Ebelechukwu Obiano: A Fashionista Philanthropist

  Beauty, Fashion, Lifestyle

The first lady of Anambra state, Dr. (Mrs.) had the full attention of gossip blogs and lovers last weekend when she showed up at a burial wear a pair of Gucci glasses which is valued at about $2,755.

The limited edition sunglasses that is made with Crystal which is worth N991,800 in Nigerian currency took all attention away from the first lady’s elegant royal blue and silver outfit.rubi

The whooping amount of the mask sunglasses and the fact that Mrs Obiano is among the very few that own the luxury item in the world was what got critics and many Nigerians believing she is just another wife of a governor that loves the flamboyant life.

Before becoming the wife of the governor of Anambra State, Mrs Obiano was first the wife of an Executive Director of Fidelity Bank. An inside source told Saturday INDEPENDENT that the first lady have always had the best money can buy as far as luxurious life is concerned.

She is said to have always loved to look exceptional and have eyes for details. She is one woman who does not like to go wrong in .

Though she loves her personal style to announce her presence, Mrs Obiano also loves to help the less privileged as much as she loves looking good.

Also before becoming the wife of the governor, Mrs. Obiano had been involved in charity programmes helping the less privileged. She undertook church welfare projects and was a marriage counsellor among other humanitarian endeavours. It is therefore no surprise that as First Lady of Anambra State, she set up an NGO, Caring Family Enhancement Initiative (CAFÉ) in August 2014 to advance her charity programmes.

Building houses for widows is said to be one her passion. So far, she has built and handed over 22 houses to widows in different communities. She facilitates free surgeries to children with congenital abnormality of Cleft lip and Cleft palate where over 100 has benefited.

On why she is committed to helping the needy, Dr. Mrs. Obiano said, “there is something in me that abhors seeing people in anguish. That is why I do what I do.” In another breath she observed, “Wherever and whenever life is touched, government has succeeded.”