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Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by bunto: 5:14pm On Feb 14
PART 1

Now the remains of Dr Tosin Ajayi can rest in peace.

The late Managing Director, First Foundation Medical Centre, Lagos, and the husband of former beauty queen, Helen Prest-Ajayi will now be buried eight months after his demise.

His remains will be interred on February 11, 2021 in Lagos.
Ajayi died on April 26, 2020 at St Nicholas Hospital, Lagos, after battling with kidney problem.

Though he died during the COVID-19 pandemic that led to the lockdown across the country, his friends and associates were determined that he would get a befitting burial, while complying with the lockdown restrictions.

That was not to be, as events that played out after his children were informed of his death led to the long stay of Ajayi’s corpse in the morgue.

It was gathered that shortly after the Ajayi children were told their father had died, they decided to petition the Commissioner of Police in Lagos, alleging that their father’s wife, Helen, killed him. She was invited to Panti Police Station, Yaba, to write a statement, after which the police decided to conduct further investigation on the matter, and requested that an autopsy be conducted on the deceased. The result revealed that he died of natural cause, as no foul play was found.

On account of the autopsy result, Ajayi’s children got another death certificate issued to them, with the address of the deceased captured as the residential address of his first wife. This sharply contradicted the Ikoyi home address, where he lived and shared with Helen Prest-Ajayi, and which they had admitted to as being his residence in their petition.

The issuance of another death certificate looked suspicious to those in the know, as his widow, Helen, had already been issued a death certificate when Ajayi’s body was deposited at the morgue. She had given the coroner, under letter through her lawyer, that should another death certificate be issued after the autopsy, it was to be handed over to her, being the one responsible for putting him in the TOS funeral home in LASUTH.

The address error on the new death certificate was pointed out by Helen’s lawyer, who asked the court to instruct that the records be rectified.

In the midst of all this, Ajayi’s, first wife, Yemisi, who is the sister of Senator Olorunnimbe Mamora, the Minister of State for Health, went ahead to sue the morgue, TOS Funeral Home, at the High Court, demanding for the release of his corpse to her and her children to bury.

Upon finding out, Helen’s lawyer, it was gathered, joined her to the suit.

All of these events led to the delay of the burial of Ajayi, and this development hasn’t gone down well with friends and colleagues of the late renowned doctor.

Contrary to the story being peddled that Helen is the one stalling the burial of her husband, those close to the family are alleging that the children’s refusal to agree on the dates they picked has become the main issue.

After several meetings between Ajayi’s children and Helen, initiated by prominent people in Lagos, who are friends of Ajayi, were held, there seems to be a goalpost move on the burial date, each time one was put forward by the children and which Helen would agree to.

It was gathered that the real reason the Ajayi children have continued to refuse to concede to the pleas being made to them to have their father buried is said to be because they are angry Helen refused to bow to their demands.

Sources close to the family alleged that the older Ajayi children are demanding that Helen hand over their father’s corpse to them to bury and she would not be allowed to participate in the burial ceremony.

They also demand that she hand over the original death certificate and morgue pass to them, a request she refused to heed, since they were planning to exclude her from the burial.

They are also insisting that his burial will be officiated at their mother’s church, Sherperd Hill Baptist Church, Lagos, while the deceased had said he would want his burial conducted by the pastor of one of the RCCG parishes on the Island, where he worshipped.

These requests were refused by Helen, as her late husband didn’t attend the church of their choice. He even refused to attend the weddings of two of his daughters that held at the Sherperd Hill Baptist Church, for reasons best known to him.

Those close to the Ajayi family are wondering why Ajayi’s first wife, Yemisi, and her children have chosen to walk this path to settle scores, especially since Yemisi and Ajayi had parted ways 35 years ago, and ten years before he even met Helen, with whom he has a daughter and they were together for 25 years till his death.

Many people are also surprised by how Senator Mamora hasn’t stepped in to make peace in the face of the current situation, especially as he was quite close to Ajayi, spending time with him as well as Helen, despite being the brother of his first wife.

