Cubana Chief Priest’s 6-Year-Old Son Ventures into Hotel Business, Plans to Transform Owerri

by Adeola Adeyeye
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Nigerian businessman and club owner, Cubana Chief Priest, has proudly showcased his son Obinna’s latest venture: a hotel project.

Sharing the news on his Instagram page, Cubana expressed joy in witnessing his son’s entrepreneurial spirit at the young age of 6. He emphasized his confidence in Obinna’s success, drawing inspiration from his elder brother’s restaurant venture.

In his Instagram post, Cubana Chief Priest revealed his vision to elevate Owerri, the capital of Imo State, to the level of Lagos. He expressed his intention to replicate successful ventures seen in Lagos within Owerri, showcasing his commitment to the city’s development.

The announcement sparked a flurry of reactions online, with many marveling at the young boy’s initiative. Some expressed admiration, while others humorously reflected on their own accomplishments compared to Obinna’s at such a tender age.

This isn’t the first time Cubana Chief Priest’s sons have made headlines for their entrepreneurial endeavors. Previously, his eldest son, Donald, became one of Nigeria’s youngest CEOs at the age of 6 when he opened a fast-food restaurant, managed by his mother.

In another recent post, Cubana Chief Priest shared a heartwarming video of his son Obinna playfully vying for food with his father, emphasizing their close bond. Describing Obinna as a “Promax version” of himself, Cubana cherished such moments as priceless and highlighted the special father-son relationship they share.

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