Why Kanu Nwankwo’s Wife, Amara Picks Fight With Broke Brother In Law, Ogbonna Kanu – Insider

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January 22, 2018 – Kanu Nwankwo’s Wife, Amara Kanu Fights Husband’s Brother Ogbonna Kanu As Husband Struggles To Recover Property From AMCON

It is no longer news that footballer Kanu Nwankwo is working round the clock to recover his properties from AMCON (the Asset Managerment Corporation of Nigeria), his beautiful wife, Amara has also declared war on Kanu’s extremely broke younger brother Ogbonna Kanu.

Last week, Amara took to the social media to call out the younger brother of Kanu, Ogbonna for allegedly stealing the football ticket of her child.

NaijaGists.com did a mini Amebo project over the weekend to find out the cause of sudden outburst from cool-headed Amara who is known for minding her own business.

Here is what we found out.

Ogbonna Kanu, the younger brother of Kanu Nwankwo is reportedly broke.

His only source of financial help we learnt is his elder brother who is still struggling to get his main source of income, The Hardleys Apartments back from AMCON.

Our source said when Kanu Nwankwo could no longer give out money to Ogbonna as he used to, he (Ogbonna) picked up fight with Amara blaming her for being the reason his brother is no longer helping.

This, we learnt caused the tension between them.

The source said the ticket Amara accused him of stealing was actually not stolen, she just used the opportunity to vent out her anger.

The family source said the 31-year-old fitness expert has been called to order as  family sources taking side with Ogbonna maintained that their brother married a wrong woman.

Here is how Amara dragged Ogbonna last week.

10 thoughts on “Why Kanu Nwankwo’s Wife, Amara Picks Fight With Broke Brother In Law, Ogbonna Kanu – Insider

  1. If u don’t have money in this part of the world, you better keep silent. Ogbonna too mess up why can u marry laura ikeji when u are penny less.
    Amara go on am solidly behind you. Ogbonna is a failure.

  2. In the Spirit of the SDGs, “leave no one behind’. Pls Amara all these will varnish one day. Patience, Tolerance, and Unconditional accommodation is the key. Goodluck dear.

  3. It’s so unfortunate how Nigerians misuse the social media. Must you bring your family problem to the social media for everyone to see? To me, Kanu’s wife didn’t handle it well, and I am disappointed at her.

  4. Let’s be realistic with ourselves, the way our culture plays out when it comes to inheritance is not proper. I don’t blame that lady she is just trying to protect the interest of her children which I believe every woman in her shoes will do. Ogbonna if you need something special from your brother try to ask your him personally. When it has to do with your wife’s brother, you need to let go. It is our culture to sideline women because they only came to marry you but to be honest, we need to set the record straight, since that woman has been having your brother children, she has more right over your brother’s properties.

    If your brother accidentally pass away, God forbid your family will throw that woman out or prevent her to have access to her husband. This woman will be struggling to raise these kids while you are enjoying their fathers labour. That is why I said our culture is faulty. Only few brother in law will look after his brother’s kids. All family members including extended family want to have their own share which is wrong. Why can’t you request from your brother to help you with whatever within his capacity while alive.

    Similar, situation happened to me when my father died, all his family members were fighting to have their share. The don’t even think about we children. When my brother boldly told them that we can take care of our father’s property, they inflicted him with unknown sickness until when he finally hands off. These people went diabolically on my brother. My advise to anybody reading my comments, is to give these family members of yours whatever you can give them while you are alive and let your children start managing your business while you are still alive. My father has multimillion Naira properties which his children cannot lay their hands upon. This is a true life experience. Our culture must be redefined especially on properties allocation. That is my take on this issue.

  5. The frustration created by the government on Kanu in the name of AMCON is gradually playing out…this guy need to give them some space,if not,he will be at the receiving side of negative things from Kanu’s wife.

    What is going on is a clear evidence that things are not how it was in terms of finance.

  6. If u are fortunate than others, build a longer table for dining not a taller fence,.But if the table have been built, do not misuse it

  7. just thinking…. if the ticket was actually for Kanu’s son, it should not end up in the brother’s hands, stolen or not. But I pray for peace in the Nwankwo’s family in Jesus Name.

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