- Nightlife entrepreneur Obi Cubana recently surprised his employee called Rejoice
- Obi gifted the young man with a 2018 Lexus GX 460 car for a job well done
- Rejoice shared photos on his Instagram page as he thanked his boss and his wife
Despite the sad events caused by the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, the year is ending on a high note for some people.
Such is the case of a young man called Rejoice, an employee of nightlife entrepreneur Obi Cubana.
Rejoice recently took to his Instagram page to show off the huge gift he got from his generous boss. According to him, Obi Cubana gave him a 2018 Lexus GX 460 car.
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Appreciating the entrepreneur online, Rejoice said the car gift was for a job well done at one of their company's branches.
The excited young man also noted that it could only have been God who made the gift possible.
Rejoice noted that he is both humbled and grateful. He then prayed that God would replenish the pocket of his boss.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that the Lagos state government shut down Cubana nightclub.
The club was not the only business that came under the government’s hammer, other facilities in Ikeja were also shut for their failure to comply with the government’s COVID-19 protocols.
A video sighted online showed how policemen were ordering people to leave the premises with immediate effect.
Fun seekers were seen trooping out in their large numbers into the cold night of the state's capital as murmurs of disappointment rent the air. When the video surfaced online, Nigerians had a whole lot to say.
"8,000 people never contact Corona in a Day, talk more of dying....What’s ours to lockdown now and our governor is doing photoshoot when we were told he has Corona. Wetin dey sup sef?"
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Source: Legit Nigeria