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Gen Gowon's 'Irresponsible' Son and His Late Igbo Mum Edith - Iwuchukwu

Gen Gowon’s ‘Irresponsible’ Son and His Late Igbo Mum Edith – Iwuchukwu | #IgbereTV

During the civil war, General Gowon was sleeping with an Igbo woman even though his government declared war against the Igbo people, where his lover came from.

Gowon was single at the time and not married.

In her lifetime, the late Edith Ikegwuonu was a beautiful woman who melted and won hearts with her enchanting and heart-melting beauty.

Musa Gowon and Mum, Edith

Her smile was a killer and could even raise the dead.

Their relationship produced an irresponsible dude called Musa Gowon.

I will explain later in this article why Musa is irresponsible.

Late Edith later protested the way her lover (and his troops) killed her people and eventually called off the relationship after the birth of Musa in 1968.

The year before, while pregnant, she tried moving abroad, but Yakubu overruled her move to the UK and US.

She moved to Germany in 1967. After the federal troops bombed Aba General Hospital, she called off the relationship in 1967.

At about that time, she had Musa. She later emigrated from Germany to the USA with her son.

Yakubu denied the paternity of Musa and married Victoria in 1969.

After spending decades in the USA, she moved back to Nigeria and left Musa there.

As a hot babe that got nigerian mdn drooling, she remarried twice, first to Dr. Okongwu and then to Nze Mark Odu.

When she left for Nigeria, “Big Mus” joined a Colombian drug cartel. He was apprehended on his way to the USA from Germany in 1992 at age 23.

Musa was sentenced to 40 years in prison but was eventually granted a pardon by Obama on account of his good behavior after 22 years.

While he was serving his time in prison, Edith (his mom) died of cancer in 2003.

His mum before she died retired from Guinness Nigeria.

Musa got a presidential pardon in 2015 and was released.

He was deported to Nigeria the following year, where he pursued the paternity case. Same 2016.

After Musa was released from prison, I Chukwudi Iwuchukwu was the first person alive that Musa called on the phone.

He engaged me, then a freelancer, to do some promotional articles for him.

I wrote a press release for him that went viral, and then his dad’s lawyer and a SAN called me on the phone to harass me after finding out that Musa has truly been released.

Gowon agreed that Musa was his son after a DNA test proved it.

This happened because of my efforts after Musa was released and the attention I brought to the case.

It has been 7 years now that Musa Gowon has not paid me the 4 million naira we agreed on verbally, but I have handed him over to God, who knows and searches the consciences of men, and I know, by God’s grace, he will judge him harshly.

In the picture below is Musa and his late mum

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Emeh James Anyalekwa, is a Seasoned Journalist, scriptwriter, Movie producer/Director and Showbiz consultant. He is the founder and CEO of the multi Media conglomerate, CANDY VILLE, specializing in Entertainment, Events, Prints and Productions. He is currently a Special Assistant (Media) to the Former Governor of Abia State and Chairman Slok Group, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu. Anyalekwa is also the National President, Online Media Practitioners Association of Nigeria (OMPAN) https://web.facebook.com/emehjames

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