Chief Priest of Cubana Attends Event Without Throwing Money (Images, Videos)

Pascal Chibuike Okechukwu, a Nigerian businessman who is also referred to as Cuba’s Chief Priest, was given permission to take another leave of absence after his experience at the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC).

After joining the EFCC, the well-known bartender who was well-known for his fondness for throwing money around parties has implemented a new system.

Cuba’s top priest was present at a wedding ceremony on Saturday, and the businessman was seen not pouring cash during the celebration in recordings that have gone viral. To avoid becoming a transsexual, Bobrisky, Cubana had contrived a switch to the musician, who shouted his praises throughout the occasion.

View some remarks below.

Salman actually wrote, “You can squirt off camera.”

“You can’t bully Nigerians without fun and lifestyle,” one Myitts wrote. Every time, we manage to

Someone wrote: “Everyone learned the hard way.” Naija Barbie.

Following his father’s relocation, one Avix Zavior wrote:

“A government after God,” wrote one Y Pozza.

As said by One Yung Blaze121: “Arrest them for transfer mutilation.”

Kennedy Asuzu wrote: “Purchase money and just spray

“They want to ruin things for this country,” commented one De Vibe30 user.

“You can spray cash with the feeling that the musician should have a boat to spray into and not spray all over the floor,” wrote Baba Apena Ifagbemi.

on Wednesday revealed that the EFCC had charged the chief priest with several counts, including mutilating Naira. Pascal entered a not guilty plea to the accusations of naira misuse before Judge Kehinde Ogundare of the Lagos Federal High Court. N10 million was given as bail for the well-known bartender.

Following his release, Cubana boasted about his popularity and said that money is nothing more than water while posting a picture of himself and thanking people who checked on him. He received notes from people like Davido, Mercy Eke, IK Ogbonna, Isreal DMW, and others.

Speaking before the committee, the Chief Priest of Cubana advised Nigerians to just stop and reply, saying there was no need for them to flee when the EFCC invited them.

The businessman disclosed that breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served in their cell, which also has a bed, toilet, and bathroom. Inquiring as to why and for how long people would run, he continued, “EFCC is for big men, and for me, it’s a status symbol.”

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