Soludo Makes First Statement After Trade of Slaps Between Bianca Ojukwu, Willie Obiano's Wife

Soludo Makes First Statement After Trade of Slaps Between Bianca Ojukwu, Willie Obiano's Wife

  • Professor Charles Soludo has apologised to the people of Anambra state for the public display of slaps between Bianca Ojukwu and Ebele Obiano
  • Soludo said that his government is working to resolve the misunderstanding between the two women which he said have brewed due to personal reasons
  • According to Soludo, Anambra state has for many years been known for a huge stock of social harmony

The newly sworn-in governor of Anambra state, Charles Soludo, on Thursday, March 17, expressed worry over the exchange of words and slaps between the wife of the outgoing governor, Ebele Obiano and Bianca Ojukwu.

Speaking minutes after the incident occurred, Soludo who had concentrated on signing his swearing-in document said those who want to leave are free to do so.

Charles Soludo
Charles Soludo has described Anambra as a place of law and order Photo: Soludo TV
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The documents were signed by Soludo before the presence of the chief judge of Anambra state, Justice Onochie Anyachebelu and other residents of the state present.

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The newly inaugurated governor further informed Ndi Anambra that the state he is focused on developing is one in which law and order will be respected.

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His words:

“Those who also want to leave can as well do so. The Anambra we are talking about is a place of law and order."

While at that, the former governor of the state, Willie Obiano and his wife, Ebele, left the venue of the swearing-in ceremony.

Soludo aide releases statement on brawl between Bianca Ojukwu and Ebele Obiano

Also, in a statement released by his media aide, Joe Anatune, the newly inaugurated governor said that the fight between Bianca and Ebele was caused by some personal issues between the two women.

Anatune said that efforts are currently being made to resolve the misunderstanding and ensure that their relationship is restored.

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The statement read in part:

“Governor Chukwuma Charles Soludo hereby apologizes to all Anambra people, friends and guests who attended his inauguration this morning as the Anambra State governor for the breach of protocol.
“The breach was caused by improper communication which itself arose from a personal issue between the two parties involved in the breach."
“Anambra State has over the years been known for a huge stock of social harmony, and the stock will increase substantially in the years ahead as part of the concerted effort to accelerate the state’s development. God bless Anambra State, the Light of the Nation.”

Chaos at Soludo’s inauguration as former Governor Obiano’s wife reportedly slaps Bianca Ojukwu

A shocking drama temporarily disrupted the inauguration of Professor Chukwuma Soludo as the governor of Anambra state on Thursday, March 17

Ebele Obiano, the wife of the immediate past governor, Willie Obiano, allegedly slapped Bianca Ojukwu at the event.

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Mrs Obiano was later taken away and shortly afterwards as security operatives restored normalcy at the inauguration ceremony.

Obiano's aide, Victor Umeh in heated battle over Anambra senatorial ticket

In another report, with the elections in sight, Uzuegbunam Okagbue, an aide of the outgoing ex-Governor Obiano is in a heated battle with Senator Victor Umeh.

The duo is in a battle for the All Grand Progressive Alliance (APGA) senatorial ticket.

It was gathered that Okagbue who worked as a chief protocol officer to Obiano had challenged Umeh on his aspiration to head for the Anambra central senatorial district seat.


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