Behold! What Husband Of ‘MUMMY CALM DOWN’ Told Police About His Wife’s Death }{ The Scoper Media


    The spokesperson said the husband is still with the police and will be handed over to detectives for further investigation.

Details of what the husband of Mrs Toluige Olokoobi, mother of the “Mummy calm down” boy told police has been made public.
According to the police, the husband revealed that he came home and found his wife hanging with rope on her neck.
Spokesperson of the Edo State Police Command, Chidi Nwabuzor, revealed this while confirming that the deceased’s husband, a driver and car dealer has been arrested and detained by the police.
Nwabuzor told the BBC NEWS Pidgin that the husband told the police that he came home from the market to meet his wife hanging with rope on her neck and he alerted the neighbours who followed him to the hospital where she was confirmed dead. Her remains were deposited in a mortuary.
The spokesperson said the husband is still with the police and will be handed over to detectives for further investigation.
Mrs Toluige Olokoobi Babalola became popular when a video showing her then 4-year-old son begging her to calm down and rest a little when she tried to whip him went viral some years ago.
The video showed the little boy on his knees frantically begging his mother after offending her went viral in 2020. In the video, the little boy was seen crying and begging his mom to ‘calm down and rest a little’ before acting against him.
The 4-year-old kid became a social media sensation after the video went viral. It elicited the attention of many, including Lagos Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu. An Abuja-based real estate outfit, T Pumpy Concept Limited signed the young boy as one of its brand ambassadors.
However, an X (formerly Twitter) user identified as Samuel revealed some days ago that Toluige committed suicide in her home in Benin City, Edo state, Nigeria.
In a post published on the micro-blogging site, Samuel claimed the mother of the viral “Mummy Calm Down Boy” ended her life without confiding in anyone about her struggles.
According to Samuel, the woman had been battling with some problems which she refused to speak to anyone about.
Samuel wrote: “The woman in the viral ‘Mummy Calm Down’ video has just committed suicide here in Benin. She refused to speak to anyone about her problems. She left behind three kids for her husband, including the popular ‘Mummy Calm Down’ boy.”
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