LAGOS FAMILY IN SHOCK AS WIFE IS CAUGHT SLEEPING WITH DRIVER! (shocking)

Tanwa who had married a nice young gentleman has now added the ultimate
disgrace to the Fagbayi family name.

Her husband who has a nice job with an
oil company had travelled to one of the
ex USSR satellite countries and left Tanwa in the house with their two
young children. Alas, when Tanwa’s
mother-in-law came visiting to their
1004 Victoria Island Flat Estate, she
found Tanwa in bed with the family
driver.

To cut the long story short, Tanwa has been sent packing and she
has relocated to the USA.
It did not come as a shock, some years
back when Olu Fagbayi, the scion of the
Fagbayi family passed gently away. This
was because the sleek, happy-go-lucky and gregarious Olu had, some years
back, lived life to the hilt, but life had
then lived past him and abated with
receding ebb. Olu was the son of the
very successfulbuilding contractor, Chief
M. Fagbayi, Chairman of MA Fagbayi & Sons, undoubtedly the most successful
Lagos firm of building contractors. Being
of the illustrious Fagbayi family from the
Oto royal family near Iddo on Lagos
Mainland, Chief Fagbayi possessed a
huge company works yard in Oto and had a fantastic mansion by the creek in
Apapa, a house on Willesden Lane in
London and educated all his children in
highbrow educational institutes in
England. Olu had many sisters –Mrs
“Mama” Bakare, Mrs Toun Mohammed, Head of Apapa Corona
School, Mrs Fulayo Ogbara, wife of Rasaq
Ogbara of the Ogbara dynasty.
Olu’s dad had also married Mama
Toyin, owner of thriving Toyin Stores in
Apapa and she had children for the Chief, Toyin, Bola and Tunde. Mama Toyin
had lost a son in a car accident in the UK
and Toyin had had a child for the
maverick politician, Francis Arthur
Nzeribe. However, when Chief Fagbayi
denied any knowledge of some funds which the late Lagos State super
Permanent Secretary, Alhaji Durosimi-
Etti had said belonged to him during a
probe of civil servants in Lagos, all hell
broke loose and the rapport between
MA Fagbayi & Sons and the Lagos State civil servants vaporised and evaporated
into thin air. Things were never the
same again and Chief M. A. Fagbayi
began a downward fall on a sloppy and
slippery hill.
Olu, who had returned from the UK and had trained as a builder, was the rave of
Lagos and it was parties galore with all
the boys having a ball with him at any of
his father’s apartments on Randle
Road, Apapa and sometimes even in the
mansion by the river. Olu, slim, handsome suave had married Kehinde
Onagoruwa whose father was the first
Nigerian bank manager and who hailed
from Odogbolu in Ogun State, Southwest
Nigeria. Kehinde’s sister, Taiwo, was
married to ebullient and fantastic socialite, Eniola Odufunwa. Eniola
Odufunwa was murdered by armed
robbers who smashed a bottle full of
groundnuts on his head at his lovely
Gbagada residence early in the morning
at the beginning of the new millennium. Kehinde was a perfect partner for Olu as
they both lived a Champaign-Charlie
lifestyle taking in the joide de vivre, first
class travel and crystal glasses. Mutatis
mutandis, when a cheap fortune began
its decline, Olu’s lavish lifestyle also took a turn for the worse. He, Olu, turned
to the bottle and could not maintain his
aging father’s business interest. Chief
Fagbayi later died in a minor car
accident on the Lekki-Epe Expressway.
Sadly, despite Olu’s friends coming to the financial assistance of Kehinde, she
died of cancer in the UK. Left to his
devices, Olu, an erstwhile beautiful
dancer, could not manoeuvre himself
out of his ordeal and passed away a few
years ago. Very sadly, Olu’s son, living in the UK,
would have nothing to do with his father
and did not bother to come to Nigeria for
his burial. Olu’s other son, Wole, has
become a disgrace to the Fagbayi family
as he hangs around various shops fraudulently telling people to pay for his
purchases as he had left his wallet at
home. As if all these were not enough to
traumatise the family and shame the
name of Olu, his lovely daughter, Tanwa
who had married a nice young gentleman has now added the ultimate
disgrace to the Fagbayi family name.
Her husband who has a nice job with an
oil company had travelled to one of the
ex USSR satellite countries and left
Tanwa in the house with their two young children. Alas, when Tanwa’s
mother-in-law came visiting to their
1004 Victoria Island Flat Estate, she
found Tanwa in bed with the family
driver. To cut the long story short,
Tanwa has been sent packing and she has relocated to the USA.

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