“Didn’t dad tell you he wanted to be buried back home? Why didn’t you invite his children to his funeral? Why are you legally battling his heirs?
Those are some of the posts Abimbola, one of the children of the late celebrated billionaire wrote to Halima.
According to Abimbola, Halima is not legally married to her father but she is preventing the children from bringing the remains of their dad, to Nigeria, after he died in Belgium, last year.
Halima even dissed the children of the deceased, in a tweet.
Also, below are snapshots of what Abimbola said about the issue and a repost from her.
“Nigerians, I present the real Halima – not only is she a trash bag she also tweeted “go bury that wh*res ashes” my dead mother was cremated and not buried. One can only assume she’s referring to dads children who were born of African American mothers in the above tweet which includes me. Go back to Kano and be with your family. You’re not a part of ours and aren’t entitled to anything. #WheresYaPapers? #YouHidTheWillInThatSafeRight? Didn’t dad tell you he wanted to be buried back home? Why didn’t you invite his children to his funeral? Why are you legally battling his heirs? phyuk outta here. @delemomoduovation expose this disgrace.”
Following Fernandez demise on 1st of September 2015 at 79, more details about the life and family the Nigerian business tycoon has come to the open.
He was one of Africa’s richest men and was always referred to as his excellency, Oluwo Antonio Deinde Fernandez, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Permanent Representative and was from the popular Fernandez family of Lagos that originated from Brazil.
He owned six private jets and was said to be worth about $8.7 billion.