HomeENTERTAINMENTCelebrity GistThe adjournment followed Lord Lamba’s failure to appear in court.

The adjournment followed Lord Lamba’s failure to appear in court.

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By Doris Israel Ijeoma

The Magistrate Court in Ogba, Lagos State, on Thursday, May 23, adjourned the child custody case between Queen Atang Oyekanmi and skitmaker Promise Anagbogu, known as Lord Lamba, to July 18, 2024.

The adjournment followed Lord Lamba’s failure to appear in court.

It was reported that neither Lord Lamba nor his lawyer were present.

A representative sent by his lawyer informed the court that she was unaware of Lord Lamba’s absence.

Queen Oyekanmi, a well-known reality TV star, and Lord Lamba had their daughter on December 25, 2022.

In March 2024, Queen married David, and subsequently, Lord Lamba took her to court over the custody of their child.

A source revealed to Instablog9ja, “Queen attended the court hearing, but her baby’s father did not. His lawyer also did not appear, sending an assistant instead. It emerged that Lord Lamba’s lawyer had previously attended court sessions without notifying Queen, attempting to proceed in her absence.”

The source continued, “Previous court dates on March 7 and April 4 were held without Queen’s knowledge. They planned to secure a favorable ruling without her being present. Fortunately, Queen’s lawyers advised her to verify the case status in court.”

On May 23, due to Lord Lamba’s absence, his lawyer requested a new date, leading to the adjournment to July 18 for further hearing.

The source also mentioned that Lord Lamba has not been contributing financially to the child’s upkeep, citing his inability to see the baby as the reason.

Despite this, Queen is determined to retain custody and provide the best upbringing for her daughter, stating she does not need his financial support.

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