Cubana chief Priest advise South East in Enugu during Flavour Dad’s burial

Highlife singer Flavour decided to perform his father’s funeral rites in Enugu instead of their ancestral home in Anambra because of the ongoing insecurity in the South East, according to well-known socialite and celebrity bartender Pascal Okechukwu, better known by his stage name Cubana Chiefpriest.

Chief Priest, one of the notable individuals that joined Flavour on Saturday, June 8, to pay their final respects to his father, bemoaned the security issues facing the southeast region of the nation.

In a heartfelt message to Southeasterners, the barman urged them to unite to tackle the insecurity that has disrupted communities.

He stressed that people from the Southeast region must not destroy their homeland in response to marginalization.

The chief priest noted that succumbing to such actions only serves to fulfil the aims of those who seek to disorganize and destabilize the South East.

Sharing a video from Flavour’s father’s burial after-party, the chief priest wrote in part:

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