Controversial Nollywood actor Uche Maduagwu has dragged Nigerian billionaire businessman Obinna Iyiegbu, popularly called Obi Cubana, over his mother’s burial which has remained the most talked-about recent event in the country.
In a post shared on Instagram, Uche Maduagwu questioned Obi Cubana if he had ever spent half of the money sprayed during the burial at any of his mother’s birthdays.
The actor also pointed out the penalty for people who spray Nigerian currency, stating they risky a six months jail term but, Obi Cubana, since after the incident, has been walking freely.
Uche Maduagwu added that Obi Cubana claims to be wealthy. Still, the road leading to the venue of his mother’s burial has remained untarred, and there are numerous substandard primary schools in Oba, Anambra State.
He wrote: Dear Obi, abeg did u spend half of what was SPRAYED at Oba on any of your mums #birthdays wen she dey alive? Hmmm… jesus wept. Anyways, i am just a celeb, wetin i know?
According to section 21 of the CBN act, 2007, a person who spray the #Naira risk imprisonment for a term not less than six months but why are the billionaires who sprayed money at #Obatown still walking #like kings on the street?
Cubana oga claim to be WEALTHY yet the road to where he did his mama burial remain untarred, so many primary #schools in oba no get roof, not even boreholes for clean water maybe his own billions na only for #party not oba development.
Star actress, Mide Martins has finally replied critics who have queried her for abandoning her late Mother, Funmi Martins' grave for the past 20 years.
Kemi Filani recalls that in February a popular blog (gistlover) called her out for abandoning her younger brother and many were disappointed, but the issue was sorted and she did a video seeking for the custody of her brother, so she can take care of him.
Just when we thought everything has been resolved, a veteran U.S. based actress, Ashabi Olorisha called her out few days ago.
This time around, not just for abandoning her younger brother, but also her late mum’s graveyard and the entire family.
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Isreal DMW, the personal logistics manager to Nigerian singer David Adeleke popularly called Davido, has revealed that he cannot use money in exchange for the love he has for his boss.
Isreal DMW stated this as he takes time out of his busy schedule to answer some questions about his life and his boss, Davido.
A fan had questioned him if he can kill Davido in exchange for thirty billion Naira.
Responding to this, Isreal DMW said that not even ten trillions could make him kill his boss, Davido.
See the conversation below:
Fan asked: Can you kill David for 30billion
Isreal replied: Not even 10 trillion...
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"Eyimofe” (“This Is My Desire”), the debut feature from co-directors (and twin brothers) Arie and Chuko Esiri, is a heartrending and hopeful portrait of everyday human endurance in Nigeria, West Africa. The film traces the journeys of two distantly connected strangers at the bottom of the socioeconomic ladder.
Shot on richly textured 16mm, the film is a vivid snapshot of life in contemporary, colorful, chaotic Lagos, the largest city in the country, whose social fabric is captured in all its vibrancy and complexity. It’s also a tale that was inspired by the filmmakers’ own journey.
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