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Former Beauty Queen Bianca Ojukwu Sends BOMBSHELL Posthumous Birthday Message To Dim Ojukwu On Anambra Elections

''Nna Anyi, they removed your image from our party uniform, boldly labeling you a dead man who was no longer relevant, even to the beloved party you nurtured.
Who is that Herod that seeks to erase your memory from this noble cause, this roll of honour, this last stand for Ndigbo in the twilight years of your life? Obiano, whose greatest legacies are betrayal, distrust and ingratitude? ....''












LETTER TO DIM OJUKWU ON THE UPCOMING ANAMBRA ELECTIONS ON THIS SYMBOLIC BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY.

Odum n’eche Igbo,

It is with a heavy heart that I make this communication with your noble soul, now resident in the heavenly realms, on this occasion of your birthday anniversary, and literally on the eve of the Gubernatorial Elections in your beloved state, Anambra. I am filled with concern and anxiety about the current state of the legacy you left us...our party, The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).


Today I hear the bells tolling, and the chimes send shivers down my spine.

Today, Chaos reigns supreme in our once stable party; our party faithful are despondent and embittered; And many of them have taken their fate in their own hands by bolting away from our party like rats desert a sinking ship....

Some years ago, a carefree former banker called Obiano together with his locust men hijacked our political habitat APGA, and plundered and destroyed the house you toiled night and day to build...

They brought in their strange gods and made desperate party aspirants bow before them in a macabre dance of initiation;
They enthroned injustice and impunity, robbed their brethren and sent many to early graves..


Ikemba Ndi Igbo, you stood for justice and equity, and fought relentlessly for the protection of your people, for the poor and the downtrodden ....yet, these Party leaders always chose to play dumb in any critical issue affecting our people , neither did they condemn the unjust imprisonment and wanton killings of their Igbo brothers.


Nna Anyi, they removed your image from our party uniform, boldly labeling you a dead man who was no longer relevant, even to the beloved party you nurtured.
Who is that Herod that seeks to erase your memory from this noble cause, this roll of honour, this last stand for Ndigbo in the twilight years of your life? Obiano, whose greatest legacies are betrayal, distrust and ingratitude? 


Obiano, whose parting gift to Ndi Anambra remains the wholesale importation of toxins into our political space...in turning brother against brother, Denomination against Denomination, union leaders against members, Communities against their Stakeholders, Subjects against their traditional Rulers and friends against friends in a craftily orchestrated chess game of divide and rule?


Arise, Odum n’eche Igbo...Arise on our behalf. May this Herod reap the harvest of his habitual treachery, and the first fruits of the turmoil he created as he literally sat back and watched as insecurity overran our space. May the one who seeks to erase your insignia and obscure your legacy suffer the same fate he strives to inflict on a man of honour; May he suffer the shame and humiliation he gratuitously dishes out to his fellows...


Amuma n’Egbe Igwe, The eleventh hour is upon us. Please intercede for us...We are advancing into this electoral battlefield with untreated sores and bleeding wounds, but with our heads held high. Should we fail to make it, Let it be on record that Willie Obiano destroyed APGA...an unenviable feat that will surely haunt him for the rest of his years. He will go down in history as the profligate who frittered away our collective patrimony. 

This, we shall never forget...
Happy Birthday, Odum n’eche Igbo, our Hero. May you continue to enjoy a well merited rest in Heaven’s Land of the Brave.


Yours Lovingly,
Iyom Bianca Odumegwu Ojukwu
4 November 2021.

31 comments:

  1. This brought down APGA members' hope in the elections.
    Chief Bianca took a painful swipe at Gov Obiano' and his ungrateful lifestyle.
    Sorry to Professor Charles Soludo

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  2. "...communicate to his soul...?" Huh?

    10. Ecclesiastes 9:5-6 For the living know that they will die, but the dead do not know anything; they have no further reward—and even the memory of them disappears. What they loved, as well as what they hated and envied, perished long ago, and they no longer have a part in anything that happens on earth.

    More...

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  3. 11. Isaiah 8:19-20 Someone may say to you, “Let’s ask the mediums and those who consult the spirits of the dead. With their whisperings and mutterings, they will tell us what to do.” But shouldn’t people ask God for guidance? Should the living seek guidance from the dead? Look to God’s instructions and teachings! People who contradict his word are completely in the dark.

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    1. Ojukwu has played his part, he can no longer intercede on ur behalf.
      He is facing his own judgement as we all will when the time comes.
      Bianca that's politics for u, it is not for righteous or faint hearted.
      Naija politics is for the cruels, liars, selfish and all.

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  4. I see endless drama brewing. I see someone being sued. I see roforofo fights online, in the papers and in courts. Bia, blog (false)prophet! Are you seeing what ayam saw?

    Bianca achalugo nwanyi, nmasinachi ndi Igbo ji e me onu, biko jiri ya nwayo o. Don't let them "waste" you for us biko. Is it not the same Obiano that "allowed" Nwafor escape during #Endsars last year after wasting countless lives? Hian!

