Obi Cubana Gives Details of Hotel Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Stayed in Lagos, Hails Its Owner

Obi Cubana Gives Details of Hotel Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Stayed in Lagos, Hails Its Owner

  • Nigerian businessman Obi Cubana shared more exciting details about the hotel Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stayed during their time in Lagos
  • Recall that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were invited by Nigeria's chief of defence staff on a 3-day visit
  • The celebrity entrepreneur appreciated the owner of the hotel where the British couple stayed after the lovebirds gave a review of their hospitality

Nigerian businessman Obinna Tochuukwu Iyiegbu, best known as Obi Cubana, shared more insights about the plush hotel Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stayed during their visit to Lagos, Nigeria.

Recall that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex came on a three-day visit to Africa's largest nation for the first time after being invited by Nigeria's chief of defence staff.

Obi Cubana hails hotel Prince Harry and Meghan stayed in
Obi Cubana appreciates owner of hotel Prince Harry and Meghan stayed in. Legit: @obicubana, @thedelborough
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On their first day, they received a red carpet welcome complete with cultural dancers following their arrival in the Nigerian capital of Abuja. There, the Duke and his wife kicked off a multi-day mental health summit at Lightway Academy.

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Obi Cubana proudly shared a video of their stay at Delborough Lagos, one of the fanciest hotels in Lagos.

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With a clip documenting their arrival, the tycoon conveyed his appreciation to the royal couple and praised his friend Dr Uzochukwu Stanley for establishing such a magnificent enterprise.

He wrote:

"That's how we hosted The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at our luxurious @thedelborough yesterday! Need we say more?? We are the Number 1 luxury hotel in Africa presently......yes! @stanleyuzochukwu my brother with the Midas touch."

Prince Harry also expressed satisfaction with the 5-star hotel and highlighted that its " hospitality is second to none."

Meghan added to her husband's appraisal and acknowledged that "the attention to detail at The Delborough Lagos is empirical."

See Obi Cubana's post below:

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Reactions trail Obi Cubana's post

Legit.ng compiled the reactions below:

ceanyacho:

"I'm sure Harry and Meghan will be looking forward to meeting young people. However there are none in sight."

kingsley_234:

"Let all the Arochukwu people gather here. Let's welcome our own Ada Mazi!!"

angelaanthony300:

"I love my country they know how to welcome a rich person."

skinny_gjay:

"This is so emotional so beautiful, the beads on their necks and the African printed handed to them. Lovely faces I saw here."

belike_arab:

"@obi_cubana @thedelborough @stanleyuzochukwu una don take this odogwu business pass our level oo… Omo, as I no go school idk another magnificent word to use if not “NopNotch” keep going up my brothers."

thechoice9ja:

"Imagine the look on the faces of our ancestors. As we celebrate our colonial masters grandchildren. They will weep for us we think God save Africa."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Prince Harry and Meghan were in West Africa for the first time on May 10, 2024, and kicked off their visit to Nigeria.

Meghan, who recently opened up about being 43% Nigerian, and her husband's trip marked 10 years of the Invictus Games, which Nigeria joined for the first time last year.

In a recent development, Legit.ng also reported that Harry and Meghan Markle caused a stir in the Nigerian social media space over their arrival in the country.

Proofreading by Nkem Ikeke, journalist and copy editor at Legit.ng.

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