Paternity case: Lagos police bans Nedu’s wife from social media

The Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of the State Criminal Investigation Department, Panti, Yaba, Lagos, Mr. Fayoade Adegoke has barred the ex-wife of a popular Lagos based online media personality, Ani Chinedu Emmanuel known as Nedu from making further comments on their marital situation on the social media.

Nedu and his wife, Uzoamaka Ohiri are currently locked in war of attrition regarding the paternity of some of their children as allegations of infidelity is currently trailing them in the social media.

Nedu had accused his former wife of infidelity just as Uzoamaka also accused the popular television and radio presenter of abandoning their two girls they had together.

The first child many thought belonged to the couple actually belonged to another man, Uzoamaka said, adding that it was no secret between her and Nedu.

Both former partners accused each other of domestic abuse.

The couple have since parted ways but are now locked in a battle Uzoamaka says is meant to hold Nedu financially responsible for the girls.

She has taken her story online but the police recently questioned Uzoamaka for three days and told her to stop posting comments about Nedu online.

The gag was sequel to a petition by Nedu.

In a letter of invitation with reference letter CR:3000/LSX/D10/Vol.3/71 which was signed by Adegoke, the comedian’s ex-wife was asked to see CSP Margaret Ighodalo.

In the letter dated September 7, 2021, Uzoamaka was informed that the invitation was merely for fact-finding.

However, on getting to the SCID on Wednesday, Ohiri’s photographs were taken by the police and she was grilled for six hours before being granted administrative bail and asked to return the next day.

On Thursday, on her return, she was warned against making comments about Nedu on social media and was also made to return to the SCID on Friday.

A relative of Ohiri said, “My cousin is seriously being harassed, humiliated and intimidated by the Police because of the status of her ex-husband.

“How does a family and civil matter concern the Police? The Commissioner of Police needs to caution his men.”

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