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SHOCKING! ! Meet The Man Who Brought The Most Expensive Car To Obi Cubana's Mom's Burial

Olamide Gbolahan

July. 19, 2021

Obi Cubana and Anambra citizens as a whole had a good time last week, as he successfully celebrated his mother' s funeral.
Remember how Cubana Chief Priest, along with a slew of other millionaires, caused a sensation when he donated a trailer full of cows? Some of them arrived with large sums of money in order to spray the celebrant. As a result of this opulent start. Many people anticipated that when the Cubana Chief priest arrived for the burial service in his beautiful car, he would be the talk of the town. Despite the public outcry, the Cubana Chief priest was pictured driving his regular Jeep.
Jowi Zaza, a Nigerian multi- millionaire, was the man who brought the scene to a halt with his Lamborghini Huracan. It just so happened to be the most expensive car on display at the funeral.
The 2020 Lamborghini Huracan EVO 2dr Coupe AWD is the most affordable Lamborghini Huracan (5. 2L 10cyl 7AM). It has a Manufacturer' s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of around $261, 274 after destination charges. This equates to about 150 million Naira.
For his personality, this was a big honor. Despite the fact that several billionaires attended the funeral, his car easily outperformed theirs.
Zaza, on the other hand, keeps a low profile.
The Igbo billionaire, who was born in Anambra State, is 35 years old. Jowi Zaza, whose legal name is Joseph Eze Okafor Jnr, is the CEO of Jezco Oil and Jezco Lubricants, a multibillion- dollar oil and gas conglomerate formed by his father, Joseph Eze Okafor (Snr. ) in the 1970s.
It' s speculated that he was able to bring his best car because he lives there, as opposed to other billionaires who flew in from all over Nigeria. Do you think his car is the most expensive? Let us know what you think in the comments area below.
Money Rains At Obi Cubana Mum' s Burial Rites
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