In a controversial development, a prominent Nigerian businessman and former Skye Bank chairman, Tunde Ayeni, has reportedly evicted his estranged lover, Adaobi Alagwu, from an office building that he allegedly gifted to her previously.
The core of the dispute revolves around Ayeni’s denial of being the father of Adaobi’s baby girl. The office building, situated at 36 Birao Street, Wuse 2, Abuja, has now been sealed off by Ayeni, disregarding warnings conveyed to him through a letter from Adaobi.
Ayeni maintains that he has no relationship with Adaobi and has taken the drastic step of cutting off all communication with her. On the other side, accusations of deceit and manipulation have emerged, with Adaobi’s family reportedly preparing to address the alleged humiliation and attacks they claim to have endured from Ayeni and his wife.
Adding to the complexity of the situation are hints of a potential DNA test by Mrs. Ayeni to determine the paternity of the baby, as well as allegations of financial support from Mr. Ayeni during the pregnancy.
The dispute between the two parties has garnered public attention and raised questions about accountability and responsibility. As the situation unfolds, the legal and emotional complexities are likely to deepen, with potential implications for all parties involved.