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    Customer’s death: Obi Cubana reopens club two weeks after closure

    Socialite and businessman, Obinna Iyiegbu, aka Obi Cubana, has reopened his Abuja club, Hustle & Bustle, after two weeks of closure following the death of a customer.

    The club, via its Instagram page on Saturday announced its reopening, as an event is set to take place at the venue on Saturday night.

    The announcement e-flier read, “We are back. We are open to serve you better.”

    As caption, the club wrote, “We are back with only one purpose; to serve you better. Drop by and share in the experience.”

    On the 14th of November, 2021, the club, which is co-owned by Obi Cubana, was shut down following the death of a client.

    Two days ago, the club revealed that the customer, who was simply identified as Susan, tripped and fell.

    The club in a statement signed by its management and posted on its Instagram account noted that contrary to news that made rounds, the young lady’s death was not caused by electrocution in the club, instead, she ‘tripped and fell’. Ever since the tragic incident, the club has been shut.

    Moreso, the management of Hustle and Bustle noted that they had kept mum on the situation for two reasons which were that they were mourning with the family of the deceased and also awaiting the outcome of the police investigation.

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