Thursday, January 7

NAPTIP queries Davido over baby mama Sophia Momodu's child abduction claim

Nigerian singer David Adeleke popularly known as Davido was yesterday Wednesday January 7th 2016 queried by The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons and other related matters over the allegation of child abduction leveled against him by his baby mama, Sophia Momodu.

Davido was at the office of the agency on Oba Aladejobi Street, Ikeja GRA, Lagos, to state his own side of the story, following his baby mama, 27 year old Sophia's petition to NAPTIP alleging that Davido had abducted her daughter, Imade. Adding that Davido was planning to take Imade to the United States of America without her consent, urging the agency to act fast and stop him.

Davido denied the allegation of abduction, saying he was only taking the seven month old Imade to the American Hospital, Dubai, for treatment after she was infected with cannabis which she reportedly sucked from her mother’s breast.

He later released a test result purportedly issued by a Lagos clinic indicating that Sophia was infected with cannabis.

Meanwhile, Sophia has written the management of Clina-Lancet Laboratories, demanding the original copy of the result showing she tested positive for cannabis. The letter, written by her lawyer, Gbolaga Ajayi, of S. O. Ajayi & Co, dated January 5, said Sophia saw the result for the first time on the Internet.

Davido’s manager, Kamal Ajiboye, while confirming the development, said the singer was at the NAPTIP’s office to state his side of the story.

He said, “They just asked him to state his side of the story. I know he was there today to sign his statement through his lawyer. I cannot say to what extent the matter is going or if it is going to court.”

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