Organizing huge burial ceremonies has been one of the most valued culture of our Nigerian men and women, as they often believe that their parents deserve more accolades for their parental services while on earth. The work of a father or a mother cannot be easily forgotten in the life of a child because it would surely contribute to the success of that child.
So, when these parents eventually leave the face of the earth, it is very necessary to give them a befitting burial to thank them for their services. And in today's article, I would however share a list of the top Nigerian celebrities who gave their parents a befitting burial ceremony.
1. Tiwa Savage
This beautiful singer however gave her father a befitting burial to thank him for all the sacrifices he made for her. The burial ceremony however attracted huge dignitaries from all works of life and some celebrities also graced the event.
It was indeed an atmosphere of joy and excitement, as Tiwa Savage was indeed delighted to pay her last respect to her father. And the event was hosted in a grand style, as she wore expensive cultural attires and judging from the event, you will vividly see that a lot of money was required to make it a success
2. Obi Cubana
The burial ceremony of Obi Cubana's mother is still fresh in the minds of show many people. As this billionaire spent a lot of money to make sure that everything went during the burial ceremony.
And according to some reports, it was revealed that he also spent a whooping sum of 30million Naira to purchase a golden casket for his late mother. He attracted some much attention from the burial ceremony and the event will forever live in the minds of those who were present at the event
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