Let $M^{n-1}$ be a closed flat manifold. Is it true that there exists a hyperbolic manifold $N^n$ with finite volume such that $M$ is a cusp cross-section of $N$?

It was proved in "On the geometric boundaries of hyperbolic 4-manifolds" by Long and Reid in Geom. Topol. 4 (2000), 171–178 that there are 3-manifolds are not cusp cross-sections of any complete finite volume one-cusped hyperbolic 4-manifold, due to the obstructions of eta-invariant. They constructed a 3-dim flat manifold with eta invariant = -4/3. if it was the cusp of a hyperbolic manifold then it has to be integer according to Aatiyah-Patodi-Singer's theorem.

My question is can it always a cross-section of several-cusped hyperbolic 4-manifold?