- Cubana Cheifpriest has joined several others to dedicate a solidarity post to nightlife entrepreneur Obi Cubana following his arrest by EFCC operatives
- Chiepriest shared a photo of Cubana while adding that what doesn’t kill people like them only makes them much stronger
- His post stirred different reactions from members of the online community with many urging him to be careful
Flamboyant socialite Cubana Chiepriest has reacted to the arrest of his ‘brother’ and ex-boss, Obi Cubana, by operatives of the Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The celebrity barman took to his Instagram page with a photo of Cubana and accompanied it with a caption showing his solidarity for the businessman.
Cubana pointed out that what doesn’t kill people like them only makes them even stronger.
He added that Igbos in the country are already used to going through similar experiences. In his words:
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"What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger, we Igbo’s are used to this."
See his post below:
Chiepriest's comment stirred different reactions from his followers with many urging him to tread carefully.
Read some comments sighted below:
"Hmmm small small make dem no come carry u join."
"Chief priest b careful o. Dey are watching you."
"EFCC no they arrest for crime again now, Na who offend them or collect win there oga contract them dey invite now."
"Leave your citizens alone, not the people who are putting Us on the global map positively, not the ones helping our youths to grow #freeobicubana."
"The God's our land will fight for him."
"He's coming out stronger."
Davido shows support for Obi Cubana
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The singer took to his Instastory channel with a photo of the nightlife boss and accompanied with a caption showing his solidarity.
Davido's post came several hours after Cubana was arrested by EFCC operatives over alleged money laundering and tax invasion.
He arrived at the anti-graft agency's headquarters in Abuja for questioning on Monday, November 1.