- A rich Nigerian CEO, Charles Okpaleke, has visited Obi Cubana at his Abuja residence with bundles of N500 notes
- Sharing the video, the popular socialite said the man brought the suitcase of money as a sign of honour to his late mother
- Many people reacted to the video, saying that he deserves all the love he is getting from people all over
Just as you are thinking everything is over concerning Obi Cubana's mum's burial, another development surprises you more.
In a post shared on his Instagram page, Cubana said a man, Charles Okpaleke, came with a briefcase to honour his mother.
Massive show of love
Another slide shows the moment the rich businessman opened the case and unloaded bundles of N500 notes.
Obi Cubana reacts to those who spent big money at his mum's burial, makes 1 revelation about them in video
Many people cheered on as the notes were spread over the table. There is just no end to the love Cubana has been getting since his mother's demise.
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'Tensioning' us with money
As at the time of writing this report, the video has more than 3,000 comments from his followers on the platform.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"The sky is too big for everyone to win together in the same niche. People need to know that Mehn. Two club owners No bad rival energy."
"Only a few would understand why this is d video of d moment. Respect!"
"Embarrassing money since last week."
"I sight you Sir, you are blessed. Only you is Dorime Sir."
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People who spent at mum's burial are rich
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Obi Cubana spoke about the heavy spenders at his mother's funeral whose demonstration of wealth caught people's attention.
The rich businessman said that those who came wanted to show his family love. He revealed that they are rich men who have established sources of income.
Cubana stated that they can spend their money the way they deem fit, suggesting that the guests are rich enough for such a lifestyle.