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Obi Cubana’s Mom’s Body Arrives Funeral, Dripping In Gold

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The remains of late Lady Uche Iyiegbu, the Odoziaku of Oba Kingdom and mother to Nigerian businessman and nightlife entrepreneur, Obi Iyiegbu, popularly known as Obi Cubana has arrived church, dripping in gold.

Obi Cubana’s mom’s burial is the hottest gist in town since the funeral arrangements began, especially as Obi Cubana’s friends and associates came through with 346 cows, 72 goats, 20 rams, alongside containers of drinks and money donations. Not only this, but the high influx of celebrities, politicians as well as businessmen in the Oba community of Anambra State.Obi Cubana has been sharing videos, giving updates as the event progressed, right from the wake-keep till the after party and now, the church service. In the recent ones he shared, his mother’s body arrived the funeral amidst pomp and pageantry, in a gold casket. A band of horns and brass was seen playing, escorting her to a nicely dressed lying-in-state location, and then to the church where the service is currently holding at the time of this report.

Read also: Obi Cubana Splurges $100k To Put Mother’s Face On Diamond Pendant

As she lied-in-state, Obi Cubana, her second child and his siblings surrounded her, looking at the remains of their mother. Obi was heard consoling his sisters not to cry but rather celebrate the life their mother lived. According to him, she is beautiful, even in death. “Ezinne Odozi nne m, We won’t cry, we will celebrate you. Beautiful even in your sleep”, he captioned the videos.

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Obi Cubana's Mom's Body Arrives Funeral Dripping In Gold
Obi Cubana’s mom, Lady Ezinne Uche Iyiegbu
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