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How Anambra state first lady, Ebere Obiano got disgraced

Governor Willie Obiano and his wife, Chief Ebere Obiano during the grand take over yesterday

I read this report somewhere and my jaw dropped! If this really happened then it is a big pity!

Trouble started when on arrival with the First Lady, who was accompanied by Uche Ekwunife, Bola Shagaya and others, Ebele Obiano who was among those at the airport to receive the First Lady greeted every other person except Uche Ekwunife.

Later in the day, when Ebere Obiano came to see the First Lady, according to source with the First Lady, she again greeted everybody except Uche Ekwunife. Those who had noticed the trend asked her why the childishness, pointing at Uche, she said ” I do not greet prostitute,” to the astonishment of all those around.

Uche Ekwunife did not talk, according to our source, until Ebele Obiano told her that she will deal with her and make sure she crumbles all her businesses in Awka.

Enraged, Uche said i would not bandy words with you. “That you killed your husband’s first wife for him to marry you does not mean you can deal with other women [Ebere Obiano use to be the secretary to Obiano until he lost the wife and married her]; that you are dealing with your alcoholic husband does not mean you can deal with me,” Ekwunife said to Ebele Obiano.

Confused, Ebele Obiano said ” my husband drinks champagne not alcohol,” providing comic relief that set everybody laughing.

About to go physical, the First Lady now intervened joined by other women. They lambasted Wille’s wife for lack of manners and morals. “Instead of you to go to Margaret Obi to teach you how to be a First Lady, I heard you no longer talk to her.

This your behaviour today has confirmed all that is said about you and your husband. Please if this is how you behave, never join me on any trip again, both within and outside the country.,” the annoyed First Lady said.

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