The sour relationship between former Governor Sullivan Chime and his godfather Senator Chimaroke Nnamani may have ended.
Sullivan visited Nnamani in his Agbani country home Friday in a most surprising turn of events.
The duo fell out few months after Nnamani single handedly made him his successor as governor in 2007.
The war had been on between the two leaders and looked irreconcilable until Friday visit by Sullivan to the founder of the Ebeano political family.
This is coming a day to the proposed solidarity visit of the Ebeano group to Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi at the Enugu Government House.
Coordinator of the Ebeano political group and former SSG Dr. Dan Shere may have hinted to the reconciliation when in an exclusive chat with Everyday News he said it is time to forgive.
Hear him; “We just want to do a support for the governor. It is a pan Enugu movement; Enugu is one united family. What the wawa people are known for is universal brotherhood which we want to demonstrate in politics.
“The era of politics of bitterness and dividing each other should not arise again. Its time to start reconciliation because forgiveness is an attribute of the strong.
“Everybody should forgive each other and let’s unite in brotherhood to support our brother to perform. Because once a governor has the support of his people then he can concentrate and do development projects instead of distracting him with quarrels and disunity he will be confused on who to go with but if Enugu is one it will give him the opportunity of concentrating on developmental projects….”