- Popular Nigerian businessman Obi Cubana took the internet by storm when he threw a lavish burial for his late mum last month
- Obi Cubana's billionaire friends turned the party into a carnival as they dashed him almost 400 cows and rained different currencies
- The businessman in a recent post on Instagram shared a short video of the event and penned a sweet note to his late mum
Nigerian businessman, Obi Cubana stepped into the spotlight on social media after he threw a lavish burial for his late mum in Oba, Anambra state last month.
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Popular and prominent figures in the society, as well as celebrities, also showed up to celebrate with the businessman which got social media buzzing for days.
In a recent post on Instagram, Obi Cubana reminisced on the celebration and thanked everyone who showed up in honour of his late mum.
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"Exactly One Month Today, You We’re Laid To Rest Mama! We Love And Miss You! The World Celebrated You! We Will Continue To Celebrate You Ezinne Odoziaku Akaeze Oba. We Love And Appreciate Everyone That Made Yhis Event Beautiful; Family, Friends, Associates, Well Wishers, EVERYONE! God Bless You All, Amen."
See the post below:
Read some of the comments sighted on Obi Cubana's post below:
"RIP Odozi. History was made."
"Exactly one month when you put the whole of 9ja on a stand still abi?"
"The event for oba suppose dey Guinness book of record."
"Once in life time Burial."
"Burial turn carnival, in this life be wealthy e get why!!"
Oba residents fight over leftovers
Nigerian businessman, Obi Cubana, held a carnival-like final burial for his late mum and it took over social media for days.
Videos of people who live in the community the burial was held, Oba, Anambra state, fighting to take home leftovers made rounds on social media.
Young kids were seen dipping plates and hands into a huge iron pot of what seemed to be pepper soup which was still steaming hot on the fire.