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It has been confirmed that a Federal High Court in Lagos has declared that a former Miss Nigeria, Helen Prest-Ajayi, is entitled to 50 percent of the net assets of her late husband, Dr Tosin Ajayi.

Confirm News gathered that Justice Tijjani Ringim gave the ruling in a suit by Miss Tomisin Ajayi and Mrs. Helen Prest Ajayi as 1st and 2nd Applicants, filed through their counsel Mr Abiodun Jellili Owonikoko (SAN). The 1st to 4th Respondents/Applicants in the suit are First Foundation Medical Engineering Company Ltd, Registrar-General of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC); Mrs. Oluwayemisi Ajayi, and Mr Patrick Abak, a lawyer. First Foundation Medical Engineering Company was owned and registered by the late Dr Tosin Ajayi. The judge granted the 13 reliefs sought by the Applicants following the respondents’ failure to controvert them. They include that Prest-Ajayi is “entitled to 50% (or so much as the Court may sanction upon audit and valuation) constituting the net assets of the firm, after satisfying all just taxes and debts as family and investment partner of Dr. Tosin Ajayi, from 1996 till 26 April 2020 to the exclusion of Mrs Oluwayemisi Ajayi; An order of the court directing an investigation into the affairs of the firm by the Registrar-General and for the Registrar-General to call for an extraordinary general meeting to appoint additional directors for the firm. It also includes, among others, an order directing the Registrar-General to audit and verify the firm’s assets, a perpetual injunction restraining the Registrar-General from recognizing Mrs Oluwayemisi Ajayi as entitled to run the firm, and a perpetual injunction restraining Mrs Oluwayemisi Ajayi from dealing with the assets and properties belonging to the Defendant and/or Late Dr Ajayi. Justice Ringim held: “Despite the service of processes filed on the respondents and affidavits of service duly filed in the court, the respondents failed to use the opportunity afforded to them by law to controvert the averment of the plaintiff in the affidavits. “However, it is a settled law that evidence not controverted are deemed admitted. “In consideration of the applicant’s motion on notice and the affidavits in support and exhibits attached together with the legal submissions of senior counsel for the applicant Jellili Owonikoko SAN, all the reliefs sought in this application is hereby granted as prayed. “Applicant to file an undertaking as to damages in the event it turned out that this order ought not to be made in the circumstances.” The judge sent the file back to the Admin Judge for assignment, being a vacation matter. According to the application, Dr Ajayi was a renowned medical doctor, businessman, and philanthropist before his demise on April 26, 2020. He was married to Oluwayemisi and they had children. But they were separated for 35 years before Tosin’s demise. In the course of the separation, he married former Miss Nigeria, Helen Prest-Ajayi and they had a child, Tosin, who lived with Prest-Ajayi until his demise.

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