Members o the Mugangan family in Aladja Community, Udu Local Government Area of Delta State have alleged that their sister’s estranged husband, one Sunday Edo, has refused to allow her children attend her burial.
According to Facebook user, Henry Aghogho Ubus, Sunday Edo of Igueben town in Edo State and late Queen Mugangan separated about 17 years ago over alleged domestic violence. Until her death on on the 24th January 2018, he had refused her access to her children. Read his post below:
What appears to be a Nollywood movie is now real as Mr. Sunday Edo of Igueben town of Edo State Nigeria has deprived his two Children from attending their Late mother Queen Mugangan’s burial of Aladja Community in Udu Local Government Area of Delta State whereby delaying the burial arrangements by the family.
While narrating the story recently to Newsmen at Aladja, a member of the family Mr. Edafe Mugangan revealed that the marriage of his sister Late Queen Mugangan with Sunday Edo was blessed with 3 three Children, a female and two boys. The eldest son Frank Oyikigho Edo (21 years), Samuel Edo (19 years) Princess Kevwe Edo (17 years). He said that misunderstanding broke out between his sister Late Queen Mugangan and her husband Mr. Sunday 17 years ago when miss Kevwe Edo was a year older, stressing that the younger brother of Sunday Edo whose name is Patrick Edo beat up her sister this made her to pack to Aladja from Onos Estate where they were staying then, as his late Dad Chief Ojakovo Mugangan was not pleased on hearing about the ugly incident. According to Edafe Mugangan since her sister parked to Aladja 17 years ago with baby Kevwe until she eventually died on the 24th January 2018, Sunday Edo did not showed up.
Sunday Edo seized and prevented Master Frank Edo and Samuel Edo from seeing their mother until her death. Upon the death of late Queen the family members went to his company Siapien where he presently works to inform him of the demise of his former wife and the need for him to released the two children so that the burial arrangements could be perfected. Sunday refused.
The ironing here is that Princess Kevwe Edo does not know and has never set her eyes on them. When Late Queen was alive she visited Port Harcourt twice to see her Children but Sunday Edo her vehemently. So apart from Princess Kevwe Edo, Frank and Kevwe does know their mother.
Though the Mugangan’s family has met a lawyer to file a suit to Sunday via his Company Saipem based in Port Harcourt because he is now aware that his former wife is late but he still insisted that he will never release the two Children, I want to appeal to his Friends, Associates and family members to prevail on him to release the two Children so that the burial arrangements can go on smoothly. Mr Sunday Edo who was a former worker of Julius Berger but now works with Saipem in Port Harcourt can contacted on his GSM number 07059535761. Please help to appeal to him to change his mind if it is even via sms.
In the above pictures is Late Queen Mugangan, Late Queen Baby Samuel now 19 years and Mr Sunday Edo some years ago when they were staying at Onos Estate in Udu, the other pic is that of Princess Kevwe Edo.