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“It’s Liberation Day”- Bianca Ojukwu writes as Soludo takes mantle of leadership of Anambra state
By: News Editor
Thu, 17 Mar 2022   ||   Nigeria,

Bianca Ojukwu, the wife of the late Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, has described the inauguration of Prof Chukwuma Soludo as the governor of Anambra State as “Liberation Day.”

“It’s Liberation Day, and today we sing the Redemption Song. Anambra will be better!” Mrs Ojukwu posted on her Facebook page Thursday“

She described the inauguration of the new governor as “the long awaited return to the promised land,” calling the day “a day that reaffirms the age long truth that no-one holds the stage forever.”

“I used to wonder….But now I know.

“Now I know just how those Israelites felt on the day they took those tentative first steps out of the land of Egypt….Just the sheer excitement and anticipation of liberation, the long awaited return to the promised land must have kept them awake through that night.

“This is the Day the Lord has made…a day that reaffirms the age long truth that no-one holds the stage forever. I thank the Almighty for keeping us all alive to witness this day.

“To Him be the glory.

“It was long in coming, but it’s finally here…

“A more dynamic and progressive Anambra is achievable.

“Yes indeed….WE ARE THE BARRACKS!” she wrote.

The PUNCH reported that a fight ensued between the wife of the outgoing governor of the state, Ebelechukwu Obiano, and Bianca Ojukwu at the inauguration of the new governor, Prof Chukwuma Soludo.

CEOAFRICA had earlier reported that the new governor of Anambra state, Prof Charles Soludo was inaugurated today , March 17, 2022.

Immediately after the oath of office for Soludo had been administered, Ebelechukwu Obiano reportedly walked up to Bianca Ojukwu where she was seated, and a fight ensued between them.

It was not certain what led to the excitement of Ojukwu about the inauguration of Soludo, as expressed on her Facebook page, or the fight between her and ex-governor Obiano’s wife as of the time of filing this report.


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