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Thursday, November 23, 2023

Actor Mr Ibu's Wife Stellamaris Allegedly Arrests His Daughter And Son Arrested Over 'Kidnapped' 300M donation

The crisis in Actor Mr Ibu's family over monies donated for his health issues has further taken a nosedive as Police in Lagos have reportedly arrested his adopted daughter Jasmine Okafor and his Son for allegedly moving N300 Million contributed for his treatment..
The arrest came after a petition was made by Stellamaris Okafor, Mr IBU’s wife.....

49 comments:

  1. I wonder how people that contributed will feel with all these drama,if there's need for more donations I doubt if anyone will be willing again

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    1. Am really surprise...your husband is sick and still go and arrest his son and daughter ..Hmmmm...Mr ibu needs our prayers...

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    2. TASTE BLISS CAKES AND PASTRIES23 November 2023 at 14:49

      Jasmine is lucky they don't have someone like Rita Edochie in that family, she would have dealt with her mercilessly.

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  2. Another palava family just like Moh's

    Will these people allow this man recuperate and recover speedily with their love for money. Let police settle una.

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  3. All of them should gettat!
    Rubbish!

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  4. What a greedy family!

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  5. What is the connection between the ‘adopted’ daughter and the son ? Could it be true that they are sleeping with each other? Taboo ! How can a woman be doing that ? Thats an absolute curse on the family . May God no allow us see evil. I pray its just rumor . #GodhealMrIbu

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    1. May be we should be asking you that knows them too well.

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  6. What in the greediness and nonsense is happening in Mr Ibu's family?

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  7. Hmmmmm nawahoo people that contributed might be regretting plus people that wants to contribute might start having cold feet.

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  8. I will continue to say it, Mr Ibu is the one that brought the ant infested wool to his domain and the ants will bite him. Respect your wife, keep boundary and place limits.
    He will survive the sickness so he cant make amends on his wrongs.

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  9. The man is still alive and he seemingly doesn't have a say in his own affairs? His house does not appear put together. No one in his home respects his authority nor do they have regard for him.
    This is shameful.

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    1. He hasn't shown much respect for himself either from the way he chose to live his life.

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  10. It's so bad the way things has turned out and with this people will not donate again.
    I pray depression and high blood pressure will not kill Mr Ibu on the sick bed.
    I wish him quick recovery.

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  11. Why are people so wicked that they cannot consider the sick person. They rather move fund made for a sick person. You should treat the sick person and when there is any change left then you can think using it.

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  12. What kind of family is this sef? The people that donated these monies will regretting now.

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  13. Money enh!!! You can disgrace people

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    1. No! Money brought out their true character,it's a revealer

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    2. Paris,
      ๐Ÿ’ฏ over ๐Ÿ’ฏ marks for you.

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  14. This they family drama is getting out of hand,see the way they are embarrassing themselves because of money meant for the sick. Do they really care about this man as they all claim?

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    1. The “love” of money. Key word here is “love”.

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  16. What's all this nonsense this family is doing? Chai Mr Ibu don't need this kind of scandal now! Nawa o

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  17. I don't trust that his son,the wife should have been in charge of the account,this trouble is not really good for Mr IBU 's condition.

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  18. Mr. Ibu must sha not die. That is my own. The "good" that men do must live WITH them๐Ÿ˜’.

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  19. Mr lbu, you see your life?
    What exactly is happening?
    What exactly did you do or failed to do that your blokus is out in the open like this?
    Too late to unmake the many mistakes that had been made in the past.

    And you madam, you know your self.
    As long as you are still his wife, we have also seen the size and color of your pata.
    So, tread with caution. Don't do things that will have unpleasant consequences for you. It's not my business o but does she have children for him?

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  20. When someone marries and the marriage collapses, then he marries a gain and and there's another collapse, it's in order to ask questions.

    This third marriage had started doing one kind before he fell I'll.
    I don't think there was any good coordination between him and all his kids irrespective of which of the wives bore them. And then I didn't think it was wise adopting a child who was already an adult.

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    1. Please does “adoption” not require some paperwork even if it’s a once married adult woman for the person to have this level of influence in a family? An adopted daughter who was married for 9 months and overrides a wife (whether his wife is the first or third marriage) is bizarre.

      I don’t understand the false equivalency of an adopted madam and a wife. They are not equal in their authority over the man unless he has a power of attorney that gives that adopted daughter the powers she seems to be exerting in that family. Then some women are taking sides against the wife, how? She wants to buy a car, what if it’s a car to carry him around? She even denied it but what is the business of an adult madam adopted daughter who had her own marital home before in the affairs of another woman? Things are upside down these days. May God spare him to put his home in order in Jesus name.

