Ojukwu Jr Carpets Bianca / Obiano"s Wife over fighting in public function.


Ojukwu Jr Carpets Bianca /  Obiano"s Wife over fighting in public function.



First son of late Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu ; Emeka Jr has taken a swipe on his father's widow Amb Bianca Ojikwu and the former first lady Ebele Obiano  for engaging in a fight at the inauguration of Gov Charles Soludo.

Emeka in a release described the action of Bianca as an insult on the name image and integrity of his father Ojukwu adding that it is a display of lack of respect for her late husband.

He contended that Bianca had no need to engage in a fight because the challenge thrown to her by Ebele Obiano is avoidable and did not call for any form of response let alone a fight.

Emeka however noted that the actions of the former first lady was unbecoming of a true Igbo woman noting that he is not taking sides with any of them but that it is a wrong  to make such a display of hooliganism by the two.

He also congratulated Gov Charles Soludo over his inauguration as governor of Anambra state and that he should not be distracted by the in house political and personal interest by some party members.

"I understand the sentiments and I cannot stop anyone from taking sides, but did Zik's wife, Awo's wife, Tafa  Balewa's wife, etc, etc, ever fight in public? 

"This is a shame to EzeIgbo and to Ndi Igbo. No matter our justifiable issues with either camp or both camps even, let's remember that we are Ndi Igbo, a proud people and for us, what is wrong is wrong. Period. This is a shameful display by all concerned. Nothing more" Ezigbo Jnr added.


  1. You are taking sides ,I don't want to read more. Why should
    Ebere Obiano Embarrassed her at the first time. Is she the owner of APGA party. This is what she did to I yom and others ,she should be caution.


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