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Monday, July 27, 2020

Lady Seeks Restraining Oder As IG Of Police Orders DNA On Her 9 Year Old Son After Family Of Late Hubby Hint At Foul Play..

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has ordered that a DNA test be conducted on nine-year-old Chidera Ekwerekwu following a protracted battle between the family of a late businessman, Victor Ekwerekwu, and his widow, Ndidiamaka Ekwerekwu, over the paternity of the child.






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But the widow has gone to Justice D.A. Onyefulu of the Anambra State High Court for an order restraining the IG from releasing the result of the test conducted on the child.
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According to her, subjecting the child to a DNA test “amounts to slavery, servitude and a degrading treatment, which is a gross violation of his fundamental rights as enshrined in Section 34 of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, as amended.”
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While asking the court to declare any result arising from the DNA test a nullity, Mrs Ekwerekwu, in the suit filed by her lawyer, C.C. Obikwelu of Chidiobieze Chambers in Onitsha, prayed that she be paid N6bn as damages by both the police and her deceased husband’s family.
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Among other reliefs, the plaintiff demanded “an order nullifying the result obtained from a purported DNA test conducted on the applicants forcibly without her consent and rendering such results null and void and not to be accepted by any court of law same being obtained by illegal and fraudulent means.”
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Named as the first to sixth respondents were Charles Ekwerekwu, Njideka Ndiwe, Nonso Okechukwu, IG Mohammed Adamu, Abba Kyari (Deputy Commissioner of Police and Head of Intelligence Response Team) and CP of Anambra State.
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PUNCH Metro had reported that the remains of Victor, who died on October 29, 2019, had been in a mortuary following a 10-month battle over the paternity of the boy, as well as the cause of his death.
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A petition to the IG, dated January 3, 2020, by his family, said Ndidiamaka brought the child a few hours after Victor’s death and claimed that the deceased was responsible for the child.
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The family, in the petition, said they suspected foul play given that the couple never had any child in their 18 years of marriage.
---from @punchnewspapers on Instagram.





She should allow the DNA if her hands are clean so as to get this over with BUT if she does not come to equity with clean hands,It is understandable

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  1. Baby Factory or nah?

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    1. Why is she afraid of DNA?

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    2. It simply means the deceased isn't the biological father of the child. Miserable woman from pit of hell

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    3. What if she and d deceased planned to adopt the child without any family consent?

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    4. Shr refused because the late husbands family will altered the result because of their wealthy status. Just because they want properties to themselves they decided to go through the route of dna to carry out their evil ways. I’m so appalled that you guys don’t reason out of box and just base your comments on stella’s Red pen.

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    5. Please temper justice, she is just trying not to loose out, 18years of childlessness is not a joke, she is also part of the man success. I pray she adopted the child sha and not baby factory.
      In-law wahala after husband death is not something to wish an enemy, especially if there is no child.

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    6. Shouldn't the guy's assets go to the wife, with or without a child in the picture?

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    7. Anon 16:43
      This doesn't happen in most parts of Nigeria

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    8. Ayobedspread I pray so too.except the family will manipulate the DNA I see know reason why she should be against it.

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    9. This culture against women is perpetuated by women. How can someone carry out DNA test on my child without my permission and you guys are in support? Why should she subject herself or her child to such? The only human she owes any explanation is dead. Any other person is infringing on personal rights and personal space. Such nonsense, and Stella dey talk clean hands, this is not a case of clean hands, this is a case of mind ya biz and kindly stay in your lane, extended family.

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  2. Nigeria!
    Did the police IG get a court warrant to conduct the test? ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”

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    1. Pls help me ask him.

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    2. Evidently, they did not because she said it was forcibly conducted.

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  3. I have always said it on this forum,
    Ladies that have been breeding strange
    children under their husband's P, should kit up for the marathon dance because in the end, the dancers are left naked.
    ๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️๐Ÿคธ๐Ÿป‍♀️

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    1. Madam did you read till the end?

      The couple were said to be childless for 18years. Obviously the woman was about to be kicked out as soon as her husband died and she quickly ran to buy/adopt a child. The family being hell-bent on taking all the wealth of their late brother, demanded a DNA as if it matters in Igbo tradition.

      My aunt went through this. 10years of suffering with her husband but they were childless. Her husband died and the Catholic adoption process that have been slow to answer them came through for her when she cried to them that she was about to be kicked out empty handed by her late husband's family. They gave her a son that is 21years now and the Igwe of Umuoji stepped into the matter and it was settled that she and her son and any other child she wished to adopt in the future will be her late husband's, bear his name and keep his fortune.

      DON'T BE QUICK TO CONDEM.

