo people’s tradition. I see things that other tribes do that seem awkward to me but I never degrade them because it’s their tradition. To the BV up there that asked if the kids not bearing their dads name are bastards? That’s really ignorant, igbos don’t use that term. I only hear the Yoruba folks use such terms. If you want your kid to bear a sperm donors name good for you, leave the people who want their kids to bear the names of people who take on the real father role alone. Not all igbos do this though, there are some that claim being learned that don’t do it, but if it’s typical ODIODI for the person.

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  15. The cretin said "Higher purchase" instead of "hired". The current trend of Nigerians not knowing where to use "has" or "have" is really doing my head in. The written and spoken English of this young generation is atrocious. And the excuse they will give you is that English is not our mother tongue. If English is your official language and you received 16 years of taught formal education in English then you have no tenable excuse not to be able to speak and write English impeccably. Its really sad to see the current state of our educational system. As we are currently breeding a horde of educated illiterates.

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    1. Thank you!! Well said 👌

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    2. It's actually hire purchase, self appointed English professor

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    3. ...and you had to call him cretin? Utterly uncalled for. Its not classy to use derogatory words, it only exposes upbringing and social circle.

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    4. @Dark codr You really had to say “cretin?” Please do better. Did your smart ass know that punctuations go inside quotation marks and not outside? So when you wrote “hired”. It’s supposed to be written as “hired.”
      Your written English sucks ass too. Your whole comments reeks of arrogance and egocentrism. If you’re a good writer you’d know not to use “they” “you” and “we” while referring to the same subject.🙄

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    5. Lol... onye nkuzi. How can you call someone cretin for misspelling a word even you the genius can’t spell? Shebi you see how life is?

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    6. All this English and you don’t know it’s ‘hire purchase'? SMH

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    7. Prof., you used "its" instead of "it's". You are standing gallantly on the table you're shaking. Do we say you belong to the family of cretins too? Cretinism on fleek. IT'S really sad to see the current state of our educational system, indeed!

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    8. @AdaBekee23 February 2020 at 05:23

      Ok

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    9. Anon 01:03, don’t mind some of these BVs. They’re always the ones that are fast to analyze who has bad character or behavior. A case of using one finger to point at someone , while the rest of the fingers are pointing at you. I must show myself.

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  16. Correct igbo culture there!
    ..e go be soon another olankunle churchill loading!👀
    Because for Igbo culture a man or family doesn't claim legit ownership of child born out of wedlock & without bride price traditional requirement done!!!

    Later such child can choose whether or not to relate, associate or acknowledge his or her biological kinship. That's pure Igbo culture there. No matter how much bling jewellry, porshe suv, range rover or mansion the sperm donor father donate to the mother of the child.
    Igbos r not like yoroba, or other nigerian tribes that celebrate illegitimate child & sperm donor fathers.😠

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    1. Later such child can decide to have absolutely nothing to do with is Igbo side and only his Yoruba side only, Davido doesn't marry Chioma and has moved on to another woman, Davido and his son continue to live their life as faher and son with Chioma as the baby mama of one of Davido's children.

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    2. If Igbos are not like yoruba, or other nigerian tribes that celebrate illegitimate children & sperm donor fathers, why are Igbos like Chioma having illegitimate children & sperm donor fathers and celebrating them.

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  17. Davido if you haven't pay Chioma's pride price go and pay o. I'm igbo and it's true to lose your child to another man that later marries her. Igbos will tell you it was boyfriend/girlfriend una do born pikin so no be ur own.
    Don't think you're smart and where Chioma comes from is one part of igboland that don't take nonsense.

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    1. I don't think your Igbo though, because that thing you wrote up there isn't Igbo culture.

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  18. I don't know why people find it difficult to believe that this two are married. In traditional Igbo culture, once you pay bride price for a woman she's already your wife. Other celebrations are just formalities.
    My Yoruba folks, engagement party by the Yorubas is totally different from the bride price by the Igbos. Bride price means that you're officially married and even if they didn't do any other thing, you're still married.
    So, Chioma is Davido's wife according to the Igbo tradition.

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  19. This girl just allowed David to turn her into an object of debate

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  20. This girl just allowed David to turn her into an object of debate, I thought ,they said a wedding has taken place,so bwhere is this one coming from again? Las last email wa alright

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