Thursday, September 1, 2011

HITV Boss, Toyin Subair Buys 5 million Champange for Birthday Bash And Why He can’t pay salaries

The fully Nigerian own pay satellite television, HITV is swimming in financial crisis, we can authoritatively reveal. According to an insider, the troubled financial state of HITV can be traced to financial indiscipline and flamboyant lifestyle of the Managing Director of the pay television station, Mr Toyin Subair. The source informed us that the big boy loves to live big, and all expenses incurred are debited into the company’s account. We learnt that anytime Mr Subair travels out of the country, (which he does regularly) he flies first class and lodges at most of the expensive hotels in the country he visits. ‘If it’s a local flight in Nigeria to either Abuja or PortHarcourt from Lagos, Toyin Subair rarely flies on commercial airlines. He always travels on a chartered flight’, the source said. Our source also reveals that, Subair owns over 10 state of the art wonders on wheels in his garage. We gathered that, the young entrepreneur celebrated his birthday few weeks back in London and the company had to settle the bill of N5 million, which was the cost of the Champagne, consumed at the bash. Toyin Subair’s expensive lifestyle has adversely affected the business as the visit to the company’s headquarters at Yaba, Lagos shows that the place has now turned to a shadow of itself. Meanwhile, we gathered that Mr Subair is yet to change his flamboyant lifestyle while there are genuine fears that he may run HITV aground.
Source: here

8 comments:

  1. Kemiismyrealname01 September, 2011 08:46

    Toyin, Toyin....grow up

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  2. Wonders shall never end. I guess he aint running with Kola Aluko anymore! hmm!

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  3. Kemi.......(for short); for real, he should grow up.

    So i guess he gave up his born again mien when the money rolled in. He's been quiet for a bit until i read this.

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  4. Kemiismyrealname01 September, 2011 16:05

    Ha ha! The born againism na another story o! The sad thing is that the money is not so much.

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  5. not so much, u r not serious o lol

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  6. When banks fail in Nigeria, we sometimes wonder why. It's not always about the honchos carting away depositors’ money, but also recipients of such loans having a riveting time with it....

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  7. u are so right, but this loans are sometimes given to their family and frnds, so they dont really loose at the same time. they hardly giv out to ordinary nigerians

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  8. The Curse of Dewunmi Ogunsanya (Multichoice)is on his head. He vowed to finish him for stealing EPL rights with insider info

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