“My Issue Isn’t The Slap But That Man That Held Bianca In Embracing Manner For So Long” – Ikenga Ezenwe

On Thursday, Nigerian politician and former governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, Professor Chukwuma Charles Soludo took over the mantle of leadership from ex governor Willie Obiano at the government house in Anambra State. 

Expectedly dignitaries from far and near thronged into the state to attend the swearing in ceremony of Professor Charles Soludo who became the fifth democratically elected governor of Anambra State since Nigeria gained her independence in 1960.

However, the event at state house took another dimension after a physical confrontation broke out between Ex governor’s wife, Ebelechukwu Obiano; and late Biafran warlord’s wife, Bianca Ojukwu as what many had succinctly put as public show of shame stole the show. 

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According to the viral video online it was Mrs Obiano that left her seat to meet Bianca Ojukwu and in the process, an altercation ensued between the two, as it was gathered that the former had confronted the latter. Mrs Obiano simply reminded Bianca that she once vowed not to attend any of APGA’s functions, and this led to exchange of some unprintable words as the ex governor’s wife described the wife of the late Biafra warlord as “ashawo”. And this could have angered Bianca as she replied Mrs Obiano Ojukwu with slap before some men seperated them. 

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But reacting to the incident, one of the brothers to the late Biafran warlord Ikenga Ezenwegbu saw the scenario in a different light. 

According to Ikenga in a post shared by Joe Igbokwe, he said he is a brother to late Chukwuemeka Ojukwu and that he was not having any issue with the fight or slap. But he was worried with the manner a man in red face cap embraced his late brother’s wife for so long. 

His observation has not gone unnoticed by Joe Igbokwe and others as the former said he also noticed the same thing.


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