Obi Cubana burying his mother

If you want to see how the popular billionaire businessman, Obi Cubana will be burying his mother then read through this post. The Nigerian Billionaire Businessman and Socialite Chief Obinna Iyiegbu, popularly known as Obi Cubana, will be burying his mother today. The burial scheduled to take place in Oba, Anambra State will be hosting lots of dignitaries from far and wide. Recall that last December 2020, Obi Cubana announced the death of his beloved mother, Mrs. Odoziaku Akaeze, on his Twitter handle. The twit which reads thus:

2020! We love you Mum and we thank God for your life. We will forever miss u, supper woman! Rest well, Odoziaku Akaeze…. Mama Cuban.

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Obi Cubana burying his mother

How The Popular Billionaire Businessman, Obi Cubana Will Be Burying His Mother

News going around is that so far, Obi Cubana has been receiving numerous gifts from his friends and business associates as support towards his mother’s burial. One report said that some committee of friends and business associates of his has raised about N257,000,000 (Two Hundred and Fifty-Seven Million Naira). The same group also added 247 (Two Hundred and Forty-Seven) live cows now and still counting.

Obi Cubana burying his mother

To further show their support, another friend also gave him a trailer load of Hero Beer, while another added about 30 bags of foreign rice to it. Anonymously, another friend and business associate also donated a truckload of different spirits and wine from a Glenfiddich wine company which will be live during the burial. Consequently, a foreign casket worth 30 Million Naira was also donated by a business associate as support for the burial. All these and many more is how the popular billionaire businessman, Obi Cubana will be burying his mother.

Obi Cubana burying his mother

Indeed, friends and business associates have rallied around to help and support Obi Cubana during his trying time. This can be seen in the manner in which they have contributed to ensuring that the burial is a success.

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