Maria Omo VC, the babymama of former Lagos State National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), MC Oluomo has made a public appeal to him over threat to her life.
Maria Omo VC narrated how she was on Live video, after being waylaid by gunmen a few days after MC Oluomo threatened her. She claimed that the men said they would kill her and throw her dead body in the Third Mainland bridge.
Taking to her Instagram page, Omo VC noted how MC Oluomo is Tinubu’s son, and thinks the world evolves around him, hence, why she is appealing to him to spare her life and that of her daughter.
She stated that should anything happen to her, MC Oluomo should be held responsible.
“I know you are Tinubu’s boy, so you believe the world evolves around you but there is one being who gives and takes.
If anything bad happens to me or my daughter, hold MUSILIU AKINSANYA responsible”.
In an open letter shared on her Instagram page, Muftaudeen wrote, “It is no longer news to the public that our escapades provided (sic) a child, Zeenat Abebi. You made life unbearable for me, not just during the pregnancy, but even after her birth. All efforts to reconcile with you and make you responsible were frustrated by you.
“You resulted (sic) in threatening my life and that of the child physically and spiritually. I have some evidence of the physical, if the spiritual attacks cannot be established in the law court.”
The actress added that contrary to reports that Oluomo gave her N20m, he only gave her N1m. She said, “Not until my last visitation to your house, I have been responsible for this girl’s welfare. All you sent a third party (to give me) was one million naira a week after I came to your house, that you even instructed a police officer to shoot at me.”
Omo VC also claimed that the situation was affecting her mental health, as she was always in a constant state of fear. She wrote, “I cannot drive freely on the highway without being attacked. All efforts to go legal proved abortive, because those I even believed that their chamber would be respected were jittery. They back out of the case even before it commences.
“Oluomo, don’t kill me or my daughter. You have a lot of children, but I have just this (one). My mental health is in a mess, my blood pressure rises every day because of you. I live in fear.”