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The Arrest of Obi Cubana will worsen insecurity in Anambra - Nigerians warn EFCC


In respect of the arrest of billionaire business, Obi Cubana by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC, Some Nigerians have warned against detaining him.

On Monday, MYNAIJAGIST reported that the Anambra born club owner and billionaire was taken to the headquarters of the EFCC at Jabi, Abuja, Monday afternoon and was interrogated by officers of the agency over alleged money laundering and tax fraud.

The report which flooded the social media on Monday night, generated reactions from alot of Nigerians as many took to their social media handles to express concern over the effect of the move on the November 6 governorship elections in Anambra State.

Recall that Obi Cubana made headlines and became the talk of the town for so many weeks in July when he hosted an ostentatious burial for his late mother in Oba, Anambra State, in which over 200 cows were reportedly slaughtered.

The lavish display of wealth set people talking, which kept many Nigerians wondering about his source of wealth.


Several celebrities, businessmen and women, including politicians turned out in large numbers for the funeral.

The popular billionaire became a role model to several Nigerian youths, including the Big Brother Naija, BBNaija 2021 winner, Whitemoney who had interest in venturing into business with the hope of becoming successful like Obi Cubana.

Some Nigerian youths who chatted with MYNAIJAGIST on Tuesday morning, said the arrest may worsen the already deteriorated security situation in Anambra State.

An On Air Personality, OAP in a popular radio station in Abuja, popular called Mr Microphone, told correspondent that the arrest is coming at a time when Obi Cubana’s state of origin is already tensed up.

He said, “This is definitely not the right time for this drama. You and I know how the business man is regarded in Anambra State with millions of supporters in the Southeast.

“If they fail to release him today, I’m not sure the governorship election will hold. This is definitely not what we are expecting from the federal government right now”.



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