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It looks like we are improving . Nigeria no dey carry last anyhow but check Ghana and South africa
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OK o..na by force? The man has decided not to give his first son anything...u dey claim right? When they get to court, he will tell the judge "In Igbo Land..First son na first son. Its a right and not a priviledge to be given by anyone!".

As long as the will that was presented is true and valid, first son, whether in igbo land or hausa land is irrelevant in a court of law. Abi igbo land tradition supersedes the Nigerian legal system?


I wish him luck
Ok o. I hope the court will be present to help the winner of the court case to take procession when it is time. No be person go tell am to run 40-40 when he/she see wetin big pass am.

Btw, if the Queen of England dies and her will is read in court and in it, she said that Prince Andrew should be king instead of Prince Charles, wetin go happen?. Na queshion i dey ask o.
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This African mentality of inheritance is sickening at best. Parents make money but do not teach their children how to make the money because most of them made the money the corrupt way and have nothing intellectual to pass down their generations. That was how the Abiola dynasty washed its dirty linen in the public.

Disgrace.

That was how the Ibru family also embarrassed itself in public courts.
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Ok o. I hope the court will be present to help the winner of the court case to take procession when it is time. No be person go tell am to run 40-40 when he/she see wetin big pass am.

Btw, if the Queen of England dies and her will is read in court and in it, she said that Prince Andrew should be king instead of Prince Charles, wetin go happen?. Na queshion i dey ask o.
In Nigeria we have customary courts! These courts are there to uphold the culture and Tradition of our people!

In Igbo culture/tradition there is notin like 'will' writing. The first son decides how everthing is shared. All the father can do while he is alive is to give out whatever he wants to give out while he is still alive. On his death the first son takes charge!

Bianca should submit herself to the whatever Debe is saying!
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This African mentality of inheritance is sickening at best. Parents make money but do not teach their children how to make the money because most of them made the money the corrupt way and have nothing intellectual to pass down their generations. That was how the Abiola dynasty washed its dirty linen in the public.

Disgrace.

That was how the Ibru family also embarrassed itself in public courts.

But the guy in question has equally made some money. I don't support Ikemba asking Bianca to take his position in Ojukwu firm. This company is owned by Ojukwu's father, Ikemba can make Bianca a director in a company owned by him.

I dont know how Ikemba would have felt, if his own father willed most of his asset to a younger wife that did not struggle with Ojukwu's father in building his networth
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This African mentality of inheritance is sickening at best. Parents make money but do not teach their children how to make the money because most of them made the money the corrupt way and have nothing intellectual to pass down their generations. That was how the Abiola dynasty washed its dirty linen in the public.

Disgrace.

That was how the Ibru family also embarrassed itself in public courts.
bros; did you read the story at all?

can you just ask someone to replace you on the board of a company you dont own?

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Ojukwu, who was the Ikemba of Nnewi, had directed, in his Will, that Bianca, should replace him as a trustee of OTL.

Ifeukwu said, “Bianca is neither a trustee member nor a Director of OTL and it is good to note that OTL is a different property from the things the late Ikemba Ojukwu had and the directorship cannot be transferred through a Will.”
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Old 5th December 2012, 11:54 AM
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But the guy in question has equally made some money. I don't support Ikemba asking Bianca to take his position in Ojukwu firm. This company is owned by Ojukwu's father, Ikemba can make Bianca a director in a company owned by him.

I dont know how Ikemba would have felt, if his own father willed most of his asset to a younger wife that did not struggle with Ojukwu's father in building his networth
The guy Debe is well known to me. He is super rich by any standards! he is only fighting for his rights and that of his generations unborn!

Ojukwu himself should have known better that the rights of a first son in igbo land cannot be contested!
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The guy Debe is well known to me. He is super rich by any standards! he is only fighting for his rights and that of his generations unborn!

Ojukwu himself should have known better that the rights of a first son in igbo land cannot be contested!
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can you just ask someone to replace you on the board of a company you dont own?
Now, this is where the problem lies. This guy has money, according to you, and does not even need the money or whatever it is in the first place. He should move on with his life and stop fighting his father's wife. Let him go and build his own dynasty, abeg.
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The guy Debe is well known to me. He is super rich by any standards! he is only fighting for his rights and that of his generations unborn!

Ojukwu himself should have known better that the rights of a first son in igbo land cannot be contested!
Oga overload, it doesn't work that way in our part of Anambra. The problem here is that Debe was born out of wedlock and traditionaly in our part of Anambra, any child born out of wedlock belongs to the maternal family and has no inheritance whatsoever from the paternal family.
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Oga overload, it doesn't work that way in our part of Anambra. The problem here is that Debe was born out of wedlock and traditionaly in our part of Anambra, any child born out of wedlock belongs to the maternal family and has no inheritance whatsoever from the paternal family.
just hearing this for the first time. will actually recheck to confirm this!
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Now, this is where the problem lies. This guy has money, according to you, and does not even need the money or whatever it is in the first place. He should move on with his life and stop fighting his father's wife. Let him go and build his own dynasty, abeg.

But Ojukwu benefited from his own father's dynasty, who was one of the founders of the Lagos Stock Exchange, now Nigerian Stock Exchange.
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just hearing this for the first time. will actually recheck to confirm this!

I have heard this before.
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Oga overload, it doesn't work that way in our part of Anambra. The problem here is that Debe was born out of wedlock and traditionaly in our part of Anambra, any child born out of wedlock belongs to the maternal family and has no inheritance whatsoever from the paternal family.
It is like this everywhere! If that Ojukwu's son was actually born out of wedlock, then let him just move on and stop causing a scene.
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just hearing this for the first time. will actually recheck to confirm this!
You mean say if you prak your babe, give am belle and she born, the baby will bear your name? No nah! Na the wife surname the baby suppose answer because the woman concerned was still using her surname before childbirth.
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You mean say if you prak your babe, give am belle and she born, the baby will bear your name? No nah! Na the wife surname the baby suppose answer because the woman concerned was still using her surname before childbirth.
This is why i find it a bit hard to believe that Debe was born out of wedluck. I know Ojukwu Had Three wives; although two died before his death.
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Oga overload, it doesn't work that way in our part of Anambra. The problem here is that Debe was born out of wedlock and traditionaly in our part of Anambra, any child born out of wedlock belongs to the maternal family and has no inheritance whatsoever from the paternal family.
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It is like this everywhere! If that Ojukwu's son was actually born out of wedlock, then let him just move on and stop causing a scene.
ok just confirmed that Debe was actually Ojukwu first son, bore by Ojukwu's late first wife Mrs Njideka Ojukwu.
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ok just confirmed that Debe was actually Ojukwu first son, bore by Ojukwu's late first wife Mrs Njideka Ojukwu.
Emeka Ojukwu jr is Njideka's first son. Njideka herself hails from Nawfia, Dunukofia LGA. Debe is a love child (though he claims Ojukwu paid his mother's bride price) that is why he wasn't allowed by the umunna to perform the dust to dust rite at his father's grave side. Reconfirm from your source.
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ok just confirmed that Debe was actually Ojukwu first son, bore by Ojukwu's late first wife Mrs Njideka Ojukwu.
I still do not understand what this man wants.
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