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"Nigerians always fall for pity card" Lord Lamba says as he sues Queen Mercy Atang for custody of their daughter because he can’t allow another man raise his child

Lord Lamba is fighting for custody of his daughter with Queen Mercy Atang after the reality star got engaged. In legal documents shared online, Kelvin Anagbodu, better known as Lord Lamba, said he wants custody of the child because he doesnt want another man to raise his child. He added that now that Mercy is about the get married, she would not have the time to give their daughter the care she deserves. He then stated that his mother and sister will be better suited to care for the child.  The legal documents emerged after Lord Lamba, who refused to acknowledge his daughter publicly since she was born, posted her for the first time on Thursday February 29, immediately after Queen Mercy Atang announced her engagement to a UK-based biomedical scientist named David.  Lord Lamba also posted his daughter’s passport online to display her surname, which is a combination of his name and surname.  Nigerians called him out for only acknowledging his child after another man laid claim to Queen Mercy Atang. Reacting, Lord Lamba wrote on his Instagram Stories: “I know Nigerians always fall for pity card.” The post “Nigerians always fall for pity card” Lord Lamba says as he sues Queen Mercy Atang for custody of their daughter because he can’t allow another man raise his child appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog. Click Here to Visit Orignal Source of Article http://www.lindaikejisblog.com/2024/2/nigerians-always-fall-for-pity-card-lord-lamba-says-as-he-sues-queen-mercy-atang-for-custody-of-their-daughter-because-he-cant-allow-another-man-raise-his-child-2.html

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