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Family Of Lady Electrocuted At Obi Cubana’s Club Finally Opens Up

The family of the lady that was electrocuted at the club belonging to billionaire businessman, Obinna Iyiegbu, popularly known as Obi Cubana, has reacted to her death.

Anaedoonline.ng had earlier reported that the club was shut down on Monday following the death of the female clubber who was electrocuted.

In a statement released by Lamar Oleghe, on behalf of the Oleghe’s family, noted that it is reacting following erroneous and callous posts being carried on social media.

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Oleghe described the posts online as unacceptable, callous and reprehensible.

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He further stated that the family of the lady has not taken a decision on its next step as they are still grieving the loss of the clubber.

Oleghe urged Nigerians to respect their privacy as they mourn and grieve their loss.

He wrote, “It is beyond callous and reprehensible to upload the pictures and name of the deceased without the consent of her family members. This is highly unacceptable.

“The continuous circulation of the watered down and abridged versions of the events that led to the deceased demise and aftermath of her tragic death failed to capture the magnitude and essence of this truly unfortunate debacle.

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“With that being said, the bereaved family thanks the public for its unequivocal support and in the same vein, would like the public to respect privacy during these trying times.

“Considering the magnitude of our unbearable loss and the weight of the issue. We are deliberating on the necessary steps and actions to take with the memory of our beloved daughter and sister in mind, the appropriate authorities are on top of the matter and so are we. When a resolution is reached, we will communicate our decision to the public.”

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