Cubana Chief Priest Speaks After Surviving Attack Gunmen Attack

He expressed gratitude and said they were riddled with bullets, but God didn’t allow them to die.

and celebrity barman, Pascal Chibuike, popularly known as Cubana Chief Priest, has penned an appreciation post to God for saving his life and that of his family.

Cubana Chief Priest Speaks After Surviving Attack Gunmen Attack

It was reported on Sunday afternoon that had broken his silence following the attack on his convoy by unknown shooters.

The Celebrity barman and socialite was in a grateful mood after narrowly escaping death.

The ’s car was severely damaged as unknown gunmen attacked his convoy in Anambra.

The gunmen had left his car riddled with bullets.

Releasing a statement,  shed more light on the issue.

He debunked some false news, making rounds about the incident.

Cubana confirmed the incident and assured the public that all his people were safe and sound.

He appreciated all who called and sent messages to check up on him.

Cubana stated that the incident happened in Anambra and not Imo as many media outlets reported.

He further stated that the incident happened on his way to work in Asaba.

“God Did!!! The marathon continues, all my people are safe & sound thanks for all the calls & messages, Imolites make una no mind @instablog9ja shit never happened here in Imo, it happened in Anambra on my way to work in Asaba, fact remains, the entire southeast needs to be sanitized completely”.

In a new update, Cubana had appreciated God for saving his life and that of his wife and team.

He pondered what would have been the fate of his family if he and his wife had died.

He expressed gratitude and said they were riddled with bullets, but God didn’t allow them to die.

“On Friday God gave me, my wife & my team another chance to enjoy life, what would have been the faith of my kids? What God cannot do does not exist!!! Them knack us but God no gree make e enter.
God did”.

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