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Remy Martin, Glenfiddich renew ambassadorial deal of Gustavo Duo

Remy Martin, Glenfiddich renew ambassadorial deal of Gustavo duo The Nation Newspaper

Remy Martin Nigeria and Glenfiddich Nigeria have renewed the ambassadorial deals of the two Managing Directors of Enugu-based nightclub Gustavo. 

The club is managed by Cubana Dubem Oguegbu aka Dubby Gustavo and his partner, Papi Chulo alias Papi Gustavo.

Dubem Oguegbu aka Dubby Gustavo made the announcement on his Instagram page on Friday evening. 

He expressed joy and gratitude for the new milestone. 

He wrote: “I am so happy to announce to you guys that we have renewed our smooth juicy business contract with RemyMartin Nigeria as Brand influencers. We are happy to continue this business relationship. Make we dey jolly dey go with a cognac with class @remymartinng #remymartinng #influencers #kingsoftheeast #Cognac #cubanagroup #Gustavo”.

Glenfiddich Nigeria also extended their contract after expiration of the one signed last year.

We are also super delighted to announce the renewal of our fat contract with the best single malt whisky in the world as brand ambassadors. Partnership wey dey sweet na der we die put. Abeg anywhere u see @papi__gustavo bill am o. #glenfiddich_ng #GlenfiddichNigeria #glenfiddich #Grace #Wethebest #kingsoftheeast

Dubby Gustavo and Papi Gustavo have made the nightclub the envy of all in th Southeast region, bringing exciting innovations to wow the high profile night-clubbers.

“Gustavo By Cubana was born on December 4, 2019. Enugu needed that Cubana vibe because there is no party like a Cubana party all over Nigeria,” he once said in an interview.

The club is a member of the Cubana Group owned by Obi Cubana spread all over Nigeria and some countries.

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