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Few Lessons Every Nigerian Should Learn From What Happened At Obi Cubana’s Mother’s Funera Ceremony

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As Anambra State stages one of the largest funeral rites in Africa today, the Igbos have demonstrated that they are capable of accomplishing the seemingly impossible.

 

Obi Cubana, a multi-millionaire businessman, entrepreneur, show organizer, and full-fledged Igbo guy, is currently organizing the funeral of his mother, Ezinne Iyiebu, who died in December 2020. The burial is shaping up to be a big one, based on what has happened so far. Kanayo o. Kanayo, Ubi Franklin, Emeka Okonkwo, and others were among the notable men and women who attended.

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As his friends and colleagues demonstrate their support for him, fleets of exotic cars, private jets, and presents have arrived in the state.

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The Igbos should not be underestimated for the following reasons.

The Igbos are hardworking people: the Igbos are known for accumulating wealth quietly and only blowing their horns when absolutely necessary. Men like Obi Cubana are known for accumulating wealth quietly and only blowing their horns when absolutely necessary. An Igbo man could be a multimillionaire and still go about his daily activities without displaying his wealth.

The Igbos are a unified people that are always supportive of one another.

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One of the Igbos’ most distinguishing characteristics is their affection for one another; they never allow envy to come between them. A traditional Igbo man sees his brother’s predicament as his own and will stick by him through thick and thin without expecting anything in return. Obi Cubana would not have been able to carry up such a large-scale burial service without the help of his friends and allies, both financially and emotionally.

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Obi Cubana, who lost his mother in December, has received gifts totaling millions of dollars from his rich pals. A huge number of cows, 246 in total, are among the gifts. His backyard has been transformed into a cow ranch.

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One of his closest companions, the Cubana High Priest, reportedly surprised him by giving him 46 cows solely for the funeral of his mother. The Igbos have demonstrated that they are not the stingy people that they have been stereotyped to be.

 

They are determined and resilient; the good are known for their perseverance; nothing can stop them from accomplishing their goals, whether it’s becoming a multi-millionaire by selling clothes and shoes or hosting a funeral party that will be the talk of the town and remembered for all time.

The Igbos have proved that they are a people who should not be overlooked.

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