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Peter Obi offers condolences to Wizkid over mum’s death

The 2023 presidential candidate of Labour Party, (LP), Peter Obi, has commiserated with Nigerian music superstar, Ayodeji ”Wizkid” Balogun over the death of his mother.

Wizkid’s mother, Mrs Jane Dolapo Balogun reportedly passed away on Friday, 18th of August 2023.

Peter Obi offered condolences via his Twitter account on Saturday, and prayed to God to grant Wizkid the fortitude to bear the ‘irreplaceable loss.’

He wrote; “On behalf of the OBIdient family, I sincerely commiserate with Mr Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, (Wizkid), who reportedly lost his beloved mother. The death of a loved one is a very painful experience, more so a beloved mother.

“Dear Wizkid, may God Almighty who called her home grant her eternal rest in His kingdom and grant you and your family the fortitude to bear her irreplaceable loss. God bless you always. – PO”

In other news…

A Caucasian woman known as Patricia has revealed that she and her husband wish to take their 18-year-old son to court following his decision abandon them.

She took to her Facebook page and said that the boy moved out of their home and went to rent his own apartment without their permission.

According to her, the teenager has been paying them parenting fee daily since he was 13 years old but he stopped doing that after he left the family house.

Patricia sought for advise on how they can sue him since he decided to stop paying the daily parenting fee abruptly.

She wrote; “My 18-year-old son left home with our authorization to get an apartment and now refuses to pay his daily parenting fees that he has been paying since he was 13 years old. How would I go about suing him?”

Reacting, @MiKarma4u; Parenting fees are set up by selfish parents who are overly dependent upon their children and find the children as a source of income.. Making the children an indentured servant or basically the family prostitute..

@deltaplan; I understand the concept that when children who still live with their parents start earning money, the parents ask them to contribute to the family expenses. The parents will even pay income tax on their children income if they are still part of the household, so it’s totally…

@SkyeKahoalii; What are “parenting fees?” Although just the term and the information that these fees were extracted from a minor seems sketchy as hell.