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Saturday, 6 February 2016

Edo 1st Lady, Lara Oshiomhole Debunks Divorce Rumour

The Cape Verde Island born first lady of Edo State, Mrs.Lara Oshiomhole has reacted to the rumour making the rounds in some online publications of the alleged divorce suit against her husband, Governor Adams Oshiomhole. There had been serious controversy when the news of the divorce of the governor of Edo State, Adams Oshiomhole and his new wife, Lara broke out.

The spokesperson at the Edo State government house has spoken on behalf of the first lady of Edo State on the malicious rumours, calling them "warped imaginations of the purveyors of lies," and that the new bride had no reason to leave her husband.
The reports had revealed that the young bride had asked for divorce on grounds that her husband was too fetish. The reprots had gone on to reveal that Adams had been responsible for the death of his first wife, Mrs Clara Oshiomole, at the Abuja clinic, Maitama, after a long battle with cancer.

The Executive Director, Media and Public Affairs, Governor’s Office, John Mayaki, in a press statement which was issued by the state, revealed that she had been busy holding meetings and brainstorming on how to better the lots of the less-privileged, Women and Children in the state through her pet project.

The statement went on to read:
"The rumour mongers are well advised to find more productive engagements to deploy their energies rather than market inanities about public personalities all in their bid to sell their medium. Which Court of Law was the alleged divorce initiated and to whom was it served? Which country, state, municipal or county, if any, is the Court situated? And when was the action/suit filed? Of course the writers didn’t bother to inform their readers. The truth however is that the answers only exist in the warped imagination of the purveyors of the lies."




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