- A former Abia APC governor, Senate, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu, has described the love of a mother as the purest one will ever know
- The Senate's chief whip said this on Sunday, December 5, when he paid his mother, Elder Eunice Uzor Kalu, a visit
- Senator Kalu was seen embracing his beautiful mother in a photo he shared on his verified Facebook page on Sunday
The chief whip of the Senate, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu, on Sunday, December 5, paid a visit to his mother, Elder Eunice Uzor Kalu.
The federal lawmaker who shared one of his moments with his mother on Facebook stated that looking at her, he comes in contact with the purest kind of love.
Kalu revealed that his visit came after the mass he attended on Sunday.
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"When you are looking at your mother, you are looking at the purest love you will ever know.
"After today’s mass, I paid a visit to my mother, Elder Mrs. Eunice Uzor Kalu (Odiukonamba)."
Nnamdi Kanu: Family tackles Orji Kalu over remarks after visiting IPOB leader
Meanwhile, Kalu had been accused of taking advantage of his visit to Nnamdi Kanu in detention.
The allegation against Kalu who is the lawmaker representing Abia North at the Senate, was Kanu’s younger brother, Prince Emmanuel Kanu.
After his visit to the detained leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, Kalu had said:
“This afternoon, I visited my brother, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in DSS custody, Abuja. I met him in good health and care and we discussed as ‘Umunne’ (brothers).
“In 2001 when I was Governor, I made his father Eze Israel Okwu Kanu traditional ruler of Akwara Ukwu and since then the family has been very close to me.
“I understand that Nnamdi has an insane amount of people rooting for his back home and I encouraged him to consider the consequences of certain actions and utterances for the sake of the same people."
In a swift reaction, Kanu’s family accused him of unnecessarily advertising his visit to their brother, Kanu “probably for political gains”.