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Obi Cubana Advices Youths Following IVD’s Wife Tragic Death

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Billionaire businessman, Obinna Oyiegbu popularly called Obi Cubana, has joined Nigerians to react to the sad death of Bimbo Ogbonna, wife of Ikechukwu Ogbonna, the celebrity car dealer better known as IVD.

Naija News reports that Bimbo’s death was announced by her sister in an Instagram post on Saturday, October 15, 2022.

Her death came after she and her husband got into a scuffle, which resulted in her setting herself ablaze at their home in Lekki, Lagos.

She was rushed to the hospital where she was pronounced dead on Saturday morning.

Bimbo’s death sparked outrage amongst Nigerians who condemned outrightly the domestic violence she reportedly endured while she was alive.

Reacting to that, Obi Cubana admonished young people to never raise their hands on a fellow human being no matter the situation.

He urged them to swallow their pride and walk away, so they can live to tell the stories.

“Dear Youth!!! Today, I’m here to offer advice. Whatever the circumstance, Whatever the situation, NEVER you raise your hands on a fellow human!!! Wife; Husband; Boyfriend; Girlfriend; Child; House help; Staff; WHOEVER!!! Be a “coward”…..walk away!!! Be the “loser”……walk away!!! Be the “weak one”……walk away!!! Domestic violence is a NO NO!!! Office or workplace violence or abuse is a NO NO!!! Nobody deserves to be ever raised hands upon……NOBODY!!!! Hold your anger, swallow your pride. Walk away!!! We are here in this world temporarily, to enjoy! We don’t need the pain, we don’t need the agony! Use the energy positively, share love!!! Walk away from toxic people; Walk away from toxic environment; Walk away from toxic situations!! He/she who stays alive, tells a story….. Listen to this, thank me later!!!” he wrote on his verified Instagram.



Chukwuani Victoria is an entertainment and lifestyle journalist who's passionate about storytelling with years of experience in the industry. She holds a BSC in Biology and also obtained a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Ogba, Lagos. She likes to read, research, hang out with her friends and play scrabbles.