“Why Is It That Material Things Or Wealth Seems To Outweigh The Love For Your Own Child” Tonto Dikeh Queries Mohbad’s Father

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Tonto Dikeh, a Nollywood actress, has questioned late singer Ileriouluwa Oladimeji Aloba, also known as Mohbad’s father, once more.

She questioned why material things seemed to trump his love for his late son in a lengthy Instagram post. Despite receiving N2 million, he buried his son within 24 hours, she observed.

She continued by saying that it was a young person’s protest, not Mohbad’s, that led to the decision to dig Mohbad’s grave. Tonto reminded Mohbad’s father that his son was now married and that she should take on her share of the responsibilities.

“It’s so hard to even love or support Mohbad’s father” — Tonto Dikeh


Mohbad, from the depth of my heart, I extend a profound apology. You deserve so much more, and it pains me to witness your struggles, with steadfast support coming from compassionate souls like “THE CONCERNED CITIZENS.”
It’s a promise we will keep fighting regardless of names called & heartbroken.

Papa Mohbad, I can empathize with the harsh realities of poor conditions, but when it involves your own flesh and blood, your son, it’s truly heartbreaking. How is it that material things or wealth seems to outweigh the love for your own child?

The hurried and undignified burial of our dear Mohbad within a mere 24 hours of his supposed passing, compounded by insufficient arrangements due to financial constraints after getting a whooping sum of 2 million Naria, is deeply distressing considering his status.
Need I remind you of the shameless, senseless, and inhumane way the mob’s neck was broken?

The decision to exhume your son’s remains stemmed from a collective outcry of Nigerian youth– which is a testament to our shared concern, While we acknowledged that Mohbad is indeed your son, please note, that he was a married man, and the responsibility should extend to his wife regardless of any circumstances.

In your quest for global assistance and DNA verification, it’s crucial to address the right of that woman personally, the one who holds the answers.
By the way, I totally agree with DNA, but why are you asking Nigerians for DNA and not Wunmi?

Your immersion in social media, driven by trivialities and fleeting fame, is disheartening. I find solace in the knowledge that you are not a part of my family, sparing us the pain of witnessing your disregard for your son’s memory.

It’s bewildering that your discontent only surfaced upon witnessing contributions to your grandson in the custody of his mother “Your late son’s wife”, BUT YOU NOW CHARGE 10k/15K to be interviewed🤦🏼‍♀️
Papa Mohbad, how does one fail their own flesh and blood not once, but twice?

My heart aches for the pain you are causing and the deep wounds left unhealed.

But I’ll leave you with these words, DO RIGHT BY YOUR SON”.


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