This is certainly a trying period for the Big Boss of sophisticated Nigerian hip-hop musical group, Mohits, the one and only Don Jazzy.
Don Jazzy, known as a very hardworking and shrewd businessman, who believes in investing into various business concerns and making his money without much ado, this time, it seems all is not working as planned, as one of the major sources of his multi million naira investments is at the verge of hitting the rocks, except there is a divine intervention aimed at rescuing the situation.
According to sources, a club which is believed to be owned by Don Jazzy and being run by his younger brother has been having difficulties to survive for some months now.
The club named (Da Boss) which is situated at 120 Plaisted House,Greenwich,directly opposite waterfront leisure center in London, is now a complete shadow of its old self and it is at the brink of a total collapse, if something is not done fast.
Sources reveal that, clients of the club who are majorly Nigerians and Ghanaians have deserted the place and pitched their tents with other clubs in the predominantly Nigerian dominated Greenwich neighborhood.
This is not unconnected with the fact that choice drinks are no longer available in the club, the conveniences in the club are in a state of total mess, disrepair and overall maintenance in the club is nothing to write home about.
As it stands now, the club has not paid the normal fees that it ought to pay the Greenwich Council for about a year now.
As if that was not enough, some other occupants of the building are said to have petitioned the local council that the club constitutes a hell of nuisance in the entire environment.
The Greenwich council, we were told, is said to be left with no choice than to close the place up any moment from now and if that happens, the building will be taken over by the council.