The burial of the mother of Obi Cubana is currently the most popular event and this has attracted mixed reactions from people over the Lavish spendings in the burial ceremony. The popularity of the ceremony grew after the popular celebrity bar man, Cubana Chief priest donated about 46 cows and some millions of naira to his former boss and close friend, Obi Cubana in order to sympathize with him on the loss ot his mother.
The Lavish spendings of the burial ceremony didn't end there as top celebrities and business people stormed the ceremony in order to grace the occasion. It was reported that over 300 Cows were donated and during the time of the ceremony, many rich guys were spraying money uncontrollably and the popular Government worker, Akin Alabi was also present.
It was once rumoured that Akin Alabi sprayed 2,000 naira at the ceremony but he came and debunked the rumour saying that it was 9,000 naira that he sprayed at the ceremony and not 2,000. This was revealed by the popular blogging site, Yabaleftonline.ng and it was revealed that Akin Alabi added that as a government worker, he cannot spray more than 9,000 naira in a popular ceremony like that.
The burial ceremony of the mother of Obi Cubana which took place in Oba, idemili North, Anambra state can be seen as the highest in the country so far.
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