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Patron exposes Vogue Beach Resort, alleges threat to life over fake drinks

A man identified as Collins has come forward to expose Vogue Beach Resort, located After La Madison Event Center, Plot 2, Okunade BlueWater Scheme Oniru, Victoria Island, Lagos, accusing the establishment of attempting to endanger his life and the lives of his friends by selling fake drinks.

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Collins, who shared his ordeal on social media, claimed that he was invited to the resort by @wunmieruaga, a representative of Vogue, who reached out to him about the new place opening.

Although initially uninterested in joining their team, Collins agreed to host a party at Vogue Beach Resort.

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The party organizer revealed that he meticulously prepared for the event, handling everything from booking DJs and hypemen to decorations and promotion.

However, the celebration took a nightmarish turn when guests began ordering drinks, only to be informed that there were no drinks at the bar.

Despite providing a list of drinks to be made available, Collins discovered that a different supplier had been used. The party proceeded, and by the end, Collins was presented with a bill totaling N1,682,000.

Despite having only N1.4 million on hand, he settled the bill but later discovered that he had been served fake drinks.

@wunmieruaga allegedly admitted to using a different supplier, and when Collins sought to address the issue, he claimed he was guilt-tripped for being friends with @wunmieruaga.

Collins asserts that he almost lost his life due to the fake drinks and demanded that his medical bills be covered.

Expressing his frustration, Collins stated that he left Vogue Beach Resort angry, especially because someone allegedly instructed the staff not to let him leave.

He urged others to be cautious, advising people to download a barcode scanner to check the authenticity of drinks before consuming them.

Collins also revealed that multiple people fell sick due to the alleged fake drinks at Vogue Beach Resort and called for awareness to stop the sale of counterfeit beverages.

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About Victor Ojelabi

Ojelabi, the publisher of Freelanews, is a professionally trained mass communicator, who writes ruthlessly about pop culture, religion, politics and entertainment.

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