Seun Kuti Narrates How MKO Abiola, Wife Allegedly Framed Fela Kuti For Robbery ‘To Kill Him’


Seun Kuti, son of legendary musician, Fela Anikulapo Kuti has made an accusation against late politician MKO Abiola and his wife, Simbiat.

Seun in an Instagram live video alleged that Abiola and his wife framed his late father up for arm£d r0bbery during the military regime of Muhammadu Buhari, accusing Fela of st£aling their Ferrari car at gunpoint.

According to Seun, during Buhari’s military era, his Deputy Head of State, Tunde Idiagbon, made armed robbery punishable by d£ath. He disclosed that Fela escaped the case because he was performing in Cameroon when the Abiolas raised the allegation at a police station.

In Seun’s words; “Abiola and his wife, Simbiat, lied against Fela that he and his boys robbed her of her Ferrari at gunpoint under Idiagbon’s regime. This was Abiola and his wife’s plan to kill my dad because, under Idiagbon, armed robbery was punishable by death.

“Abiola and Simbiat wrote a statement at a police station that they saw Fela and his gang rob her at gunpoint. This led to Fela’s arrest which is punishable by death, but luckily for Fela, he was performing in Cameroon the very day Simbiat was lying about the theft. Fela escaped the case because he can’t be in two places at the same time; its either he’s on a stage in Cameroon or robbing in Lagos.

“Responding, Fela and my elder brother, Femi, took 12 buckets of faeces. Go and listen to his song – give me shit, I give you shit – then you will have a better understanding. They took it to Abiola’s house in the middle of the night and smeared his compound.

“The next day, the police visited my father’s house saying they came to investigate the shit-show in Abiola’s house the previous day. But Fela denied the act saying if given the opportunity, he would smear Abiola’s house with faeces.”

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