Cubana Chief Priest, the Nigerian socialite, has claimed Flavour N’abania, the highlife singer, moved his father’s burial from Anambra to Enugu state due to insecurity. 


On Saturday, Flavour held the burial ceremony of Benjamin Onyemaechi Okoli who passed on last month.

The singer hosted some of his celebrity colleagues and friends in Enugu.

Cubana who attended the event disclosed that the burial ceremony was supposed to be held in Umunze, Anambra state.


Flavour was born in Enugu but his family is originally from Umunze in Orumba South LGA, Anambra,

In an Instagram post, Cubana alleged that the insecurity in Anambra led to the shift of the ceremony to Enugu.

The nightlife promoter also called on south-easterners to work together to address the issue of insecurity in the region, adding that “we cannot destroy our own because we are being marginalised”.


“This Amazing Funeral Was Supposed To Be Happening In Umunze Anambara State But Here We Are In Enugu Managing It. Umunne We Need To Come Together And Fix This, It’s No Longer interesting. We Cannot Destroy Our Own Because We Are Being Marginalized. We Must Uphold Our Glory By Going Back To Our Peaceful Nature,” he wrote.

“We Can Only Fight Back If Home Is In Order For Proper Planning. If This Continues That Means They Have Succeeded In Disorganizing Us. Oga Adicha Mma, Nke Di Na Iru Ka. RIP Papa Ijele Igbo Nile, Papa Muru African Royalty @2niteflavour Ebube Agu Na Eche Agu. Were Okwu M Hapu Omume M.”


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Earlier in the week, Cubana revealed that he relocated his business to Lagos from the south-east due to insecurity.


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