The alleged cybercrime against singer Naira Marley was postponed to Thursday.
A federal court in Lagos on Wednesday adjourned until Thursday,
the continuation of the trial of a musician, Azeez Fashola (a.k.a. Naira
Marley), charged with fraud and theft.
The case was postponed following a letter from defender Olalejan Ojo (SAN), who was unavailable.
The Economic and Financial Crime Commission preferred eleven lawsuits against the musician.
The fees are limited to conspiracy, possession of fake credit cards and fraud.
Naira Marley, who sang the popular song, "Am I a Yahoo Boy?", War
On May 20, before Justice Nicholas Oweibo charged, but did not plead
The court granted him a security of N 2 million with two guarantees of the same amount.
According to EFCC, he has committed the crimes on various dates
between 26 November 2018 and 11 December 2018 and 10 May 2019.
The commission claimed that Naira Marley and his accomplices had conspired
use various ATM cards from Access Bank to cheat their victims.
The defendant used the credit card number of the Access Bank
5264711020433662, issued to another person to receive
fraudulent financial gains.
The EFCC also said that it owns counterfeit credit cards
to various people, with the intention of cheating, which amounted to a theft.
The alleged offenses violate the provisions of §§ 1 (23) (1) (B),
27 (1) and 33 (9) of the Law on the Prevention of Cybercrime (Prohibition), 2015.
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