The unsavoury events in the Ajayis’ family has saddened many of the deceased friends and associates, who have had to watch how this renowned doctor and philanthropist has been dishonoured due to the suit, filed at the High Court by his first wife and children, resulting in the denial of his body from being released for burial.
But all that is over now as the wife of the deceased has started preparing for Dr Ajayi’s final homecoming, so that he may finally rest in peace.

https://kemiashefonlovehaven.com/exclusive-helen-prest-ajayi-wins-case-to-bury-husband/

PART 2
Helen Prest-Ajayi and husband's first wife clash at funeral


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qrcb0s17Gac
Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by TUANKU(m): 5:17pm On Feb 14
They can't even wait for the man to be buried before fighting dirty over his assets. What a shame.
Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by bunto: 5:23pm On Feb 14
So unfortunate! Our Elites hardly ever make a good show of handling their affairs right.
Dr. Ajayi never divorced his first wife and never married Ms. Helen Prest officially.
Nigerians don't bother with their country's law.
Fighting in public all the time!
Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by baralatie(m): 5:36pm On Feb 14
welcome to property war!

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Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by baralatie(m): 5:38pm On Feb 14
bunto:
PART 1

Now the remains of Dr Tosin Ajayi can rest in peace.

The late Managing Director, First Foundation Medical Centre, Lagos, and the husband of former beauty queen, Helen Prest-Ajayi will now be buried eight months after his demise.

His remains will be interred on February 11, 2021 in Lagos.
Ajayi died on April 26, 2020 at St Nicholas Hospital, Lagos, after battling with kidney problem.

Though he died during the COVID-19 pandemic that led to the lockdown across the country, his friends and associates were determined that he would get a befitting burial, while complying with the lockdown restrictions.

That was not to be, as events that played out after his children were informed of his death led to the long stay of Ajayi’s corpse in the morgue.

It was gathered that shortly after the Ajayi children were told their father had died, they decided to petition the Commissioner of Police in Lagos, alleging that their father’s wife, Helen, killed him. She was invited to Panti Police Station, Yaba, to write a statement, after which the police decided to conduct further investigation on the matter, and requested that an autopsy be conducted on the deceased. The result revealed that he died of natural cause, as no foul play was found.

On account of the autopsy result, Ajayi’s children got another death certificate issued to them, with the address of the deceased captured as the residential address of his first wife. This sharply contradicted the Ikoyi home address, where he lived and shared with Helen Prest-Ajayi, and which they had admitted to as being his residence in their petition.

The issuance of another death certificate looked suspicious to those in the know, as his widow, Helen, had already been issued a death certificate when Ajayi’s body was deposited at the morgue. She had given the coroner, under letter through her lawyer, that should another death certificate be issued after the autopsy, it was to be handed over to her, being the one responsible for putting him in the TOS funeral home in LASUTH.

The address error on the new death certificate was pointed out by Helen’s lawyer, who asked the court to instruct that the records be rectified.

In the midst of all this, Ajayi’s, first wife, Yemisi, who is the sister of Senator Olorunnimbe Mamora, the Minister of State for Health, went ahead to sue the morgue, TOS Funeral Home, at the High Court, demanding for the release of his corpse to her and her children to bury.

Upon finding out, Helen’s lawyer, it was gathered, joined her to the suit.

All of these events led to the delay of the burial of Ajayi, and this development hasn’t gone down well with friends and colleagues of the late renowned doctor.

Contrary to the story being peddled that Helen is the one stalling the burial of her husband, those close to the family are alleging that the children’s refusal to agree on the dates they picked has become the main issue.

After several meetings between Ajayi’s children and Helen, initiated by prominent people in Lagos, who are friends of Ajayi, were held, there seems to be a goalpost move on the burial date, each time one was put forward by the children and which Helen would agree to.

It was gathered that the real reason the Ajayi children have continued to refuse to concede to the pleas being made to them to have their father buried is said to be because they are angry Helen refused to bow to their demands.

Sources close to the family alleged that the older Ajayi children are demanding that Helen hand over their father’s corpse to them to bury and she would not be allowed to participate in the burial ceremony.

They also demand that she hand over the original death certificate and morgue pass to them, a request she refused to heed, since they were planning to exclude her from the burial.

They are also insisting that his burial will be officiated at their mother’s church, Sherperd Hill Baptist Church, Lagos, while the deceased had said he would want his burial conducted by the pastor of one of the RCCG parishes on the Island, where he worshipped.

These requests were refused by Helen, as her late husband didn’t attend the church of their choice. He even refused to attend the weddings of two of his daughters that held at the Sherperd Hill Baptist Church, for reasons best known to him.

