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Friday, August 19, 2016

Some cheering news ...Ekaette-Unoma Akpabio is back



 
Mrs. Ekaetter-Unoma Akpabio
After several wild death rumours, the wife of Senate Minority Leader, Mrs. Ekaette-Unoma Akpabio is “back, safe and sound”.  She announced her presence first on the social media on yesterday (Thursday) night, putting up a post that obviously shows that she is grateful to God. “One Song I love singing “Father, to You alone be all the glory and adoration forever more”, Unoma Akpabio  posted on her facebook account.

She underwent a major surgery in a German hospital. Soon after, speculations were rife that she didn’t survive the knife. The husband, Senator Godswill Akpabio in an interview confirmed that the wife had a surgery but that she is alive.
Senator Godswill Obot Akpabio and his beloved wife - Unoma

“During the cause of my wife having our children, my wife had caesarian child deliveries. Well, what we didn’t know was that for some reason there was a devastating surgical error. In sewing back my wife’s womb, some surgeon sewed up her bowels to her skin. Not just in one place but in several places. My wife took ill. During investigation, doctors discovered this surgical blunder. We were all shocked, including the doctors.

“The doctors have therefore had to conduct several surgical operations to detach and untangle my wife’s bowels from her skin. It’s been a terrible time for us and I have had to be there for her, that’s why I travel to make sure she’s ok.

Well, after all has been said and done, the goodnews is that our 'eka esit mbom' has successfully arrived back to Uyo, the capital city of Akwa Abasi Ibom State and she was welcomed by a mammoth crowd of well wishers. What more can we say? To God be the glory...
Mrs. Ekaette-Unoma on arrival, is welcomed by a crowd of well-wishers

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