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Who is Nicholas Ukachukwu, Husband of 26 Year-old Miss Universe, Mitchel Ihezue

...Nicholas Ukachukwu Marries 26 year-old Miss Universe...

There is a new celebrity everyone on the internet is searching for and he is Prince Nicolas Ukachukwu (Ikukuoma) who is married to 26 year-old Miss Universe, Mitchel Ihezue…

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There is a new celebrity everyone on the internet is searching for and he is Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu (Ikukuoma).

Prince Nicolas Ukachukwu also known and addressed as Ikukuoma, is a politician and multi-billionaire businessman who hails from Osumenyi Nnewi South Local Government Area of Anambra State.

By all standards, he is a successful businessman, however, to many in the political eco-system, he is perceived as a serial loser, having vied and lost multiple times in his quest to clinch one political post or the other.

ENigeria News reports that Prince Nicholas Ukachuwku or PNU as some other persons chose to address him, was a former House of Reps member, who served between 1999 to 2003.
At the time of filing this report, he is said to be set to marry a beauty queen and former Miss Universe Nigeria 2017, Mitchel Ihezue who just turned 26-year-old.

Nicholas Ukachukwu Wife:

ENigeria News reports that Ukachukwu’s marriage plans to Mitchel Ihezue is coming exactly three years after he lost his first wife, Late Mrs. Nnenna Ukachukwu in the same accident that claimed the life of wife of former Senate Leader, Ndoma-Egba, Amaka and a police officer, Chinyere Azike along Ore-Benin expressway on Thursday, November 19, 2020.

Mitche Ihezue Marriage:

Only three days back, Mitchel Ihezue announced her engagement an wedding plans, but deliberately left out the identity of her husband, who turned out to be, Ukachukwu.
Children
ENigeria News writes that Ukachuwu had five grown-up children with his late wife, Nnenna who died at the age of 41 in 2020.

Controversies:

Pertinent to say that Nicholas Ukachukwu is a man with many controversies as expected of accomplished people.
Among the biggest controversies that trail him is the rumoured death of his younger lover and National Youth Service Corpe member in her twenties.

According to the rumour which discussed in some high places, “How exactly the poor girl lost her life is still unknown. All that is known is that she breathed her last while both of them were making love”.

“She died in active service or in the heat of passion”, joked one of our sources. The girl was in her 20s, had Orji as her surname and hailed from Anambra State like her sugar daddy. Pretty and adventurous, “it was her love for money and the good things of life which the man always provided for that led to her untimely death”, said another source.

In his 40s (at the time of the incident), and in love with exotic automobiles and living large, rumours flying left, right and center now have it that he just settled the girl’s family with N3 million! Popularly known as PNU, some of the money will be used for the burial and the remaining pocketed by the family. The Nigeria Police have also been sorted out, after the man pressed some powerful buttons, using his wealth and connection.

Still troubled by his girlfriend’s unexpected death, many are praying that with all the lessons he has learnt from this misadventure, the man may finally give his life to Christ, who he has been professing lately to love and worship so much. But, like our source concluded: “Time will tell whether that is real or not. Because the man is a chronic womanizer”.-

Business:

He is the Chairman of SNECOU Group Limited, which is said to into real estate business in the Abuja metropolis.

Politics:

According to Thisday Newspaper, in the eyes of many, Nicholas Ukachukwu comes across as a man who lacks any clear-cut political ideology. However, he wants to be seen as the messiah to provide his people with the much-desired dividends of democracy.
A serial contender, the more he tries, the more his dream eludes him. Sadly, Society Watch gathered that this has even made him a subject of ridicule in some quarters.

To realize his age-long aspiration for the Anambra South Senatorial district in the 2019 election, the Owelle Osumeyi left the Peoples Democratic Party for the All Progressives Grand Alliance. He could no longer endure the frustration he allegedly suffered in the hands of some hawks in the party, especially Andy Uba and his cronies.

There was a glimmer of hope when he beat many of his other aspirants in APGA, including Bianca Ojukwu, widow of the late Biafra warlord, Emeka Ojukwu and Dr Okey Chidolue, a former top shot in the Nigerian Ports Authority, a one-time aide to the late Ojukwu.

But his hope of flying the party’s ticket was almost punctured when he lost at the Federal High Court in Abuja, following a case instituted by an aggrieved member who felt cheated at the party’s primary. Undeterred, he had approached the Court of Appeal and won.
As a result, he believed he could still realize his dream of becoming a senator, given his popularity and the support of the state governor, Willie Obiano, who had reportedly promised to use the state apparatus in his favour.

He was full of hope until Senator Ubah hit a sledgehammer on his ambition.

The pendulum swung in the direction of Capital Oil boss Ubah, who was declared winner in the election, puncturing his balloon of hope irredeemably. Not one to give up easily on his cherished dream, Society Watch gathered that the philanthropist would be running for the exalted position in the November 6, 2021 governorship election in the state on the ruling APGA.

But a source disclosed that his ambition could amount to a camel passing through the eye of the needle. Already, there are insinuations that many in the party are allegedly rooting for the former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Charles Soludo.

Source: ENigeria News

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