One of the notable musicians in Southern Nigerian ‘Duncan Wene Mighty Okechukwu, popularly known as Duncan Mighty’ has accused his wife, ‘Vivien’ and family members of plotting to kill him.
The self-acclaimed Port Harcourt 1st Son took to his Instagram page to accuse his wife’ Vivien’ and family members of plotting to kill him and take over his properties.
The Port Harcourt 1st Son singer said, he has all his wife’s confession on tape. Further speaking, he said, his wife confessed that her family had a meeting where they planned to kill him and take over all his properties because he was the only child.
He said, Vivien saw his credit alert of 100 Million Naira which he got through Dollars Exchange and she was surprised of how humbled he is.
However, after getting several instructions from the native doctor, the plot to kill him failed. In her confession, Vivian revealed that she was told to cut his toenails and bring them for rituals.
The wife’s Confession
‘As soon as I want to cut your nails, different spirits of dead people came out and started beating me saying their names are ground on earth that I must confess all die’ he wrote.
My Daughter is not mine-Duncan Mighty
However, the music star also accused his heart beat of infidelity.
This accusation was made known to the public after a DNA test revealed that their daughter ‘Mitchell isn’t his. Mitchell is four years old.
The 37 year old Nigerian Musician, singer and music producer from Eligbam, Obio Akpor, further revealed that Mr Frank is the father of his daughter ‘Michell’.
The Award-winning musician has taken his pains to social media via his Instagram page last Thursday 4th December 2020 on a lengthy post to air his pains.
The marriage is 5 years old.
Meanwhile, the mother of the wife has come out to protect her daughter.
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