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    2. The Original Shugar Girl1 August 2020 at 04:43

      Idiotic spinner.

      Show some mercy and be a little bit sensible before painting your usual picture of holier than the rest.

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  4. As long as the dead husband acknowledged the boy, the family should perch.

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    1. Read the story once again before you comment.

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    2. Anon 12:18 did you read the same thing I read?
      She brought the child after the man died and claimed the child belongs to the deceased.
      The dead cannot talk.
      They should allow the man rest in peace.
      The woman has something to hide if not why not allow the test be admissible?.

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  5. Lol, judgement day has come. Brace urself madam

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  6. She want to play sharp one on them to claim the properties

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  7. Hmm, obviously the child does not belong to the deceased.

    Now the question is, did the deceased adopt the child before his death or the widow is doing this because of Inheritance? Very funny story.

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  8. The famous Ekwerekwu family of Onitsha isn't one to joke with. They will see to the end of this sensitive issue.


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    1. As in ehhn.The family is well known and has calibres of people from different professions. They will fight to the end!.May justice prevail!

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    2. Of what use is their education and calibre of they are wicked enough to want to throw her out because they didn't have a child? For all you know, the man may have been the infertile one. Why should the woman provide a child to inherit her husband's assets? Should it not come to her by default? If the same fat3 befell one of their daughters, will they not fight for her to get what her husband left behind? This evil mentality of mistreating widows should be eradicated.

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    3. @ 16.48, It is the deceased's fault. He should have willed his properties to his wife. He gave them the opportunity to mistreat her by not doing the needful.


      Abroadian BV

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  9. Madam your hands are not clean, if you have nothing to hide you will allow the DNA.

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    1. Even DNA can be altered to suit the family's wishes

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  10. The family that are eagerly trying to see that the man has no heir left, are they responsible for his childlessness? Abi na them kill their brother because of this same wealth they're trying so hard to drag to themselves, every other family I Know would be glad that someone will still carry their brother's name along.... What do I know sef

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    1. The family and widow are bunch of thieves. If the child was adopted by the deceased with legal documents to back it up,No problem.

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    2. The way some families scramble for properties is sickening.

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    3. Can you practice what you just wrote if you are a member of that family, everyone claiming to be good. They should better share things, and give the wife more.

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    4. Kehi! You are wicked oh! This has just pissed me off the more. They should share another person's sweat. God forbid my husband does young but if anything happens to him let me see the evil family that will come and take properties. Now that we are suffering nobody is assisting us.

      That was how they almost killed my sister after suffering for eight years the husband died without having a child. She had to use her legs to run years later she is still suffering one sickness or the other coupled with frustrations.

      Everyone should learn from this if you are buying properties write your names fully kemi and kehinde Adebayo. Just to avoid stories that touch. This is not fare.

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  11. Clems ekwerekwu and his wife adopted the baby but the man's family wants to play with the woman, everyone knows the child is adopted with the consent of the husband when he is alive, why are they fighting so hard to take away Clems music from his wife which they know the couple worked hard to build that business, chia onitsha people and land grabbing from their late brother's wife is like 5& 6

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    1. The woman should forward the adopted documents with her late husband's signature to the court.

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    2. Wait o, is it not that woman that sang with Chinyere Udoma in that "ADIM WELL LOADED" - Sis Ndidiamaka, Sis Chinyere Udoma's friend? I have some of her collections then.
      So Clems Musis CEO is dead. Eyaa

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    3. Thank you for your analysis.
      For me I feel there is more to this.
      If the child was adopted of course she will object.Pray not to get into a family that doesn't want you from the get go.
      The child might not have the man's DNA for real but the family just wants the woman to leave the marriage empty.

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  12. Give in if there's nothing to hide. What's she afraid of if her hands are clean?

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  13. Greedy family probably wanted to throw her out without nothing because of childlessness. It's not like she just married the man. She's been his wife for 18 years.

    "A petition to the IG, dated January 3, 2020, by his family, said Ndidiamaka brought the child a few hours after Victor’s death and claimed that the deceased was responsible for the child.The family, in the petition, said they suspected foul play given that the couple never had any child in their 18 years of marriage." - Hmmm. This is confusing

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    1. A child doesn't have to be biologically yours before it can be recognized as yours. Na wa ooo. Anything to get what others sweat for is what some families are into. It is a shame.

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    2. I stand with you on your first paragraph.
      For the family saying she brought the child after his death,that's of course what they will tell the court

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    3. Please if you are TTC and you are married to a man where the family members do not like you, please try to persuade the man to write a will,even if he is not rich. Pray not to jam a heartless family

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  14. Does a wife of 18 YEARS need to have a child with her husband to inherit his estate upon his demise if he died of natural causes?

