Billionaire businessman, Arthur Eze, said Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, and the biological father, Chris Ngige once dragged his biological father to court.
Ngige and Eze have been enmeshed in a salvo of bitter exchanges emanating from the suspension of twelve Anambra monarchs by Governor Willie Obiano for traveling out of the State to visit President Muhammadu Buhari without securing government’s approval.
The visit was facilitated by the billionaire with the minister saying the monarchs’ suspension was a slap on the wrist adding that they ought to have been banished and hit out at the facilitator.
In response, Eze called the former governor and senator names alleging that he once gave out a car and a house to him as gifts.
The latest in the string, he alleged that Ngige has proclivity for fight to the point he once dragged his biological father to court.
“For I should not expect respect from he who once dragged his biological father to court. I think his irresponsible behaviour, both to the National Assembly, his Alor community and the public as a minister, are genetic as he also lacks social comportment and public decorum,” he told The Sun.