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Why Lagos Society Ladies should allow Kenebi Okoko to Rest in Peace

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Why Lagos Society Ladies should allow Kenebi Okoko to Rest in Peace

Why Lagos Society Ladies should allow Kenebi Okoko to Rest in Peace
May 15
14:02 2020

Friends and family of Kenebi Okoko, the Bayelsa born billionaire who died recently after a botched tummy tuck surgery at a popular hospital in Lekki are still grieving his loss. For a lot of people, he was a raison d’être to be alive; their mainstay; their joy and the embodiment of solution to all their earthly pursuits and problems.

His sudden death was a shocker for those who knew him. Left to hold and cherish are the good times, his effervescent nature and memories of how well he lived his life. 

Alas, there is a simmering and sordid gossip threatening the peace of the dead and the living. In the last few days, the blogosphere has been aflame as some bloggers have pinned the unfortunate demise of Okoko on Akunna Nwala of the popular hairline outfit, Kuku’shair. Gorgeous Akunna, a mother of one, also owns Kuku’s Luxury Hair Salon and Spa and Daryl Teatox, a detox tea outfit which she co-owns with a friend. 

As the story goes, Akunna and Keneibi were chummy and they enjoyed each other’s company and confidence. It was alleged that she introduced Keneibi to the hospital where he did the fatal surgery. The said story has generated a lot of ruckus on social media as Akunna has reportedly told those closest to her that she didn’t even know he was going for a surgery. The stunning entrepreneur has refused to speak out about what she knows because she claims to still be mourning the untimely death of her dear friend.

Keneibi, the son of Prof. Kimse Okoko, a notable Ijaw scholar and leader, was a godson to former President Goodluck Jonathan, a relationship he parlayed into making monumental wealth while the latter was in office. He ran unsuccessfully for the governorship seat of Bayelsa State but was comforted by the fact that he still had age on his side. Keneibi died at 42 on April 15. 

But it is not only rumours of the circumstances surrounding his death that his memory has to deal with; it is already being peddled that his beautiful wife is going through a tough time with the family over his assets but everything is hush-hush yet. As if that were not enough, his all-white mansion in Ikoyi has lost its shine and spark as it is now like a ghost town. Only his expensive wonders on wheels neatly parked in the compound give the place a semblance of life. Gloom seems overhung in the house, understandably. 

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