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Anambra First Lady a victim of smear campaign

10 December 2015, 18:40Emeka Okonkwo

Abuja - Members of the public have been alerted to an alleged smear campaign on Ebelechukwu Obiano, the wife of the Anambra State governor.

“Virulent opposition masquerading as do-gooders while spreading falsehood without regard to reason and good judgment” are said to be behind the campaign.

“We have observed that it has become the favorite past-time, of some purveyors of falsehood to concoct unimaginable hate tales aimed creating unsavory impression of events they imagine and create in their heads before dumping it at the corridors of the Anambra governor’s Lodge,” a spokesperson said.

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He said in the past two weeks the governor , Willie Obiano,  had been on whirl-wind tour of the Local Government and communities across Anambra State, which he believed could have been the source of the smear campaign by individuals against their success.

“Whilst the governor is moving round on a thank-You tour to thank the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) members and fulfill a promise made to them during the last elections, the wife is busy spreading Christmas love to indigent women, widows and the less privileged across the communities to ensure they do not have a bleak Christmas.”

“It behoves on every discerning and well-meaning Anambra and indeed Nigerians to ignore attempts by hirelings of the agents of destruction who use the social media as smokescreen to malign and smear people in the corridors of power for a mass of porridge."

- CAJ News


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