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Obi Cubana Finally Breaks Silence On Being A Ritualist

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Following the flagrant opulence displayed at the funeral of popular Nigerian businessman Obi Cubana’s late mother which took place at Oba, Anambra State, Cubana has granted a new interview clearing the misconception about his wealth.

Recall that Obi Cubana buried his mother during the early hours of Friday, July 16, and guests who travelled from far and wide joined him for the after-party which was indeed a celebration of the life of the businessman’s late mum.

Videos from the event that have now gone viral on social media captured top celebrities like E-Money, Kcee, Ui Franklin, Kanayo O.Kanayo, Alex Ekubo and Cubana Chiefpriest among others who all showed up to support the man of the day amidst spraying of bundles of cash never seen before.

Speaking to the BBC, Obi Cubana, real name Obinna Iyiegbu said his ability to help others financially is one of the secrets that has sustained his own wealth over the years.

He said;

I want to state this clearly, I am not the talking type or Social media interest-free person. Many have questioned the type of boys and friends I have, to me,

I hardly address anyone as my boy because we are all boys to God Almighty.

I don’t have any boy who is into rituals, if you are my boy or my man because I like to address my boys as my men, it means you are working hard and you made your money in a clean way.

In 2013, I pushed 53 uneducated Oba boys into the market to learn to trade. In 2017, I withdrew all of them from their Ogas and settled all of them with 3million Naira each, and paid for their shops.

I linked 40 of them into importation and made them use my name and platform to import goods into the country. After two years, I checked on them how they were doing and find out some had issues and I supported them again to stand.

I am happy today that out of the 53 men, 38 are billionaires while the rest are in the level of a millionaire.
In 2018, I took 100 educated men out of the streets and introduced them to the white men for business, and today there are billionaires in dollars.

They also help me in their capacity when I require their help.

All their friends both Nigeria and outside patronises me. I am into hotel and club business and I have so many businesses I am brand ambassadors to. I have alliance with spirit drinks and wines, I am brand to many businesses in the world.

It gives me joy to see my men do well, non of my hotel managers in Nigeria can small poverty, I encourage them to raise others from their local communities. I have never sacked a worker due to misconduct, I bring you in and speak to you the way you will understand.

I have this understanding that we should allow the stubborn people to exist and cool headed people to exist and we make use of them when their needs arises. I don’t believe in the supremacy of power rather I believe in the fare share of power and authority and allow everyone to feel belonged.

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Ghana Music Industry Not Fair To Upcoming Musicians : King Cudjoe

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HipHop/ Rapper/Afro pop artist King Cudjoe Seems to be very worried about How Up and Rising Artists in Ghana Struggle before they get recognition In the Music industry.

In an interview with Accra Fm Entertainment Host Kojo Preko on their Popular Entertainment Segment “Entertainment Capital “ King Cudjoe Stated clearly that there are a lot of great talents on the Streets Who are doing everything possible to make it through music.

He again lamented that the music Industry in Ghana is very tough on upcoming talents . He further claimed that their posts on social media handles become redundant since they don’t have the numbers.

He pleaded with the mainstream artists Like Sarkodie, Stonebwoy and Shatta wale to reach out to the upcoming musicians once.

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GTV Rebrands “Breakfast Show”; Announces New Hosts

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Ghana’s premier television network, GTV (Ghana Television), has taken a very big leap with a facelift of their morning show on screen.

The “Breakfast Show” on Friday, July 30, 2021 announced renowned cum seasoned Media Personality Kafui Dey, along with 2 seasoned TV Personalities, Valerie Danso and Thelma Tackie as new hosts of Ghana’s longest serving morning show on TV. The announcement which came as a big surprise to viewers also outdoored a plush ultra-modern studio set up and equipment by GTV to aid effective dissemination of information across varied spheres. The Team has also secured modern technology in live broadcast via their online platforms across social media with up-to-the-minute personnel taking on different tasks to match up new media.

The new GTV “Breakfast Show” comes with 4 main segments — “The Newspaper Review”, “Social Media Eye”, “Sports” and “Your World”. All these will be run with finely curated content hosted by all 3 from 6:00am to 9:00am every weekday (Monday to Friday). The segments are well designed to discuss issues pertaining to politics, socio-economic, religious, arts, culture and a plethora of meaningful circles.

Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, which remains the country’s giant network currently boasts of 7 operating TV Channels and at least 33 Radio frequencies with 18 owned Radio Stations across nationwide. The giant media network creeps beyond English broadcast and has spread its tentacles to cover at least 25 Ghanaian (local) languages on their respective networks nationwide.

“Breakfast Show” in its inception had Veterans, Earl Ankrah and Akushika Acquaye as maiden hosts, and then went through different seasoned personalities till Kafui, Thelma and Valerie have taken up the baton now.

Below are some exclusive images from their official announcement on Friday morning, July 30, 2021. Prince Mombin took the photos for @GBCOnline (on Instagram).

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Family Of Moesha Buduong Releases Statement

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The family of Moesha Buduong have issued a statement in relation to the ongoing issues on social media concerning their daughter.

In the statement to the media and netizens, they asked that people give Moesha a break because everyone has a past, present and future same applies to their daughter.

According to them, no matter what their daughter has done or where she has been to, there is always a time where one can get a change of mind or come to a realization that they have done bad and want to change.

It continued that their daughter has gotten to that stage and they believe it’s time people stop spreading rumours and sharing audios on social media and allow their daughter to heal.

Read the full statement below.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CR53V21psjU/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

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