I spent N1 million on cab fare in Paris – Cubana Chiefpriest laments

Nigerian socialite, Pascal Okechukwu better known as Cubana Chief Priest, has bemoaned the cost of transportation in Europe.

The club owner took to his Instastories and disclosed that he paid over N1 million (One million naira) for transport fare in Paris, France.

I spent N1 million on cab fare in Paris - Cubana Chiefpriest laments

Cubana Chief Priest gave a breakdown of how he paid £600 pounds for the first round of trip which lasted for 12 hours. He added that they charged him 50 pounds per hour (£50/ approximately N57,000).

Cubana wrote; “Yesterday I pay cab 600 pounds just for 12 hours, 50 pounds per hour. I use one million naira plus enter cab”.

This came after a video went viral showing when the private security of his friend, Davido blocked him from entering the singer’s VIP changing room.

See the post:

Cubana cab fare Paris

The music star had an amazing performance at his show in the United Kingdom and was spotted heading to the changing room with his wife, Chioma.

Cubana Chief Priest was moving with some men behind the Omo Baba Olowo, but after Davido and his wife got into the room, the socialite was barred, and he stood with his mouth wide open in shock.

In another news…

Israel DMW, logistics manager of popular singer, Davido, recently narrated his interesting experience in the hands of kidnappers many years ago.

The DMW member said he was kidnapped by suspected ritualists in 2001 alongside three others while traveling from Lagos to Ibadan.

Israel revealed that his abductors took them to a forest midway into the journey for ritual, but that fortunately for him, he was released and given transportation fare to go home.

Sharing his ordeal through his Instagram story while celebrating his birthday, the internet sensation said his abductors told him that they released only him because he was “a very bad market.”

He wrote; “Four of us were kidnapped for rituals in 2001, on our way from Lagos to Ibadan, after entering a vehicle.

“They took us to a very thick forest. I was the only one allowed to go, saying I was a very bad market. They gave me N200 to add to the already 40 naira with me for transportation. I just give glory to God Almighty.”