Drowning in the ocean of indebtedness, Wale Tinubu, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), of Oando, tried to bounce back.
Despite the unfortunate reality that stared the man in the face, sycophants went to town singing his praises, tagging him the miracle worker.
Once timid, Tinubu soon had a chip on his shoulder, as he maintained the line that his company Oando owed no debt.
Alas, the reality which the man has been avoiding is now staring him in the face with the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), maintaining that he owes $680 million.
With his personal assets in London and Nigeria likely to be sold off to pay up the monies, Tinubu’s troubles seem to have just begun.