The Lagos State police command has invited Uzoamaka Ohiri, ex-wife of Nigerian radio personality, Chinedu Ani, better known as Nedu Wazobia, amid the paternity scandal rocking the family.
The pair have been in the news since Nedu, shared result of a DNA test showing that their first son was not his child.
However, Ohiri has asked him to take responsibility for their other two children.
According to The PUNCH, operatives of the state Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) in Panti, Yaba, visited Ohiri’s home in the Ajah axis of Lagos on Tuesday, but she was not at home.
The officers were said to have left a message for her through the security guard at her house, asking her to report at the SCID on Thursday.
The publication said Peter, Ohiri’s cousin, spoke about the development on Wednesday.
“Policemen attached to Panti came to the house on Tuesday evening, but she was not around,” he was quoted as saying.
“They asked the security guard to sign a document and then they asked her to come to their station.
“She may have already been arrested because I have not been able to reach her all day.”
It was also stated that a member of her legal team from Wingman Legal Chambers also confirmed the police invitation.
“It is true. She was asked to report at the SCID tomorrow morning,” he said.
It was not clear if the invitation is related to the paternity crisis.
The mother of three had earlier claimed that the paternity scandal in their union was not a secret, adding that Nedu only became “insecure.”