“Can you guys survive it” Comedian Buchi calls out his estranged wife’s family, accuses them of abducting his kids

Nigerian comedian, Onyebuchi Ojieh better known by his stage name, Buchi has accused his estranged wife’s family of abducting his kids and refusing him access to them.

Taking to his Instagram story, the comedian and actor alleged that his wife’s family facilitated the abduction of his kids, Isede and Salami.

He noted how they can only stop him from talking to them, but can’t stop the law.

Buchi questioned how his in-laws would feel if someone took away their kids from them after all they went through to have them. He further questioned if they would survive it.

In what seems like a warning to them, he told them to allow him have access to their kids.

“U have ur kids allow me access to my kids.
Family when they repay good with wickedness I never stopped u from talking to your father.

U facilitated the abduction of my kids – Isede and Salamis. You can stop me from talking to them. You can’t stop the law.

Mr n Mrs Salami. If someone took Jos & Daniella after all u went thru. Una go survive am. I want access to my kids”.

Buchi accuses wife's parents of abducting his kids
Buchi accuses wife's parents of abducting his kids

Buchi and his wife got married in 2017 and share two kids. Their marriage hit the rock last year over alleged violence from his wife.

Popular Instagram blogger, Gist Lovers alleged that things fell apart for the duo, as Rukky is very violent and well-known in their neighborhood for her violence.

In similar news, a few months back, Nigerian on-air personality, Kayode Ojuolape Oladotun, popularly known as Do2dtun, had cried out over his inability to have access to his children.

His wife, Omotayo in 2022, filed for separation from him after almost 9 years of marriage over forced abortion, domestic violence, and emotional abuse.

On his Instagram page, the OAP stated that it had been 10 months since he set his eyes on his children, stressing that he missed them so much.

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