‘I will forever miss you my besty’ – Ikechukwu Ogbonna (IVD) remembers late wife, Bimbo
Popular businessman, Ikechukwu Ogbonna alias IVD, remembers his late wife, Bimbo Ogbonna following her deåth in October.
It would be recalled that Bimbo passed on after sustaining third-degree burns following a fire accident at their Lekki home.
IVD who once threatened to commit suịc!de over restrictions from seeing his children, makes another post to social media despite reports of being in police custody for the můřðer of his wife.
Taking to his Snapchat page, IVD shared a throwback video of himself and his wife singing to BNXN’s Finesse song while emphasizing how much he missed her.
“I will forever miss you, my besty,” he wrote in the caption.
When Bimbo died, her elder sister simply known as MummyJazz announced her death on Instagram a few days after she was rushed to the hospital after suffering burns from setting their home ablaze.
In her video, the deceased sister confronted IVD over alleged repeated assault and maltreatment.
According to reports, Abimbola Ogbonna was a victim of domestic violence. Her demise comes after many years of physical abuse which she allegedly suffered at the hands of her husband and the father of her five children.
In May 2019, Abimbola Ogbonna regained consciousness after she was allegedly be@ten to a coma by her husband during pregnancy. She was 8 months pregnant at that time.
Then, on October 4, 2020, IVD released a video of him reconciling with his wife days after she made posts explaining how she suffered domestic violence from him for many years.
At one time, Bimbo Ogbonna posted a video on her Instagram stories stating that her husband Ikechukwu Ogbonna threw her and their children out of their home by past 11pm.
Her elder sister alleged that her husband set her on fire, watched her burn and recorded her writhing in pain at their home before she jumped into the swimming pool to douse the fire.