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Ex-Gov Sullivan Chime’s wife Clara Remarries To A Northerner Ciroma [Video]

Clara Chime, a former first lady of Enugu State, has remarried 10 years after her marriage to Sullivan Chime ended.

She got married on Friday, April 29, at Amuda Isuochi, Umunneochi LGA in Abia state.

The details about Chime’s new lover are still sketchy.

According to sources, she met the man she married through one of the daughters of late President Umaru Yar’adua, who was her former classmate in school.

Her groom is also said to be a northern Christian from Kaduna.

See the video from her traditional wedding below:

Clara during her marriage to Sullivan Chime accused the ex-governor of treating her like a slave.

In a letter released in 2008, Clara said she never enjoyed her marriage and was denied of her matrimonial rights.

She claimed that since she moved into Chime’s house, they have never slept on the same bed.

Clara in the letter also alleged that she has been introduced to two psychiatrists whom she identified as Dr. Onwukwe and Dr. Agumo, and they prescribed “all kinds of drugs that end up keeping me acute depressed and also drives me into hallucinations.”

The ex Governor’ Sullivan Chime’s wife Clara”s traditional wedding to a Northerner Joseph Ciroma yesterday Friday 29th April 2022 at Isuochi Umunnochi local government area of Abia state,even as a second wife is trending all over the social media space with a lot of goodwil messages.But you want to break Yul Edochie “s head for doing same as Clara.As an Igbo lady you are pleased and comfortable being  2nd,3rd,4th or even 5th wife to a Muslim Hausa Fulani and even got converted.But when an Igbo man approached you with same marriage proposal.Ichowa Onye I ga ata aru….Ma o bu Onye I ga akufu ishi….Congratulations!

Source: PMNews

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