Granted Tagbo Umeike and pop singer,
Davido, were very close friends when he (Tagbo) was alive, and even
spent his last moments on earth with the singer, the pop artiste
allegedly, could not attend the burial ceremony of the young man on
Tagbo, who allegedly died of alcohol,
was buried in his home town in Anambra State and Saturday Beats reliably
gathered that the singer was absent.
In a chat with Saturday Beats, the
brother of the deceased, Chigbo said that although his brother’s life
was cut short unexpectedly, his burial went according to plans. He said,
“My brother was buried on Friday and it is so sad that we have lost
someone with a big heart. However, Davido was not present at the burial
neither did he send a representative but at this point, we have no
comment on that.”
Chigbo seized the opportunity to clear
the air on his mother’s health. Contrary to reports that his mother has
stroke, the young man said that his mother was not afflicted with the
ailment while also describing his late brother as someone who turned
friends to brothers.
“I would also like to use this medium to
correct the notion that my mother has stroke because she doesn’t. We
saw the report online but it is not true. The burial ceremony went
well. I would miss my brother a lot because he had a big heart. He was
not only my brother but a lot of people’s brother as well. Through my
late brother, I have made a lot of friends turned brother and despite
his death, I hope to still keep these wonderful people as my brothers.
My sister in the UK came down for the burial. For now, we just finished
burying my brother and we would want the dust to settle,” Chigbo said.
It also looks like Davido, the self
acclaimed Omo Baba Olowo (OBO) has moved one as based on the pop star’s
Instagram post where he was seen striking a pose with the crown prince
of Edo State. Saturday Beats gathered that the singer had a show in the
Vice-President, Mrs. Dolapo Osinbajo, Elder Olutayo Soyode, says in
spite of his daughter’s position and the exalted office of her husband,
he dreads going to Aso Rock for a visit. He said going to the villa was
like going to jail, given the way his movement would be monitored and he
would need to sign various forms before he could go out, for security
Friday, the 74-year-old said he loved to be free and he wasn’t the...
The business mogul, Ayirimi Emami completed his traditional rites before he was conferred with the prestigious title.
The installation ceremony of Chief Ayiri Emami and the Iyatsere and
Uwangue, took place at the palace of Olu of Warri in the presence of
other high chiefs.
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Church Worldwide, otherwise known as Winners’ Chapel, on Friday
chronicled his escape from a recent incident that could have led to a
crash of the plane that he was travelling in.
testimony read out to the congregation by a church member during a
thanksgiving service at the Canaanland headquarters of the church in
Ota, Ogun State.