Victor Osimhen Allegedly Arrests His Brother-in-law With DSS Over A Money Dispute

Napoli and Nigerian forward Victor Osimhen has gotten his brother-in-law Osita Okolo and his wife arrested by the Department of State Service DSS, understands.

In a video posted on Osita Okolo’s X handle earlier today, showed moment some security agencies were dragging a certain woman into a waiting can outside a building.

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According to the Brother-in-law to the Napoli superstar, the agents of the department of State Service abducted his wife to an unknown destination over a matter that is still in court.

Victor Osimhen in-law accuses him of abducting his wife

Victor Osimhen accused of forcefully abducting his sister.
Screenshot from the scene of the incident

“@OfficialDSSNG has gone rogue. Victor Osimhen sends dssng to forcefully abduct his sister(my wife) over a matter that is still in court bw myself and him,” the X post read.


It’s not clear what the matter between Victor Osimhen and his in-law was all about. But according to a publication by Owngoal Nigeria, the former Olympique Lille forward is having a monetary disagreement with Mr Osita.

According to the report, Okolo ha requested a certain fee from what was given to Osimhen following his move to Napoli, as allegedly agreed by both parties.

At the time of filing this report, nothing officials have been heard from the representative of the former VFL Wolfsburg forward. And also, nothing official have been heard from Mr Okolo’s counsel.

Fans have contributed their own quota to the family misunderstanding, urging the Serie A highest goalscorer from last season to end the matter amicable.

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In another but a related story, Osimhen is expected to lead the Super Eagles attack when they come up against Saudi Arabia and Mozambique in an international friendly.

For the international friendly, Osimhen may partner Bayer 04 Leverkusen forward Victor Boniface, or Milan’s Samuel Chukwueze in the attack.

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