Nigerian brothers linked to Jussie Smollet scandal offer free medicals in Lagos

Nigerian brothers Abimbola Osundairo and Olabinjo Osundairo in Jussie Smollett case

Nigerian brothers named in the Jussie Smollett scandal, Abel Osundairo and his brother, Olabinjo, have returned to Nigeria for a free medical outreach.

The brothers held the outreach last Thursday at the Computer Village area of Ikeja, Lagos, TMZ reports.


The programme offered various services like checking blood glucose levels, blood pressure, body mass index among others.

“We want to say thank you to all the beautiful people that came out, all the beautiful Africans, all the beautiful West Africans, all the beautiful Lagosians, all the beautiful people of Ikeja and Computer Village. Thank you, we are forever grateful,” Abel said after the outreach.

Abel had in April won an amateur boxing title in Chicago, US.

After the staged attack in January, the Osundairo brothers fled to Nigeria while Smollett performed to sold-out shows and arranged interviews with US media.


The brothers were arrested by police on their return to Chicago on February 20.

They were interrogated for 47 hours before finally revealing that Smollett was behind the attack.