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  21. Is it that the three of them can't work together or what? Bunch of greedy ungrateful people...



    Obi for President
    Wizkid FC
    Proudly Tiv

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  22. All this embarrassment is getting too much na. God forbid Mr Ibu dies, the wife will be driven out of her home with the speed of light.

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  23. So the adopted daughter and biological son wants to travel abroad..
    Who will be taking care of him then?

    Let the money be transferred to Mr ibu's account.



    That way he can even employ a care giver, to be taking care of him.

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  24. Instead of Mr ibu's wife to be securing property for her herself and children, she talking of bbl and iPhone 15.

    If anything happen to ibu today, she fit no know when and how they will do burial oh.

    Issokai

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  25. She should arrest them.

    BTW Mr Ibu brought this upon himself.

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  26. My late father told me the story of the friends who fought badly over a shadow from their bent camel, they fought so hard, pushed the poor camel till it got tired, got up and left them, by the time they finished fighting and realised the camel had left, they were stranded, tasty and helpless, may that not be the situation of Mr Ibu's family, Jasmine or whatever should leave already, she has done enough

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    1. She just might be his saving grace if we listen carefully to the stories and read between the lines.

      That all wives nurse sick husbands altruistically is not correct.

      We know of cases where wives abandoned sick husbands midway allegedly because of yesteryears' nursed grievance.

      Who amongst the three of them would be fighting to care for him if he was broke without fund generating goodwill.

      I know a wife who abandoned the physical care of her rich husband after she succeeded in alienating him from his older children and family when he was healthy. Last, Las, his nieces became his care givers. She, however, met her waterloo in course of going out of the home.

      The lines of life are not always clear as perceived or canvassed for gender advancement purposes

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  27. This Mr Ibu's case is becoming untidy and tacky. I feel ashamed of the family members using drama when someone's health is at stake...Why must everything come on social media and why so much emphasis on money at this critical time...

    It is well with you Mr. Ibu

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  28. Only God knows what will happen when this man dies.

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  29. Do people even consider that Mr Ibu still have young children that needs care? Isn't it shocking that Mr Ibu's umuna are not getting involved to salvage the situation? Mr Ibu seems like those "saint outside but devil at home". This is a good move. Donors need accountability

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  30. See as Mr Ibu don use bleaching cream scatter his destiny. Na this mpama you want collect N300 milla give?

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  31. Shay we saw Mr Ibu talking the other day. Make they kukuma transfer all the money to his account make he give who he wants give wetin he wants give. He is not incapacitated anymore.

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  32. Guess the donors never heard of setting up a Health Trust Fund with a board of trustees in place.

    Hospital bills and Care expenses will then be paid to the hospitals and Care Agencies as and when due.
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    Some Nigerians donate money for charitable works without thinking of or demanding accountability and transparency.

    Well, what does one expect from a country that lacks standards and is steeped in corruption from INEC to the Judiciary. The citizens will equally cast off restraints. CHAOS❗

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  33. If it is true that the “adopted once married daughter” is marrying his biological Finland based son even for papers may God intervene. I put “once married daughter” because many that question the credibility and love of his wife say it’s because it’s his 3rd marriage as if the impostor isn’t on her second marriage with her “brother”! Lack of righteousness is the problem with the country. Justice and truth are fallen on the streets and the loudest voices on SM are those of unrighteousness. Why won’t everyone tell the “adopted” family member to back off so they can hold his spouse accountable and responsible bests my imagination, it’s not rocket science. She should have no say even if she had some “type of currency” with him from the past, it’s time for the world to tell her to back off and then make his wife know she will be held responsible and accountable for him. She will be looking for prosecution for fraud or something worse if after that she does not do right by him and all the donors.

    However a situation where agents of the once married adopted daughter are recording conversations and fighting a media war speaks to an agenda that appears not to be in the man’s interest. God bless Joke Silva and Olu Jacobs!
    Btw Most immigrants of color in Finland are not doing well, Scandinavians are lily white and not welcoming of non Caucasian immigrants so the son is obviously not of means if they have to raise money to treat his father’s diabetes complications so what is cooking between the paper marriage (if true) of adopted siblings? What does he do in Finland? It’s not all countries that allow non Caucasians to thrive and Scandinavian countries are some of them.

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