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18th September 2011, 03:41 AM
A big sex scandal is currently rocking the Enugu government house. At the center of the sex scandal is the state governor, Sullivan Chime and his sister-in-law, Ebere Igwe. Ebere is the younger sister of Clara Chime, the governorís wife and first lady of Enugu state.
It was reliably gathered from sources in Enugu that a secret romantic affair between Chime and his sister-in-law has recently produced a baby boy.
A source in Enugu Government House disclosed that the affair between Governor Chime and Ebere, started shortly after he married Clara in October 2008.

The lavish traditional marriage held at Isuochi home town of the Igweís costed the state government a fortune, not minding the fact that Chime was marrying Clara as a second wife, having divorced his first wife from Ogakwu family in Udi town where he hails from.
After the ceremony, Clara moved into the Governorís lodge with her younger sister, Ebere who just graduated fromAbiaStateUniversity. Unknown to the first lady, this was the beginning of an affair between her husband and Ebere. Few months after, the first lady noticed that the Governor was always eying Ebere, and became suspicious of them. Not wanting to lose her husband to her younger sister, the first lady suggested that her sister should go abroad for her masters degree. However, by the time Ebere left the country for her post graduate programme abroad, she was already into a deep relationship with the Governor. She benefited a brand new Toyota car and frequent overseas trips from the relationship which continued even while she was studying abroad. The affair however blew open sometime last year when Ebere returned to the country after her studies abroad and told the first lady that she was pregnant for the governor.

According to sources, Clara was so shocked to the point that she became emotionally wrecked. The first lady was taken to Rev. Fr. Njokuís Upper Room Ministries at Emene Enugu for prayers and later, her mother took her to a native doctor who succeeded in stabilizing her mind, even as the governor turned a blind eye to her situation. The first lady thereafter told her younger sister to abort the pregnancy, but she refused. The first lady reportedly sent thugs after her younger sister, and when the governor got wind of the plan, he made special security arrangements for her. To make sure that the pregnancy was not tampered with, the governor sent Ebere to the United States where she eventually delivered a baby boy recently.

However, the first lady swore not to allow her younger sister into government house again. Ebereís whereabouts remain unknown, although an unconfirmed source said that she is nursing the baby at the governorís Udi country home. The scandal has forced the first lady to maintain low profile to the point that she sends either the wife of the Secretary to State Government or Speaker of the House of assembly to represent her in public functions. She no longer attends her weekly prayer programme.