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Paternity Dispute And Public Notice In The Guardian: I Have To Protect My Biological Children – Igbaroola



Following the trolls on social media that trailed the publication of a public notice in The Guardian, dated 1st February , 2017, disputing my paternity of Enitan Olanike Keji and marriage to one Esther Boladale Arike, I, Olaniran Anthony Igbaroola, will like to state that the action was taken in the interest of my biological children, to safeguard their future and for peace to reign.

Mr. Anthony Igbaroola

The conflict of confidence and trust arising from the paternity of Enitan Olanike Keji was laid to rest since September 13, 1994, when a Parentage Dispute Forensic Science was conducted and the result was negative, establishing the fact that I, Olaniran Anthony Igbaroola could not be the father of Enitan. (See Attached document).

The judgment of a court of law also established that I am not the husband of Enitan’s mother, Esther Boladale Arike.
I have also disassociated myself and the entire Bisi Igbaroola’s family of Ilesha, Osun State from the purported wedding, wherein my siblings-Oladele Igbaroola and Cecilia Bolupe Afolabi nee Igbaroola, conducted a traditional marriage for Enitan, an action against the wish and not supported by the entire Bisi Igbaroola’s family of Ilesha.
I have since deposed to an affidavit to dispute all these claims.
(See attached document)


The ugly matter reared its head following the dispute that arose from the manner my late mother would be buried. My two other siblings-Oladele and Cecilia have planned the burial without the consent and blessings of the larger family. The plan did not conform to the norms and practices of conducting burials in the family. A large section of the family protested but they stood to their grounds. When we all decided to allow them for peace sake and because I declined to finance the obnoxious burial plan, they were financially constrained and it was at that point that Boladale Arike, mother of Enitan approached them to represent the ‘Bride’s’ Parents’. They were offered money and they collected the blood money and stood in as the Bride’s Father at the wedding.

They sacrificed the burial for the wedding
Burial and wedding? What is the relationship? These are questions the traitors and vultures may have to answer.

To my utter shock and to cover their foibles, my two siblings (Oladele Igbaroola and Cecilia Bolupe Afolabi Nee Igbaroola) claimed I was DEAD and we were reliably informed, collected the sum of N500, 000 (Five Hundred Thousand Naira), fraudulently from Enitan and her mother, Boladale, to represent the Igbaroola’s family and I, at the engagement ceremony.

This action was done contrary to a court- ordered DNA test that established I was not the father and the court judgment that clearly stated that I was not the biological father of Enitan Olanike Keji.
While I wish Enitan Olanike Keji a marital bliss, my action was to protect my legitimate children and myself, in case of unforeseen circumstances and considering the desperation of all the actors, the public notice became urgent and important, as actions in a court of law may take thy kingdom come.

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