Those close to the Ajayi family are wondering why Ajayi’s first wife, Yemisi, and her children have chosen to walk this path to settle scores, especially since Yemisi and Ajayi had parted ways 35 years ago, and ten years before he even met Helen, with whom he has a daughter and they were together for 25 years till his death.

Many people are also surprised by how Senator Mamora hasn’t stepped in to make peace in the face of the current situation, especially as he was quite close to Ajayi, spending time with him as well as Helen, despite being the brother of his first wife.

The unsavoury events in the Ajayis’ family has saddened many of the deceased friends and associates, who have had to watch how this renowned doctor and philanthropist has been dishonoured due to the suit, filed at the High Court by his first wife and children, resulting in the denial of his body from being released for burial.
But all that is over now as the wife of the deceased has started preparing for Dr Ajayi’s final homecoming, so that he may finally rest in peace.

https://kemiashefonlovehaven.com/exclusive-helen-prest-ajayi-wins-case-to-bury-husband/

PART 2
Helen Prest-Ajayi and husband's first wife clash at funeral


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qrcb0s17Gac



when the other party narrates you go pity the man
Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by habsydiamond(m): 5:57pm On Feb 14
This one no be polytechnic oo... Sorry polygamous situation.. See fight at graveyard... Trouble for a man... I look right and left I see women behind everything.... They won't even allow the man rest after dead.
Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by NwaAmaikpe: 6:01pm On Feb 14
shocked




Dear co-debaters and panel of judges; I hope with this pathetic story, you have been convinced on the validity of my argument that if a man is rich, women will fight for even his corpse?

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Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by baralatie(m): 6:27pm On Feb 14
NwaAmaikpe:
shocked




Dear co-debaters and panel of judges; I hope with this pathetic story, you have been convinced on the validity of my argument that if a man is rich , women will fight for even his corpse?
if a polygamous rich man dies! the polygamous wives,children will fight over his corpse
and his properties
Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by DAramis: 6:34pm On Feb 14
bunto:
So unfortunate! Our Elites hardly ever make a good show of handling their affairs right.
Dr. Ajayi never divorced his first wife and never married Ms. Helen Prest officially.
Nigerians don't bother with their country's law.
Fighting in public all the time!
So officially, the second woman is a baby mama and has no recognition if the customs and traditions are to be followed strictly.

The first wife has the traditional and legal backing to claim the man's properties should it be that, the man in question has no will which he drafted.
Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by baralatie(m): 7:22pm On Feb 14
DAramis:

So officially, the second woman is a baby mama and has no recognition if the customs and traditions are to be followed strictly.

The first wife has the traditional and legal backing to claim the man's properties should it be that, the man in question has no will which he drafted.
the first wife is divorced for the past 35 years!
the woman has no claim

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Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by bunto: 8:17pm On Feb 14
Separated, not divorced
baralatie:

the first wife is divorced for the past 35 years!
the woman has no claim

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Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by baralatie(m): 9:02pm On Feb 14
bunto:
Separated, not divorced
oga! divorced pata pata
Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by kukoyi17226: 10:54pm On Feb 14
when the other party narrates you go pity the man
Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by DAramis: 5:08am On Feb 15
baralatie:

the first wife is divorced for the past 35 years!
the woman has no claim
But the video said separated from each other not divorced while the second woman was not married officially?

Well, what do I know. If the man was a very poor man, all this argument and court cases would never have been instituted in the first place.

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Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by Ndipe(m): 2:57am On Feb 20
So, Helen was never legally married to Dr. Tosin Ajayi?
Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by Tizmamoney: 4:25am On Feb 20
TUANKU:
They can't even wait for the man to be buried before fighting dirty over his assets. What a shame.
they didn't mention assets there. Read it well oga
Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by ABOVEDELAW: 6:25am On Feb 20
NOBODY WOULD HEAR ALL THESES JARGONS IF THE MAN WAS A TRUCK PUSHER.

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Re: Exclusive: Helen Prest-ajayi Wins Case To Bury Husband by TUANKU(m): 11:47am On Feb 20
Tizmamoney:
they didn't mention assets there. Read it well oga
Oga the story did not break today, issues started almost immediately he died. You must be naive to think it's not about assets. Bye.

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