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Ondo Deputy Governor denies beating wife

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The Ondo State Deputy Governor, Lucky Aiyedatiwa, has debunked the allegation making the rounds that he continuously beats up his wife, Oluwaseun.

The City Gazette learnt that a feminine association, under the aegis of the Society for Women Empowerment, had accused Ayedatiwa of battering his wife twice in four months.

The deputy governor, however, in a release signed by his media assistant, Kenneth Odusola, said the allegation of domestic abuse is the handiwork of mischief makers, bent on causing a crisis in the state.

Therefore, he denied allegation of domestic violence against his wife since they tied the knots, thus, the accusation is untrue and baseless.

Aiyedatiwa charged those behind false allegation to desist or face legal actions.

The statement read, “The said allegation of domestic abuse is a figment of the imagination of those behind it and their ungodly intentions to cause a crisis in the state had been known for weeks and therefore such falsehood did not come as a surprise.

“While His Excellency reserves the right to privacy on issues pertaining to his family, it is pertinent to state clearly that there has never been any domestic violence between the Deputy Governor and his lovely wife, Mrs. Oluwaseun Aiyedatiwa, who at the moment is outside the shores of the country.

“It is not a secret that Mrs. Oluwaseun Aiyedatiwa has lived and worked in the United Kingdom for many years before her husband became an elected public official in Nigeria and since then she has been shuttling between the United Kingdom and Nigeria to take care of the home and the children who are also in the United Kingdom.

“Therefore, any report of alleged domestic issues within the family should be taken as the handiwork of the enemies of the state who are bent on causing a crisis where there is none and we therefore warn those spreading such falsehood to desist or face the consequences.”

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