Uche Jombo, a Nollywood actress and film producer, has lambasted critics of the guests who sprayed millions of Naira and spent lavishly at Obi Cubana’s mother’s burial ceremony.
According to the veteran actress, her family made their fortune from selling imported stock fish. Therefore, people should stop questioning the source of income of hardworking millionaire’s and billionaire’s who choose to spray their hard-earned money in events.
Uche Jombo tweeted;
“Selling stock fish Imported from Norway made my family in Aba Abia state. Not every Igbo millionaire or billionaire MONEY has K leg ….
“Some people are generational hard working men, regular hard working men, I’m not understanding what I’m reading on this TL based on…”
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Few comments on her post reads:
“@uchejombo I hope you also believe that, the successful importation of those stock fish from Norway, can also be made possible by performing ritual?…See eeh, there are ways people go about these things. So, leave matter. We know.”
“The truth is dat….. The Reason why Nigeria don’t want the Igbo tribe to get Biafra is because they know dat the Igbo’s are the pillars of this nation…. Check all the industrious markets in Nigeria like tradefair complex, vespa market, odu ade, Onitsha main market, Alaba etc..”
“No hardworking man would lavish money like that, shey Dangote no be hardworking man ni? He won’t lavish money like those guys.”
“It’s simple mama, if e easy make them replicate am…Am yoruba…Only poor people judge rich people…Igbo haters Better go and read “Secrets of the millionaire mind” to be free from hating the rich.
“Guess what you can’t become what you despise…I bless what I want.”
“Abiriba people have the highest number of Millionares per capita in Igbo. They are very hard working people and they don’t usually make noise.”
“I think people are missing the point. This isn’t a case of THEM against us but I think it’s about the negative effects some actions will have on the mind of the average Nigerian youth. Poverty is on an all time high in Nigeria. I see people dey struggle to pick money, na POVERTY!