Tuface takes over night club

Music is still very lucrative. And one of its major beneficiaries, Tuface Idibia, is not considering a career detour yet. However, the music star is increasing his investment portfolio as he recently took over the ownership of nite club, La Cachette, in Ikeja, Lagos. Sources close to the African Queen singer says he decided to take over management of the club because of his love for the hospitality business and the fact that his own multi-purpose entertainment centre, Hypertek Lounge, being built in Festac is not yet completed.

In readiness for operation, E-Punch gathers, La Cachette will now be managed by his friend, Dotun Omotoye, who used to run The Place, also in Ikeja. Omotoye, who is the husband of songstress, Kween, has resigned from The Place to take over the management of La Cachette. “Tuface has also contracted out the lighting and sound systems of his new venture to Kiss Media owned by beefy showbiz promoter, Bayo Odusami, popularly known as Howie Tee. All hands are on deck to ensure that the club reopens with the imprimatur of Tuface this January,” says our source.

Odusami tells E-Punch that as much as he would not want to go into discussions about the ownership of La Cachette, “Kiss Media, is helping the new management change the whole outlook of the club and ensure that when it becomes operation, everything would be top-notch.”

When contacted, the Chief Executive Officer of Now Musik, Efe Omorogbe, managers of the awards winning singer, says he would get back to E-Punch on the stakes of his client in the new La Cachette hierarchy.
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