In a twist of fate, fortune and destiny, Ms. Queen Nwoye, the Nigerian American Registered Nurse accused by the Husband of Dr Mrs. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala’s of blackmail and extortion, has been granted Citizenship by the American Government.
These developments follow a review of her case by the American judicial system which went on to establish that Ms Nwoye was indeed manipulated by the main suspect, Mr Emeka Adrian Osuagwu.
The Court also ordered that the family of Professor Okonjo Iweala refund the sum of forty thousand dollars being the sum Nwoye has been made to pay as ordered by the courts in the past years.
Writing about her experience while in jail in her upcoming book, Broken Shackles, Nwoye who is currently doing her Masters in Nursing and eyeing a PhD said she decided to share her experience so that people can learn to put their trust in God, no matter the situation.
According to Nwoye, her true life’s experience, which few years ago made burning headlines and subjects of topical discussions in the United States of America, Nigeria and around the world is one that will easily serve to remind all of the Power and Place of God in the affairs of men.
Her Book, Broken Shackles talks about her going jail term in a federal prison in America; having to squarely face high level investigations, trial and prosecution by the Federal Bureau of Investigations, (FBI) and various authorities in numerous courts in the United States of America, (USA), and grappling with the psychological challenges of living with a twisted identity for life, including likely deportation.
Nwoye said for a woman that has gone through the biblical valley of the shadows of death as will be read in her upcoming book, that she is convinced without any equivocation that it is only God Almighty who could have taken her through it all and given her victory in the end.
“God made me go through all these in order to make me to show the world of His power to forgive and restore”, she explained.
For “Broken Shackles” Expert book reviewers who have seen the preview described it as a potential best-selling book in the list and analogy of all-time best sellers, considering that Ms. Nwoye herself gave a true and inside account of events, including in that of the affairs with Professor Okonjo Iweala, the husband of Nigeria two time minister of Finance and former World Bank Vice President, Dr Ngozi Okonjo Iweala.
Explaining that the celebrated affairs she had with the husband of the former finance minister which later became a subject of the FBIs investigations were not only reported from a narrow and untruth prism, Nwoye said the narratives also represents a distortions of facts and realities in ways that offends posterity.
“The purpose of coming out to tell it all is not to resurrect old wounds, or define who was wrong or right. The purpose is simply to acknowledge God Almighty as the only one who has the final say in any affairs of men and to bring glory to His Name for my life’s story which can rightly be described as a prison to palace story.
“It is an account of a true event that has today perfected my life, and for those of other people that God has and continues to bring in contact with me”, Nwoye added.
According to her, she spent about one year in prison, but was made the Assistant to the DC, CCA Jail Chaplain, Rev Napper within that time, with the jail chaplain insisting God had told him to bring her to the jail chapel to assist him in making bulletins for the services, cleaning and arranging the chapel for inmate’s worships.
It could be recalled that sometimes in 2007, then 28 year old Queen Nwoye was charged with conspiracy to commit extortion, found guilty and was convicted of felony in Washington DC in 2008.
It was a case that went viral, with charges of ridiculous association of lies and deceits ocherestrated by a man called Emeka Adrian Osuagwu.
Nwoye, who today is also an ordained minister in the ministry recently held a thanksgiving service in church which many Nigerians in America described as the most ever recorded powerful Thanksgiving service that involved even the American Immigration service.