Bimbo Ogbonna, wife of the auto-dealer celebrity is dead. The news of her demise was announced on October 15th, by her sister, Mama Jazz, via an Instagram post.
IVD’s wife, Bimbo is dead
It was reported that the late Bimbo Ogbonna, burnt down their mansion in Lagos. This painful incident happened on Wednesday, October 12 at their residence, Megamound estate, Lekki, Lagos.
Reports have it that the late wife to the auto dealer businessman luckily escaped death after razing their home in Lagos. Bimbo was in pain as she was nearly burnt to death during a dispute with her husband.
The dispute was due to the Bimbo’s confrontation to IVD on how he constantly beat her and this resulted to a fight thereafter. The source rushed both the late Bimbo and IVD to the hospital.
Sadly, IVD’s wife was burnt beyond recognition while IVD was admitted the ICU of a hospital with withheld location. Reports have it that IVD is currently on the run and absconded his wife to an unknown destination.
The late Bimbo was rejected by five hospitals but luckily, she got admitted into the last hospital but unfortunately, she died.
Bimbo’s sister accuses IVD of burning Bimbo in a video
“My hands are shaking, Bimbo is gone. Bimbo is gone- My sister is gone. The fire is burning me Haaaaaaa. IVD you killed my only sister. Abimbola IVD killed my sister, IVD killed my sister, IVD killed my sister”.
“IVD pushed her into the fire and watched her burn” Bimbo’s sister added. Mama Razz, Bimbo’s sister, said this in her recent Instagram post.
Mama Razz accused the auto-dealer, IVD, of pushing her sister into the fire and abscounding right after the act. This were her words below.
“You pushed her into the fire, you watched her burn, you videoed her. You burnt me, this fire is burning. IVD oooo, you are on the run”, she said while weeping.
Mama Razz announced the death of her sister in an Instagram post on Saturday, October 15th 2022.
We pray that the soul of the departed rest in Peace, Amen.
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