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Nanny Accuse Wunmi Toriola For Domestic Violence

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Nanny Accuse Wunmi Toriola For Domestic ViolencePopular Nollywood actress Wumi Toriola has been called out by her nanny, Motunrayo Azeez for allegedly assaulted.

Motunrayo Azeez in an online post narrated that her boss Wunmi Toriola, beat her up and rained curses on her.The actress has however claimed that she caught her nanny through a CCTV camera, giving her son medication without her permission.

The actress stated that since she gave her son the drugs her son has slept for days.Azeez stated that she gave the actress’ son the medicines out of goodwill without any intention to hurt him.

According to her the actress son was having a temperature and she gave him some drugs. The actress however got angry because she didn’t take her permission before giving her son the drugs.

The nanny also said that the actress accused her of giving her son sleeping tablets. She stated the actress beat up, and her husband invited a soldier who beat her up and electric shocker.

Wumi Toriola however denied beating the nanny and noted her husband only took her to the police station where she wrote a statement.She also added that her son had earlier slept for days before now and this raised her suspicion when she caught Azeez giving him drugs.

The actress stated that she didn’t want to pursue the case because the nanny mother called to beg her, but with the turn out of things she would make a case out of it.

“I don’t want a case because her mother called me from Epe, begging me to let her go, which I did only for me to now get your message. Now, I’m going to open the case; I’m going to take the case to Panti (SCIID); I have all the evidence of what she did”, he said.

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