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Cubana Chief Priest Reconciles with Ex Boss, Obi Cubana; Gifts him 46 cows

Nigerian socialite Pascal Chubuike Okechukwu popularly known as Cubana Chief Priest has gifted his former boss, Obi Cubana forty six (46) cows for his mum’s burial.

Cubana Chief Priest Reconciles with Ex Boss, Obi Cubana; Gifts him 46 cows

Cubana Chief Priest Reconciles with Ex Boss, Obi Cubana; Gifts him 46 cows

Nigerian businessman, Obi Cubana recently lost his mum and he is set to give her a befitting burial in Oba, Anambra State. He has been receiving lots of gifts. Latest of the gifts he received is a gift from his former employee, celebrity Bartender Cubana Chief Priest who supported his ex-boss with a trailer load of 46 cows to celebrate the occasion. This is among the several cow gifts the businessman got from friends and well-wishers. Young billionaire and businessman, Jowi Zaza also sent in ten cows, while other friends sent more in twos and threes.

Taking to his Instagram story, the businessman shared videos of the moment the cow gifts from his friends got delivered to him. The burial is to stretch from Thursday, July 15 2021 all through the weekend.

In a post shared by Mavin crew member, DJ Big N, the number of cows had increased to 246 and still counting.

He wrote:

“246 cows and counting….. who want chop meat o??? @obicubana.

Cubana Chief Priest Reconciles with Ex Boss, Obi Cubana; Gifts him 46 cows

Cubana Chief Priest and his formerly estranged boss, under whom he attained his fame and success ,seems to have let go of their differences as they were both seen singing along to Patoranking’s song, abule as the singer performs at the ceremony.

Others who had gifted Obi Cubans cows includes; Yomi Casual, Obisgallery and Kokun Foundation.  Cubana Chief Priest had in 2020 parted ways with his employed chairman of the nightclub chain, Cubana Group, Obi Cubana. He had also kicked off his own nightclub which he named De Angels Bar and Grill in Owerri, Imo State, where Cubana Group also runs a night club.

Shedding light on his exit, he had posted:

“A child is meant to grow to be greater than the father/master. Why you come dey vex??”

“I have served well N learnt so much… I need my freedom. I have so my own E no suppose cause fight nah. Well is still love forever on this side”

Obi Cubana, however, never made a statement nor reacted to the exit till date.

Joshua Ugbedeojo

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