Five months after his death, 16 children of Ibru start property, paternity battle

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Five months after the death of frontline businessman Chief Olorogun Michael Ibru, 16 of his children are in a legal tussle over their paternity and his multi-billion naira assets, The Nation reports.
One of his sons, Oboden Ibru, has approached the Igbosere High Court, , for a declaration, among others, that he and his 15 other siblings are entitled to the estate of their father.
In a counter-claim, one of the late Chief Ibru’s daughters, Janet Ibru, urged the court to declare that only persons whose paternity are confirmed by a diagnostics centre in the United States are entitled to an equal share of the estate.
Furthermore, she is seeking an order of the court directing the administrators of the estate of the late Ibru to refund to her, the expenses incurred in taking care of the late Ibru during the final year of his .
Oboden’s suit was filed February 8 by Chief Bolaji Ayorinde (SAN) but has not been assigned to a Judge.


  1. Egwuatu Mary

    February 20, 2017 at 9:17 am

    Family problem. Let them sort it out

  2. Bright Meek Phronesis Odei

    February 20, 2017 at 9:43 am

    I think late chief Olorogun Michael Ibru’s children should be wise and act maturely concerning their dad’s property. There is no need for paternity battle.

  3. Emmix Manuel

    February 20, 2017 at 10:31 am

    It’s lyk they have been waiting for him to pass

  4. ChibuiKe Ani

    February 20, 2017 at 1:55 pm

    This is what we call divided family.