Family members of the owner of collapsed 21-story Ikoyi building, Femi Osibona, are allegedly in a messy fight over the properties of the deceased.
This is coming following the recovery of the lifeless body of the Chief Executive Officer of Fourscore Homes Limited, Femi Osibona, on Thursday from the rubble of the collapsed structure after about four days.
According to reports exclusively obtained by Sahara Reporters, the deceased wife, who flew in from the United States, tried gaining access to her husband’s apartment along Mosley Road, Ikoyi but she was denied access by some of Osibona’s brothers.
The mother of four is said to be in a fight with the brothers of her late husband over his bank details, exotic cars, and other valuable properties.
“The brothers and wife of Femi Osibona are fighting over access to bank details of the deceased and keys to expensive vehicles. This is despite the fact that the man has a wife and four kids. The body is yet to be buried; they are already fighting over his property. His wife was at the site yesterday, shouting at his brothers. I think there are loads of cash in the house.
“Femi’s brothers have stopped his wife and daughter from getting into his apartment. It is such a mess that money has become the root of all this evil. The brother asked the wife to go and stay at the hotel and she claimed she has no money to go there,” one of the sources revealed to Sahara Reporters.
Another source revealed that, “The woman came to the house with MOPOL; the family also engaged the services of MOPOL. On each side, there were about twenty people shouting on one another. When it was already midnight, we chased every one of them out of the house. They were outside till midnight shouting, swearing, boasting and threatening. Instead of mourning, these people were fighting over assets. They have also engaged popular lawyer, Olisa Agbakoba, on the matter.”