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‘Each February 26th is a very special day in our family’ Obi Cubana celebrates his wife and son’s birthday in style

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Nigerian billionaire and socialite Obi Cubana has taken to social media to celebrate his wife Lush and son in the most beautiful way.

The photo shared on his Instagram page captures Obi Cubana’s wife and son stunning in their lovely outfits.

Obi Cubana described his wife as his best friend, love, life partner, confidant, and prayer warrior. He also gushed over his last born, which he called a smart dude.

According to Obi Cubana, each February 26th is very special to his family, adding he cherishes his wife and son so much.

He wrote: Happy birthday my babies…..@lush_eby my best friend, my love, my wifey, my life partner, my confidant, my prayer warrior………and My Kosi; my son, my last born, my fresh boy, my smart dude, my Kosi!!

Each February 26th is a very special day in our family! I love and cherish you so much!! May God continue to keep you both in good health, amen Happy birthday!!!

Kemi Filani News recalls Obi Cubana recently recounted how circumstances almost ruined his convocation at UNN.

The Cubana Group founder narrated his experience while traveling for his convocation at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka in 2009.

Obi Cubana recounted how he and his friends were traveling to their University from Abuja to Nsukka to attend their convocation and decided to enter a different night bus because of its affordability and cheapness.

The vehicle they boarded was one which doesn’t provide maximum comfort or attachment.

None of them dared to sleep because they knew they could get on the wrong side of traders who bought full seats.

Obi Cubana travelled along with his most precious and priceless shoe which his uncle got for him after flying high in his academics and making a 2.1 in his department.

Unfortunately, he lost a pair of the shoe and it almost ruined his convocation but God saw him through.

He shared the experience to motivate people to keep striving harder and to believe in hope when there his life.

Cubana questioned if Nigerians still traveled on night buses.

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