Obi Cubana made headlines a few weeks ago after a woman was allegedly electrocuted to death at his club, which was then temporarily shut down.
The club's management has recently released a CCTV video of the woman's death at the Hustle & Bustle.
The lady, dressed in a red gown, is seen exiting the club with two male acquaintances in the footage.
Before the lady sprints forward, trips falls, and loses consciousness, they look in good spirits and are seen playing around.
Susan Oleghe, the woman, unfortunately, did not make it out alive.
The statement from the club reads in part;
"Despite the myriad of question and assumptions out in public, we had earnestly refrained from making any statement until this moment for two reasons; mainly because we had to join the family and friends to mourn a beautiful life that was taken too soon, and to enable the police to extensively conduct and carry out their investigations.
It, therefore, behoves on us at this moment to inform the general public of this series of facts;
- On the 14th of November 2021, a dear customer tripped and fell whilst leaving our premises, which led to her painful and untimely death.
- Owing to this tragedy, our management reached a decision to shut down our business so as to adequately mourn the deceased, and also allow the police unfettered access to conduct their investigations.
- On that fateful morning, the deceased, after leaving the club, was happily playing around with her friends, when she made a slight run, tripped and fell down a few meters to the car park and became unconscious. Sadly, she passed on, on their way to the hospital.
- The Nigerian Police Force has extensively carried out their investigations and thoroughly reviewed our wide and lengthy CCTV footage, and we await the report of this investigation.
We assure the public that we have employed several health and safety standards, and we will continue to place safety over profit.
We have also used this bitter lesson to upgrade our already decent safety procedures, and we would do our utmost best to continue to serve as a leader in this sector."©Standard Gazette, 2021. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s publisher is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Standard Gazette with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.