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    1. 不不不不不不不
      Hello Amebonawork, happy weekend babe.

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    2. False prophet ®6 November 2021 at 11:28

      I see we share same vision

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    3. it's good to voice out against injustice and bad behavior but then this people are not to be trusted. God protect her

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  5. Odumegwu Ojukwu was a great man and beloved of the Igbos. However, he is not "the lion that watches over the Igbos"
    God is the one that watches over the Igbos and indeed the whole humanity.
    Do not give Ojukwu a title that he did not even crave for or have in life.

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    1. Can't we logically delight in this well written art? Instead of dwelling on the religiousness of this well crafted piece?.

      Our problem as Nigerians today and to an extend as Igbos, is that our mind and beliefs have been over time conditioned on religious lines, tribal line and ethnic lines. Everything is first seen through these lenses before any deep thinking if at all there's one.

      We have a bastardised and an uncouth polarised mind, even the so called Biafran spirit is divided. Where's the Nigerian spirit?

      We are firstly traditionalists before all these borrowed religions. Even with all the religiousness we are nowhere near the assuming pagan nations or tribes.

      Damn, we are an impossible set of people. Criticism everywhere, everytime.

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    2. He is the lion that watches over true Igbos. Nothing anything or anyone can do about that. It is what it is.

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    3. Ebony
      We are foremost creatures of God before we became Igbos

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    4. God bless you Ebony, you wrote very well.

      Nice one CHISOM, God bless you too.
      Continue resting in peace Sir.

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    5. @Chisom
      A dead man is the "lion that watches over you"
      The resurrected "lion of the tribe of Judah" is the one that watches over me.

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    6. Religious fanaticism is a disease.

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    7. Ebony, you write very well Ma, more like Adichie.

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    8. Thank you Ebony. The fanatism of the average Nigerian amuses me. Even in a piece with such rich literature, people still took a hisbah approach to understanding it.

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  6. She really loved him

    as for gov Obiano if someone else didn't protect and fought for the party, he wouldn't have emerge under the party so why sit back and watch the party that brought you to power go down

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  7. Change is inevitable, we only hope for a change for the better

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  8. Hmm I love her loyalty, that's all I can say.

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  9. Biko Nne, go and nyash down. You are only trying to help your boyfriend wey dey murder grammar win. Bringing APGA down will still not guarantee him a win. No bring sentiments here biko. Keep on fucking the Doctor inugo? No use Odumegwu catch cruise unless you want make them open your page.

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  10. All I see here is a woman, out of pure love , absolute loyalty & trust , married an older man , when there were young suitors all over her & heavenly promises from her dad, who later ostracized her temporarily. She was resolute at following her heart, her influential & wealthy back ground notwithstanding. Do we still have such dedication & intentionality from our present ladies? If I were u Bianca, I would have left politics as soon as Ikemba left ds world, knowing what & how humans change, for personal peace & safety. I pray APC doesn’t do to Anambra what they did in Imo state.

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    1. This is what you see from her post? You should be in a mental home o, 'ITK', abi is it not the same thing everyone is reading?

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  11. Everyone knows that willie is the worse thing that happened to Anambra state, no doubt but, it definitely is going to be something else if anyone but Soludo is voted in as the governor. Those other candidates, especially the uba criminal brothers will definitely sell our beloved state, what do they even know except 'money' to even begin with.

    willie will only try but legend Ojukwu remains the Eze Igbo gburu gburu, our very own agu n'eche Ana Igbo. The way the usually drunk willie handled the APGA political party is enough reason for people to give up on the party but my brothers and sisters, that party is ours, our ancestors are aware of its existence and thankfully enough, Soludo is someone worthy to believe and hope on.

    Dear gorgeous mmiri nma Bianca, we appreciate you for the genuine love and loyalty over this years and for not stooping low and selling out or even becoming a political harlot. I don't know how many women will do this except for real a Queen like you. See how you love and cherish this man, even years after he died, that's the kind of reverence, love and respect every true Igbo person has for Him so willie can only try.

    Anambrarians protect your zone. No voting for criminals bikonu.

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    1. An election that has almost 20 aspirants! And they are supposed brothers? How about conceding to one another to have a meaningful outcome? Later they will be crying wolf! Chai. Nna doh o

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    2. Did you say 20 aspirants???

      Nawaooo!!!

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    3. Chisom, thank you very well. Obiano remains a mistake that Ndi Anambra will never repeat.
      He frolicks with girls, and left his wife the affairs of Anambra to run, and was sharing our resources like ice cream.
      He can never remove our Ikemba 1 of Nnewi.
      A trial of their region to be Governor turned to the worst nightmare of Peter Obi and Ndi Anambra.

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  12. I cry for the state of my birth when i look and see the UBA criminal brother contesting for governorship election my heart cuts i pray Anambra doesn't go back to the dark times of mbadinuju before the coming of Ngige. Mbadinuju was a terrible governor that allowed government school to go on a one year strike all because of Eselu Uga the wicked UBA brothers i pray God have mercy on us ozoemena

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  13. Strong woman, Such a lovable personality.

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