KWAM1’s son, Sultan still in US prison, no surety for bail

KWAM1’s son, Sultan still in US prison, no surety for bail

Fuji maestro, King Ayinde Marshal aka KWAM1’s son, Sultan Omogbadebo Anifowoshe has not been granted bail for committing fraud in the US. This is cont

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Fuji maestro, King Ayinde Marshal aka KWAM1’s son, Sultan Omogbadebo Anifowoshe has not been granted bail for committing fraud in the US. This is contrary to KWAM1’s claim on December 22, 2018 that his son was not culpable of the crime but that he was the only one granted bail by the US authorities because he was a victim of circumstance. Meanwhile, Anifowoshe, though granted bail alongside eight others, is still in prison since there is no surety on ground.

According to sources in Chicago, KWAM1 who is fond of abandoning his children who stay abroad, was contacted immediately the arrest took place but he did not pick the calls. The source said, “His other children, who also live abroad, contacted him but their father didn’t pick their calls. They sent him text messages but he didn’t respond. But immediately blogs and other media broke the news, he sensed a disgrace and quickly arranged a press conference debunking the story.

“Till date, he has not got in touch with the children and even refused to send money to hire a lawyer for the victim, who he always claimed to love the most. Although he has a reputation for always been uninvolved with his children, his lackadaisical attitude towards Sultan’s plight defies reasoning. Rather, he has been junketing around parties and end-of-year shindigs where he is either performing or invited as a guest in Nigeria.”

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