“I never told anyone that my husband gave me STD, I dont have a sister she is just after my money” – Mohbad’s wife, Omowunmi issues a disclaimer over her sister’s claims

Omowunmi, the late singer Mohbad’s wife, has refuted her sister’s remarks, indicating a lack of family consensus. Just hours ago, her elder sister, Karimot, criticized Mohbad’s father for requesting a DNA test. Karimot claimed that Mohbad repeatedly transmitted sexually transmitted diseases to Wunmi, which she treated with antibiotics. Criticizing those advocating for DNA tests, Karimot highlighted the prevalence of spouses transmitting STDs in marriages and pledged to involve the US government if anything happened to Omowunmi and her son.

Disproving the claims made against her, Omowunmi expressed gratitude to the public for their support for both her and her son, highlighting that they are the ones keeping them going. She called upon the public to assist in preserving the cherished memory of her husband, portraying him as a kind-hearted and affectionate individual whom she would choose to marry repeatedly. Emphatically, she clarified that she had never disclosed any allegations of her late husband giving her an STD, being involved in a cult, abusing drugs, or physically harming her. Despite this, she acknowledged the affection and desire of people to defend her, which she deeply values.

“Dear all,

I would like to appreciate everyone who stood by my son and I. You are the reason we are still breathing in this trying moment.

I would like to urge you all to please preserve the lovely memory of my husband. My husband was a good and loving man and I would marry him over and over again.

I have never personally at any time told anyone that my husband gave me STDs, belonged to a cult, on drugs and neither have I told anyone he beats me.
I know you all love me and want to defend Liam and I, we truly appreciate it

I’m alive to take the blame, pressure, accusations, and curses. Sadly, my husband can’t defend himself. I love my husband, even in death I still honor him. If you love me, please respect the memory of my husband. My own Nigga, my defender, the shoulder I lean on, my friend, my Ileriouluwa is a Good man. He was good to us, his family and friends.

Liam, our son would grow up to read and see everything about his father (Ileriouluwa Oladimeji Aloba) and u want him to be proud of his father’s legacy.

Thank you very much again for your unwavering love toward Mohbad, Liam and I. God bless you more and more”.

Sources: Infotrend.com.ng