She said she bought two vehicles for herself while she was the first lady and that the money was not from the allowance she got as Chime’s wife.
“I did not use his money to buy those vehicles from the allowances I received as the wife of the governor,” she said.
The former governor’s wife also said she got landed property from Enugu State Housing Corporation, and that she paid for it after leaving office. Clara also denied knowing how much Chime earns as pension.
She told the court that she had business interests in oil and gas and that she had been living well despite not receiving maintenance allowance from her husband since they fell out in 2013.
Moreso, the former first lady of enugu state accused Chime of keeping her away from her only child.
“I only see my child during church service or social events whenever I am in town,” she said.
Justice Angela Otaluka, after hearing her testimony, adjourned the case until October 14 for adoption of final written addresses.