DELTA BILLIONAIRE, TAIGA IN SCANDAL OVER FAKE BIRTH OF QUADRUPLETS
Fifteen years after the celebration of the birth of quadruplets to the billionaire leader of Urhobo Progressive Union (UPU), Olorogun Moses Taiga and Yinka Taiga, it has been revealed that the tale of the quadruplet is a big lie meant to deceive the public.
According to that publication ” in Yinka’s testimony, she claimed to have been persuaded by her friends, who assured her that God will meet her need and answer her prayers and just two months after attending the Holy Ghost Congress, she discovered that God had indeed answered her prayer, when she found herself pregnant in the early 2001.”
On whether or not she was duly married to Olorogun Taiga as denounced by Oyeyinka, she said “Oyeyinka has disparaged me for too long calling me Moses’ mistress and all sorts of unprintable names. I chose to keep quiet but she never stopped her harassment. It is laughable to say Moses did not marry me. We got married before he ever met Yinka.”.
She said ” in due course the video coverage of her customary marriage with Taiga will be posted on YouTube “for everyone to see Olorogun Moses Taiga dance out his heart on the happiest day of his life.”
She explained that “after I went to court in the United Kingdom where I reside, to ask him for the dissolution of our marriage on the ground of intolerable behaviour, Moses also filed for a divorce here in Nigeria at Uvwie Area Customary Court on the 4th of March, 2003 on the grounds that I refused to change my maiden name to his name and that I was travelling out of the country without his permission among others. He also made claims for custody of my twin daughters who were barely two years old at the time, amongst other ridiculous accusations.”
My question is simple – Can you divorce a woman that you claimed you did not get married to? Or can you make claims for custody of children that you earlier said were not yours”, she quizzed.