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Mr Ibu’s Wife Demands A House From The Donation – Doris Ogala Drops

mr ibu and wife stella maris
Mr Ibu's Wife Demands A House From The Donation - Doris Ogala Drops

Nollywood actress, Doris Ogala has leveled some allegations against ailing actor, Mr Ibu’s wife, Stella Maris.

She said on her Instagram page that the actor’s wife is demanding a house to be paid for with the money that was donated to her husband’s medical care.

She reportedly intends to buy a new house and repair the one she already owns, which is leaking, with the money.

mr ibu and wife stella maris

According to Doris, N2.5 million of the donation was moved to Stella’s account for upkeep.

Doris Ogala posed a crucial query in a different post, asking why Mr Ibu disregarded his wife if she is good as she claims and added their son as a signatory to his account.

In her words: “Ibu’s wife is demanding for a house saying that her house is leaking water. That they should get her a new house from the house contributed for Ibu’s treatment. They transferred a total of 2.5 million to her account for upkeep from the money. Hmmm.

“My question is why did Mr Ibu take his second son to the bank and make him a signatory if the wife had been good as she claimed? Why didn’t Ibu make the wife signatory to the account? So many things are not adding up, there is more to it”.

See a screenshot of the post below:

Source: OccupyGh.com 

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