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Asserted Cyber Fraud : EFCC Present More Evidence Against Naira Marley

Asserted Cyber Fraud : EFCC Present More Evidence Against Naira Marley

Asserted Cyber Fraud : EFCC Present More Evidence Against Naira Marley

Azeez Adeshina Sanyaolu, referred to expertly as Naira Marley, is a Nigerian vocalist. He is known as the leader of his dubious fan base, “Marlians”.

 

The Lagos State conceived is without a doubt in lawful issue with the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC).

 

The artist, who has been being investigated for a really long time for claimed digital misrepresentation, got back to court on Friday, where more proof was introduced against him.

 

The arraigning observer, Dein Whyte, an EFCC employable, introduced more proof against the “First Time In America ” crooner at the continued hearing before Justice Nicholas Oweibo of the Federal High Court sitting in Ikoyi, Lagos State.

 

 

This is coming on the impact point of the court excusing the litigant’s issue with the scientific proof prior introduced by the observer.

 

Naira Marley is being investigated on a 11-count charge verging on Mastercard extortion brought against him by the EFCC.

 

An assertion by the counter unite office read, “At the last sitting on June 9, 2022, the defence counsel, Olalekan Ojo SAN, had objected to the witness’s opinion on the forensic evidence linking the defendant to credit card fraud.

 

“He had argued that only the court could make pronouncements on the defendant’s culpability, not an investigator”.

 

“At the resumed trial today, Justice Oweibo delivered a short ruling in which he dismissed the defence’s objection;

 

“It is the duty of the law enforcement agency or police, to charge a person to court to investigate if the defendant committed the crime or not. The investigator must be able to link the defendant to the commission of the crime.

 

“The prosecutor must have made up his mind as to the involvement of the defendant before bringing the case to court. I do not agree that the prosecution has declared the defendant guilty,” the judge ruled.

 

His case was adjourned till September 26.

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