Mohbad: “Taking care of your child doesn’t mean they’d take care of you” – Opeyemi Falegan

Nkechi Blessing’s ex-boyfriend, Opeyemi Falegan stirs reactions as he uses the late Mohbad and his father in a case study of raising children and being cared for in old age.

It is worth noting that the late Mohbad passed on some months ago amidst suspicious circumstances and his death has since generated waves of controversy.

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Opeyemi in a recent post via his Instagram page penned a note of advice to men and how their efforts on their children may be fruitless in old age.

Indirectly citing how the late Mohbad reunited with his mother ten years after she abandoned their family, and how his father took the blame for his death, Opeyemi urged men to prepare for almost the same fate.

Mohbad: "Taking care of your child doesn't mean they'd take care of you" - Opeyemi Falegan
Mohbad’s Father

“(message to Men) That u took care of your child doesn’t mean ur child would take care of u.
Take care of yourself first abeg. ( this man na case study ooo ),” he wrote.

The statement, however, crossed many as insensitive and unwarranted while many berated the idea of Mohbad’s father being responsible to his family.

Netizen’s reactions to the case study of Opeyemi Falegan involving Mohbad

osakwe_chiagozigom said: “Was he a good father to his son ?”

aderonke30bg noted: “E jus dey pain me cause na dis man suffer for that boy 😢.”

charlemagne_bon stated: “Parents as una de train children, make una try the save to take good care of una selves for old age.. children no be grantee say them go take good care of you… With these generation children.”

iam_for_signs_and__wonders said: “Mohbad was actually good to his dad when he was alive.”

lucy_ukuma wrote: “He bought him two cars, a plot of land, bought clothes, monthly upkeep, was even taking girlfriend to his house. If he wasn’t good to his father will all these happened? At 27th what did you do to your parents?”

toyingram penned: “He tried his best compared to moh’s mother.”