Cubana Chief Priest, formally known as Chibuike Paschal Okechukwu, is well-known in Nigeria for his involvement in a variety of businesses. The socialite, who is well-known for publicly displaying and flaunting his riches on social media, recently posted some new photos about his company.
He can be seen making a phone call and standing next to a large truck loaded with a large number of cars in the shot, and based on the appearance of the images and the captions, the cars appear to be newly imported.
Below are examples of Cubana Chief inspecting the vehicles.
However, it was the caption of the photo that drew my attention, as it contained a powerful and positive message from the celebrity. According to him, one of the reasons he is involved in so many companies is his fear of being bad, and I believe this is one of the wisest messages I have ever seen.
Some people assume that this man's main business is nightclubs, but they are mistaken. In reality, if you haven't been informed before, you should know that one source of income cannot possibly make someone wealthy, which is why having several sources of income is recommended.
Surprisingly, several of the socialite's devoted fans have responded to the images and the embedded post. Take a look at what some of them had to say in the video below.
I hope that God continues to bless the celebrity's hustle.
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