Obi Cubana's mother, who was recently buried, was asked by Reuben Abati, a former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, if she ever saw, handled, or spent a bundle of crisp Naira notes during her lifetime.
In a piece published on Wednesday, the journalist questioned why Obi Cubana's family members were not present at the much-publicized funeral.
He inquired, "Does he even have siblings or extended family members?"
Abati raised a number of issues in relation to Obi Cubana's lavish funeral last weekend in Oba, Anambra State, including how he made so much money and how much tax he pays to the Nigerian government.
“Obi Cubana has every right to bury his mother in the manner of his choosing. But who is he, exactly? What was his source of income? What is the amount of tax he pays to the Nigerian government?
He wrote, "I'm not sure half the people at the event even know who Cubana's mother was."
“What kind of individual was she? How did she fit in with the rest of the neighborhood? Did she ever come across, handle, or spend a bundle of crisp Naira notes?
"Who are Obi Cubana's relatives? Is he related to any of his siblings or extended family?”
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