    In 18 years, did she not work or contribute positively in building the late husband's life and wealth?

    The best they can do in this case is to split the deceased man's estate equally between his widow and his family/siblings.

    My submission is based on the fact that his widow has rights having been married to him albeit without a child while his surving parents/siblings contributed to his life and success before his marriage.

    It's unfortunate the man died without a Will.

    Please, stop the greed.
    See how the man died without taking any of his earthly possessions to his grave.๐Ÿ’‍♀️

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    1. Love this ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ

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  15. The family should challenge his will,if any exists, in court and obtain an Order for DNA. If she is his legal wife why was the kid hidden from everyone?

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  16. This battle is because of property(ies). The family of the man should leave her be. Real child or not the woman was the man's wife, therefore deserve some if not all his properties.

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  17. The family members should hide their faces in shame, so because she's childless they want to take away everything she laboured for 18years. I pray her husband gave consent for the child's adoption before he death. Wicked people everywhere....

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    1. Gbam,my prayers is that the man adopted the child and they didnt use baby factory. That is just my prayer. That she didn't go to all these miracle centers to deliver the child.
      The man's family is very very very heartless .A wife of 18 whole years should be left pennyless wickedness

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  18. Greedy family members. Why are they so eager to discredit the woman. I bet they're happy all the property is about to be theirs

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  19. Poor woman.Just because of properties they are dragging the woman ,I'm sure Cos that Ekwerekwu family is very rich and well known at Onitsha. A woman that have lived with her hubby for good 18years whether there is child or not should be in possession of their properties naw.Nawa

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  20. They came up with this just to claim their brother's wealth,wicked family

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    1. I was thinking along these lines too. Every woman will see what her husband's family really think about her when he dies. The vast majority are only family in name, not spirit or heart.

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  21. Madam Stella why are you withholding my comment? Is it because I mentioned Igbos, I'm an Igbo too and in similar situation. Mine is still in court sef, dragging properties and money with me and kids, kids that are still minors, such wickedness. Some families are so heartless.
    Imagine a younger brother burying a senior brother then forced me to pay him more than he spent on the burial, blood brothers o same mum and dad. I gave him quietly thinking it'll end there but no. They are trying to share what's left with all of them totalling six in number, 4 elderly women with grown up kids living in their various husband houses. I mean grandmas. They told my lawyer they're bigger that the money they're dragging yet....

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    1. Be prayerful. Hope you open account for your kids, hide documents if any o. Be wise and alert.

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    2. Madam pls be grateful and watchful
      They can kill you and your kids just to claim the properties

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    3. Chai autocorrect
      Be prayerful and watchful

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    4. Madam Anon this is the time to be smart and pray to the God you serve as if it is a do or die affair. Cover yourself and kids, open accounts in their names and stash money their for their future. God will come through for you

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  22. Husband's family from the pit of hell, what if she and her husband agreed to adopt the boy ?

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  23. Chai,it shows the child is not for her husband.

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  24. Heartless family, so even if the man and the wife didn't give birth, the woman should be left penniless.

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  25. In civilised countries a woman who has lived up to 7 years with a man is recognized as a common law wife and will inherit. Child or none ,she is his wife 18 years. People are wicked ...tomorrow when the seeds of wickedness they have sewn bring forth fruit they will start praying and fasting

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  26. To every Igbo men out there ...write a will!!! Don't let your children suffer cos of your wicked siblings. As long as there is a will, no matter where they take it too, it will always stand. Better yet do a video and curse anyone dragging your properties from your wife...trust me they will run.

    Writing a will means they are protected. Make sure they know where all properties are and where all docs are kept even monies in the bank, tell your wife!

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  27. Will the wife inherit his assets. Maybe. But bringing an unknown child ibto the equation is suspicious and I will call for autopsy for the deceased and DNA test for the child. The woman is a scammer. I trust Ekwerekwu family. I smiled when I saw the name Njideka Ndiwe as respondent. The conniving wife has met her match. Njideka Ndiwe ezigbo nwa Onitsha Ado. Battle on!

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    1. Anon 07:08 may this your comment be your portion in your lifetime if this widow has been a good wife and sister in-law.

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  28. This is wicked and inconsiderate, has anyone thought about the welfare of the wife before thinking of taking everything away from her? Is 18 years a Joke to that family? If she happens to be their sister how will they feel this is happening to her? With this kind of family the dead man MIGHT be the one with fertility issues else he would have impregnated someone else since! If the family is good to the wife she won't think of bringing in a child to claim properties. People should always think of their future before they take some steps

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