Thursday, September 28, 2023

KOKO Weekly Magazine: Ebele Iyiegbu And Obi Cubana: Nigeria’s Real Life Fairytale Story

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Behind every successful man is a strong woman these are the famous words of speaker Groucho Marx. These words over the years have been proven to be true as we have met women who are the brains and spines behind their husband’s success stories. One of such women is Ebele Iyiegbu the wife of nightlife king Obi Cubana. Ebele Iyiegbu and Obi Cubana KOKO Weekly magazine
Many are familiar with her husband for his role in the nightlife business but close sources say that Obi has enjoyed this level of success because of the force named Ebele that stands solidly behind him and this is evident in how well he showers her with praises and constantly calling her his wife. No week goes by on social media without Obi celebrating his wife, partner for her support and role in his life.
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She is a lawyer by profession and the head of the real estate arm of the Cubana group. Ebele Iyiegbu is one woman with a heart of gold and runs a foundation called the KIEK Foundation an Initiative aimed at improving the lives of the less privileged kids in the society through sustainable education, health& nutrition.
The foundation was established in 2018, has impacted positively on the lives of over 5,000 disadvantaged children, orphaned, street kids, ill and physically challenged children, and young adults in several towns and villages across the country through its various outreaches and projects. The foundation focuses on Action for Quality Education, ensure that Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) have access to basic healthcare, advocate for and also help protect the rights of children in our society.
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Ebele also holds a relationship session with her fans and followers on social media with the name “Under the Mango” tree. This humanitarian uses that platform to address marital and relationship issues. Just like her husband she is focused on impacting the next generation and society at large.

Cover Picture Credit: D’Smug Studios
Dress: 👗 by IsiBrown Lagos And Grey Velvet

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