The businessman received money from convicted drug dealers from three separate countries.
Nigerian business tycoon, Obi Iyiegbu popularly known as Obi Cubana was reportedly interrogated by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) on Thursday for allegedly connections with drug dealers.
Sources say that he was intensively interrogated for five hours by the agency on account of allegations linking him to three convicted drug dealers abroad.
It was revealed that suspicious payments were made into Cubana’s account by three convicted drug dealers from Malaysia, Nigeria and India.
However, he was asked to return at a future date after being grilled by officials of the agency.
According to the source, there are suspicions that he could be a drug kingpin.
“Obi Cubana arrived at the NDLEA office around 9 am and responded to questions for some hours before he was granted bail at 2 pm.
“There are suspicions that he may be a drug kingpin. Some convicted drug dealers paid funds into his account.
“We have been able to establish three of such payments. One of the persons that paid money into his account was convicted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; another one that was convicted in New Delhi, India; also paid money into his account while a third person that was arrested at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos and convicted in 2017, also paid money into Cubana’s account.”
The chairman of Cubana group of companies took Nigeria by storm when he turned his mother’s burial into a festival.
The event which attracted many influential people was highlighted by huge displays of wealth from those who attended.
He was interrogated four months after by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for alleged money laundering and tax fraud.
However, he was allowed to go home and free of charges levelled against him after interrogations were completed.
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