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Nigerian Billionaire, Arthur Eze, Makes Peace With Nephews After Prolonged Rift

Posted by Samuel on Thu 28th Dec, 2023 - tori.ng

The billionaire had accused his nephews of fraudulently diverting money from his business for their personal use.

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Nigerian billionaire Prince Arthur Eze has reconciled with his two nephews, Prince Olisa Eze and Prince Onyeka, whom he claimed had offended him for an extended period.

Arthur announced that he had forgiven his nephews at the 40th memorial service of his late father, Prince Michael Anekwe Eze at St. Mary’s Anglican Church, Oranto, Ukpo, Dunukofia Local Government Area, Anambra State.

The billionaire had accused his nephews of fraudulently diverting money from his business for their personal use.

It was gathered that Arthur used the occasion to extend an olive branch to his nephews and they made peace.

Pictures obtained by SaharaReporters show Arthur blessing Olisa and Onyeka who are on their knees before him at the event.

Olisa and Onyeka described Arthur as a “monumental institution which can be forever emulated due to his large heart”.

“He is a lover of peace, downtrodden, helper of the needy and his wealth has no boundaries. Indeed, he’s a unifier of this generation and astute billionaire for many decades," they said.  

According to them, the billionaire showed that he is a lover of peace and unity. They noted that Arthur had been a symbol of peace and unity over the years. They therefore prayed to God to sustain him with good health, sound mind, long life and prosperity.

The event was attended by members of the family including Igwe Dr Robert Eze, Okofia the 6th of the clan, their elder sister, Mrs Dorathy Okeke, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Other dignitaries in attendance include a delegation from President Bola Tinubu comprising the All Progressives Congress National Chairman, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje; Inspector General of Police, Kayode Egbetokun; Imo Governor, Hope Uzodimma; Deputy Senate President, Barau Jibrin; Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Benjamin Kalu and others.



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