One of the billionaires from Anambra State, Chief Okey Ezeibe, has been spotted in a video where he refused to have a handshake with a former Governor of his state, Willie Obiano.
An X user who shared the video, Olaudah Equiano: @RealOlaudah, said it was in the United States of America.
The X user said it was specifically at a party in Houston, Texas, United States of America.
As seen in the video, on entering the party, Obiano went from one person to the other shaking their hands.
But on getting to Ezeibe, the Founder of Legacy Motors refused to have a handshake with him.
When Obiano insisted on shaking him, Ezeibe his his hand under the table.
The former Governor then hit him on the back and turned away.
Olaudah Equiano, who said he culled the quotation, then retweeted it: “Anambra born entrepreneur and founder of Legacy Motors, Chief Okey Ezeibe, disgraced Willie Obiano at a party in Houston TX.
“No handshake for a governor who stole millions and left our people in poverty.
“It’s time we start to challenge these criminal politicians….stand totally against them.
“Publicly shame them and make them uncomfortable wherever we see them.
“There is no hiding place for evil politicians.
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“Let’s hold them accountable.
“Great job Chief Okey Ezeibe.👏🏽.”
Since he left office, Obiano has spent most of his time outside of Nigeria, specifically in the US.
He took over from former Governor Peter Obi and was succeeded by a former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Prof. Charles Soludo.