VALENTINE OZIGBO CONGRATULATES VEN ONWUGHALU ON THE MARRIAGE OF HIS DAUGHTER


Valentine Ozigbo, the immediate past President and Group CEO of Transcorp Plc, on Sunday, April 4, 2021, graced the wedding of Larry Okechukwu Maduagwu and Vanessa Nneamaka Onwughalu. 


The bride, Vanessa, is the daughter of Chief Ven Onwughalu, a successful business mogul and Mrs. Amaka Onwughalu, a veteran banker. The groom, Larry, is the son of Hon. Rita Maduagwu, the immediate past Speaker of the Anambra State House of Assembly. 


Ozigbo, a leading governorship aspirant in Anambra State, congratulated the couple on their wedding, praying for the union to be the start of a new chapter of great things in their lives.  


“Marriage is an institution that is ordained by God. I’ve been on this journey for over 18 years and I must say, it has been a huge blessing," the respected business leader said.


"So, I wish Larry, and his lovely bride, Vanessa the grace to love each other and overcome all trials that may come their way," Ozigbo said.


“I wish you good luck as you begin this lifelong union of love. I also ask that the Almighty bless your union with children that will be a blessing to humanity,” he added. 


The wedding reception, which was held at Chief Onwughalu’s country home in Osumenyi in Nnewi South Local Government Area of Anambra State attracted many high-brow friends, family members and well-wishers of the two families.


Some of the guests include His Excellency Peter Obi, the immediate past governor of Anambra State; Chief Okey Ezeibe, a respected PDP stakeholder; Chief Chris Uba, a former member of the PDP Board it Trustees (BoT); His Royal Highness, Igwe Gerald Mbamalu, Eze Oranyelu I of Ojoto; Senator Victor Umeh, a former Senator representing Anambra Central Senatorial Zone;  Chief Jideofor Ezeofor; Senator Uche Ekwunife, the Senator representing Anambra Central; Senator Ifeanyi Ubah, the Senator representing Anambra South; Engr Chris Azubogu, the member representing Nnewi North/Nnewi South/Ekwusigo Federal Constituency in the Federal House of Representatives; Chief Paulinus Aniagboso (Onowu Agulu), among others.

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