Cubana Chiefpriest is a popular Nigerian celebrity who is known for his luxury lifestyle. He was at Old Trafford yesterday alongside Davido to watch the game between Manchester United and Atalanta. He has however revealed that the three players he snapped with, will be coming to Nigeria in December. He made this known after he uploaded the photos on his instagram page and said it in his caption. He added that they will be attending the 2nd year anniversary of his night club in Delta state, so Nigerians should be ready.
1) Paul Pogba
Paul Pogba is a Manchester United footballer. He is known to be a fan of Nigerian music, as he follows some Nigerian musicians on instagram already. Pogba is also known to love having fun, so it may not be too hard for him to actually come to Nigeria.
2) Eric Bailly
Eric Bailly is also a Manchester United defender. He was also spotted with Cubana Chiefpriest, and he seem to even recognise him as they related like friends in a short video. If truly Cubana Chiefpriest will be bringing them to Nigeria, this may be the first time he will be visiting Nigeria even though he is from Africa.
3) Raheem Sterling
Raheem Sterling is an English footballer. Unlike the other two, Sterling plays for Manchester City. One of Cubana Chiefpriest's friends that they went to Manchester together, made a video where he was asking Sterling when he will be visiting Nigeria. He then replied him that very soon.
What are your thoughts about this, do you think they can truly visit Nigeria this December? Drop a comment below.
(Photo credit: instagram)
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