Why Delta Chief Whip Was Almost Beaten Up by her Husband Fred Ajudua
On Friday, 8 April 2016, Mrs Princess Pat Ajudua, the Delta State House of Assembly Chief Whip, was almost beaten up at the legislators’ Quarters Asaba by her husband, Chief Fred Ajudua. Barrister Ajudua also threatened to close down the two churches she runs in both her Asaba and Ibusa homes, XCLUSIVE MAGAZINE can authoritatively report.
Many eyewitnesses were very surprised and wondered what could have incensed Barrister Ajudua to tongue-lash his wife and threatened to beat her up in public. XCLUSIVE MAGAZINE can now reveal with a degree of certainty that the issue is not about trivial marital squabbles, but of a larger concern regarding the light issue being experienced by Ibusa, one of the towns in her Oshimili North constituency.
A very close and reliable family member, who witnessed the incident, told XCLUSIVE MAGAZINE that Fred Ajudua was angry with the wife for being insensitive to the plight of his people, and for her being more concerned with and deeply engrossed in her church activities. “Yes, he tongue-lashed her and also threatened to close the church down if she did not act quickly to ameliorate the suffering of his people,” our reliable source confirmed.
Apparently, it took the near-slapping from Fred for Adankele, as Princess is popularly called, to swing into action. This explains the speed with which she led a team that included Hon Innocent Esewezie, SSA to the Governor Okowa on Youth Empowerment, to Benin Electricity Distribution Company (BEDC) office in Asaba, as she stated in a Facebook post after the visit, “to really ascertain the true situation of Ibusa light.” Early last week, she again mobilised a group of Ibusa elites, described as the Think Tank, who had already raised thirty two million Naira (32m) within them to tackle the light issue, to visit BEDEC again, this time in their head office in Benin City, Edo State.
For over seven years, Ibusa in Oshimili North Local Government Area, Delta State has been plunged into darkness. And many people have heaped the blame squarely on the doorsteps of the town’s two most prominent politicians in elective positions: Senator Peter Nwaoboshi, the Chairman of Senate Committee of NDDC and Mrs Ajudua.
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