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Obi Cubana: Go after bandits, terrorist sponsors not businessmen at burial – HURIWA tells CBN

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The Human Rights Writers Affiliation of Nigeria, HURIWA, has cautioned the Central Financial institution of Nigeria, CBN, in opposition to going after associates and allies of billionaire businessman, Obinna Iyiegbu, popularly referred to as Obi Cubana.

HURIWA’s Nationwide Coordinator, Emmanuel Onwubiko mentioned CBN ought to go away those that abused the naira in the course of the burial of Obi Cubana’s mom.

Onwubiko mentioned the CBN ought to expose these funding banditry and armed Fulani militias as an alternative of going after Obi Cubana and his associates.

In an announcement, the activist mentioned the spraying of naira at Obi Cubana’s occasion shouldn’t be a problem as a result of there are different occasions the place the naira is abused.

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He mentioned: “The truth that associates and well-wishers who attended the occasion determined to indicate appreciation to Mr Obi Cubana, we within the Human Rights Writers Affiliation Of Nigeria, assume it mustn’t develop into the speaking level.

“The Central Financial institution of Nigeria beneath the present dispensation ought to fairly be tasked by the media to confront the way more disturbing problem of how terrorism is funded and the way armed kidnappers made up of Fulani militia within the North perform their terrorism-related actions.”

Obi Cubana had over the weekend buried his mom in Oba, Anambra State.

The speak of the city burial noticed allies of the hospitality and nightlife king spraying cash with reckless abandon.

Their motion led to insinuations that the billionaire businessman and his associates made their cash by means of rituals.

Nevertheless, Obi Cubana dismissed such insinuations, stressing that his associates are exhausting working businessmen.

Their motion was opposite to the rule on dealing with of the naira laid down by the CBN.

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