Richard Nnadi, the owner of popular club, Escape Lagos, has hailed Davido, multi award-winning singer, for paying the debt he owed his club.

Richard took to his Instagram page on Friday to share a transcript of an old conversation he had with Davido, narrating further how the singer settled a debt of N2,000,000 on March 10, 2017.

“Good evening everyone as much as April 1st will be a day of judgement on debtors who ran down my business…. I want to appreciate this man right here @davidoofficial this is what I call bankable credit!, Richard wrote.

“He might be too energetic and people take for him being rude but he pays his bills and genuinely supports not just individuals but businesses like mine!

“Ladies and gentlemen it’s customer appreciation day!

“I wish I could do something to support you in your wanting to break the charts cos brother you have supported me even when there was no light in my club and for that brother you have my respect and gratitude!

“PLEASE SHOW THIS YOUNG MAN SOME LOVE @davidoofficial God Bless You!”

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……………………………… Good evening everyone as much as April 1st will be a day of judgement on debtors who ran down my business…. I want to appreciate this man right here @davidoofficial this is what I call bankable credit ! He might be too energetic and people take for him being rude but he pays his bills and genuinely supports not just individuals but businesses like mine! Ladies and gentlemen it’s customer appreciation day! I wish I could do something to support you in your wanting to break the charts cos brother you have supported me even when there was no light in my club and for that brother you have my respect and gratitude! PLEASE SHOW THIS YOUNG MAN SOME LOVE @davidoofficial God Bless You!

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The owner of Escape Lagos had earlier shared a video on the social media platform in which he lamented that celebrity debts amounting to N120 million have destroyed his business forcing him to shut down the nightclub.

Richard further vowed to publish the names of the debtors on April 1, and how much they are owing Escape Lagos.



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