School dropout seeks advice after inheriting his deceased mum’s Abuja property

A Nigerian man has revealed that he inherited a high value property from his mother who recently passed away, and he is confused on what to do.

He took to social media to seek suggestions from netizens on the best thing he can do with the 4-bedroom duplex his mum left for him in Maitama, Abuja.

The man said the only child of his mother and is a school dropout who is into forex. He wondered whether he should rent the property, but noted that the process is hard.

In his words; “Need your advice. I just lost my mum and inherited a property of hers in maitama(I’m the only child) the thing is I’m a dropout, do you think I should rent the property (which is proving to be hard its a 4 bedroom duplex) or sell outright? Im into tech and forex and some major capital is needed. Please”

Meanwhile, in another news…

Veteran Nigerian actress, Iyabo Ojo alleged that Mohbad’s father, Mr James Aloba is aggrieved because his late son bought some property in his six-month-old son’s name.

Mohbad and wife Omowunmi have a son named Liam, and according to Iyabo, the family is torn apart over the inheritance of the late singer’s properties.

The screen diva who spoke in a recent interview with media personality, Daddy Freeze, said she had a conversation with the singer’s parents separately, and Mr Aloba expressed displeasure because a property was bought in his grandson, Liam’s name.

She said; “I’ve spoken to Mohbad’s wife. I’ve spoken to Mohbad’s mum. And Mohbad’s dad also called me and told me some things. From what Mohbad’s dad said I know that there’s an issue going on between the dad and the wife’s family.

“He said he would like me to ask Mohbad’s wife’s mother some questions which are personal family questions. Most of it is based on properties and money. And one of it was like… He said to me, ‘I bought my own property with my name so why will Mohbad buy his own property in his son’s name?’ Don’t I think it was shady? There’s a property that Mohbad bought in his son’s name.”