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Obi Cubana: Police order autopsy on lady electrocuted at Club

Obi Cubana, Chairman of the Cubana Group of Companies seem to have landed in fresh trouble as a lady was said to have been allegedly electrocuted in his Club in Abuja on Saturday, November 13.


The FCT police command has ordered for an autopsy to be carried out on the body of the lady identified simply as Susan, who was allegedly electrocuted at the Hustle and Bustle, a night club owned by popular businessman, Obi Cubana, in the Aminu Kano Crescent area of Wuse, Abuja on Saturday, November 13.

The Nigerian Xpress reported that the management of the club has since shut down its operations after the unfortunate incident.

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“We’re closed till further notice. This is due to the loss of our esteemed client. We are deeply saddened by this situation and need time to heal from it. Our prayers are with the families of the lost soul; may her soul rest in peace. We sympathise with the family on this unbearable loss,” a statement from the Instagram page stated.

Reacting to the development, the spokesperson of the FCT police command, DSP Josephine Adeh, stated that an investigation is ongoing and that the police would conduct an autopsy on the corpse.

She said: “The case was reported to the police. This is a case of sudden and unnatural death, which investigation is going on. We are going to carry out an autopsy to determine the cause of death. I cannot tell you the cause of the death now until the investigation and autopsy are completed.”

On November 3, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) detained Obi Cubana for undisclosed reasons. There were speculations that the socialite was arrested for tax fraud.

The anti-graft agency later denied reports that its operatives took pictures with the Anambra-born businessman when old photos circulated on social media claiming to be that of the businessman and operatives of EFCC while he was in their custody.