Atiku Abubakar’s Son And Ex-Wife Clash Over Child Custody | Photos

A son of Nigeria’s former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, is reportedly clashing with his ex-wife over the custody of their child.
Many residents have been stunned as serious drama currently unfolds in front of Greenwood school in Parkview Estate, Ikoyi, Lagos.
According to LIB, this is because one of the sons of former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, and his ex-wife, Miss Bolori, are fighting over custody of their eight-year-old daughter, Amirah.
After their breakup, Atiku’s son went with their daughter. However, miss Bolori went to court to seek custody which she won and was granted custody yesterday, October 11th.
She went to her daughter’s school today to pick her up and on hearing that she was there, Atiku’s son and his police escorts stormed the school and prevented her from taking the child.
Miss Bolori has vowed to not leave the school premises until she is allowed to take her child with her.
The police officers are threatening to shoot anyone who takes records.
More details later…

Source: LIB

1 Comment

  • Informationng should stop writing things without prove this is absolutely not right. Ummi bolori is a bloody liar I am highly disappointed with her that she was restricted from seeing her kids for 4years. I can provide you people pictures of ummi and her kids in Dubai last year. I can also provide you more pictures of her with her kids this year in Lagos, that’s around April. So people should stop concluding things without having any strong reasons or facts. She stays in Atiku’s house whenever she’s in Lagos with her kids but I just understand why she’s blaming the whole Atiku family and publicly also lying to gain public sympathy when she can go to court privately and settle their differences privately also. people should try and stop writing there family problems on social media, doing that is automatically exposing your personal problems to the world.

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