August 16, 2022


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Naira Marley – EFCC Displays 51,933 Pages Of Suspicious Contents on His iPhone

Naira Marley had pleaded not guilty to all the charges levelled against him by the EFCC in 2019 has now been alleged of a Compact Disc with 51,933 pages analysis of Naira Marley iPhone.

Two days ago Naira Marley iphone was once again held by the EFCC to face court trial for alleged fraudulent assault which he once pleaded not guilty to in May 2019.

Naira Marley iPhone EFCC

2days before the adjournment, Naira Marley posted “Have you been feeling down lately? Don’t worry you’re being prepared for something GREAT 😊” on one of his social media walls.

Again, Naira Marley is currently facing eleven counts bordering on conspiracy, possession of counterfeit credit cards, and fraud by The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Wednesday, displayed before a Federal High Court in Lagos.

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The case at which Naira stands as a suspect of fraud of over 2,410, messages of credit cards on May 20, 2019 which was adjourned to October 27, 2021, for the prosecution to play the CD on a projector, has now turned the other way round. 

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The witness, who resumed his testimony on Tuesday, also concluded his evidence after the virtual display. The Prosecution Counsel, Rotimi Oyedepo, had told the court during the last sitting that the prosecution only printed out hard copies of relevant portions of the exhibit, which it considered key to its case. He had informed the court that a full version of the total analysis was contained in a compact disc. The printed copies of the exhibit are, however, labelled ‘exhibit F’ while the CD containing full analysis is ‘exhibit F1’. – Saharareport 

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The alleged offence contravenes the provisions of sections 1 23 (1) (b), 27 (1) and 33(9) of Cyber Crime (Prohibition) Prevention Act, 2015.

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