The popular Nigerian entrepreneur, philanthropist, entertainer, and king of nightlife, Obi Iyiegbu, popularly known as Obi Cubana, has said ”Wealth comes through hard work, and not “native doctor” or “miracle.”
The 46-year-old businessman urged people to desist from thinking that wealth must come through illegal and spiritual means. He had never been involved in any unlawful business, he said “No be everything we you dey see today work-o, some no work. Some we put hand, we lost money.” He said in Pidgin English.
With the ‘Naira rain’ at his mother’s burial in Oba, a town in the Idemili South Local Government Area of Anambra State. Obi Cubana has been the rave of the moment where celebrities, business people and politicians spray money indiscriminately during a concert held after the interment of the deceased.
As many raised eyebrows concerning his extravagant display of wealth, he said ”wealth comes through hard work, and not “native doctor” or “miracle”. He made this known in an exclusive interview with BBC Pidgin.
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