Obi Cubana Clears Air Over Alleged Rituals

A few days after given her mother a talk of the town burial in Oba, Anambra State, a famous Nigerian socialite Obi Iyiegbu, also known as Obi Cubana, has cleared the air over speculations linking his wealth to rituals.

During an interview after the much talked about burial ceremony, Cubana revealed how he made his first million, noting that there is no shortcut to success, as assumed by some people.

Cubana revealed that he got his breakthrough when he made his first million naira after his National Youth Service Corps, NYSC program in Abuja.

The socialite explained that someone introduced him to the real estate business during his stay in Abuja, where he met a client who wanted to furnish a house, after which he was gifted N500,000 and made over N600,000 in profits for the job.

Cubana revealed that he later joined contract work in Abuja, signed a contract with PPMC, made a little money, and then bought a Mercedes V-boot. He said the money was invested in a garden beer parlour before establishing Cubana Group.

Obi Cubana

Obi Cubana Clears Air Over Alleged Rituals
Obi Cubana and his wife.

Meanwhile, he urged Nigerian youths to desist from seeking wealth through illegal means, adding that he does not have soap to cut for anyone.

Obi Cubana explained that the burial was the talk of the town because he promised to celebrate his late mother’s 80th birthday before she died, hence, the reason for organizing a talk of the town burial ceremony for her.

You will recall that many Nigerian celebrities including singer Davido, Phyno, D Banj, Kanayo O Kanayo, Cubana Chief Priest and many others

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