Are They In competition? – Chiefpriest’s Son Becomes CEO After Obi Cubana Announced His Son’s Clothing Line

Are They In competition? - Chiefpriest's Son Becomes CEO After Obi Cubana Announced His Son's Clothing Line -TSZ NAIJA
Are They In competition? - Chiefpriest's Son Becomes CEO After Obi Cubana Announced His Son's Clothing Line

Cubana ChiefPriest, a Nigerian businessman and club owner has announced that his 6-year-old son, Donald, is Nigeria’s youngest CEO as he unveils restaurant.

The 6-year-old has started his own fast-food restaurant, which will be supervised by mother, Cubana chiefpriest’s wife, he said.

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Chiefpriest showed joy in his son while sharing the exciting news on his Instagram page with a video of the launch.

Congratulating him, he mentioned how they did it again.

“My son Donald CEO at 6. Big congratulations, real homie. We did it again in @djkhaled voice. Another one. Donald’s 24hrs Fast Food by @_deangels Now Open”.

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Reactions trailed this announcement as many are wondering if there is a sort of competition between Cubana Chief Priest former Boss, Obi Cubana.

TSZ NAIJA recalls that last month, Obi Cubana and his wife celebrated their son who unveiled a clothing brand.

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The duo’s business relationship had soured after Cubana Chief Priest reportedly told Obi Cubana that he was no longer interested in being a part of the Cubana Group, which owns several nightclubs in Nigeria.

As a result, Cubana Chief Priest now owns and operates De Angels, a nightclub in Owerri, Imo State.

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This is said to have strained relations between him and his former boss, Obi Cubana, who unfollowed him on Instagram.

With this development, people are wondering if the two businessmen are now in competition.

 

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