Those who are conversant with society happenings will remember the name Chima Anyaso. However, for those who do not know him, he is the boss of Ceecon Oil and Gas, but more popular as the man whose married to Onyeka Odiegwu lasted less than a year.
When the duo of Anyaso and Odiegwu shockingly parted ways very few people knew what had happened, as some people said they separated on mutual understanding after it became obvious that things could not just work out between them, as husband and wife.
However, a close source hinted www.theoctopusnews.com that the misunderstanding that led to the walking away was due to the continuous beating the lady was receiving from her then husband. The source, revealed that the battering was so bad that when she could not take it again she had to walk out of the union in order to save her life.
That was in 2011, and now in 2013, after some years of being alone, Anyso has found another woman and this time it is in one of the daughters of the Nzeribe’s. Anyaso, on Saturday, June 15, in Imo State, married Adanna Nzeribe, in what was described as a money-meet-money ceremony. We were informed that Rockview Hotels, venue of the reception was a fanfare, as the groom even hired 2face to perform. And although the white wedding is set for Saturday, August 10, in the Uk, speculations are already rife that Nzeribe will be the next punching bag for the man who seemed to show little or no interest at all for his wife during their traditional marriage. Another interesting thing to note was the conspicuous absence of Nkiru Ararume, the best lady of the bride, as there were speculations that the groom might have asked her to stay away from the shindig. Prior to the event, Nkiru, had made a big deal of being Nzeribe’s bestie.
Anyaso’s first wedding gulped millions of Naira and it was described as a fantasy wedding of sort. And since the man celebrated his second marriage it has being mixed reactions galore with some people saying Anyaso would maltreat his new wife just as he did the first one, while others have even saying it is not all about extravagant weddings, but the ability to sustain the union that matters.