Recently, the controversial figure known as Bobrisky provided a list of requirements for individuals wishing to attend his father’s memorial service.
His father passed away in the beginning of August, prompting him to postpone his yearly birthday party and instead arrange a lavish burial in order to pay tribute to his memories.
While Bobrisky has expressed his intention to host an opulent funeral, he has also made it clear that individuals from the lower socioeconomic strata of Nigeria will not be among the attendees. To gain access to the event, he has established certain prerequisites.
One of these prerequisites originally stipulated that attendees must present him with a minimum of 200,000 naira in cash.
However, he has since modified this requirement, removing the cash contribution element.
This adjustment reflects a change in the criteria for attending his father’s funeral, indicating a shift in his approach to the event’s guest list.