By David Nsa And Deborah Obot
According to a statement made available to our newsroom, Opube said, “What may have been an electrical fault resulted in the destruction of over 25 years of irreplaceable intellectual property, recording equipment and the destruction of part of the building itself.
“Everything is gone, it’s hard to know we’re to start from. Friends advised me to start the Go Fund Me campaign to raise money for equipment and repairs.
“Thanks to those who reach out to already, and the Ediba community who saved the rest of the building, I thank this team from the bottom of my heart, it’s a priceless experience and I thank God for making me pass through this”. The CEO said.
He concluded by telling his fans not to worry that his work still lives on “a tiny bit of my work still lives online on YouTube search for Opubo Braide.“
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