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Monday, May 20, 2019

Crooner Naira Marley Remanded In Prison After He Pleaded ''Not Guilty''

On Monday,Naira Marley was arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on an 11 count charge bordering on alleged credit card and fraud




The Justice Nicholas Oweibo-led Federal High Court sitting in Lagos ordered that hip-hop musician, Azeez Fashola, a.k.a Naira Marley,be remanded in prison custody for alleged credit card fraud.

The EFCC had filed the charge on Tuesday, May 14.

When the counts were read to him, Naira Marley pleaded not guilty and Justice Nicholas Oweibo adjourned the case till May 30 to hear arguments on Naira Marley’s application for bail.

from vanguard...




*He should be released on Bail already,ah ah...
The people who looted this Country dry and birthed yahoo yahoo boys are still walking around free...EFCC Hello?..Please start from the root case..Jail those who looted Nigerian high and dry on your list....

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    1. If he's truly a Yahoo boy. I don't pity him. Just that EFFC is doing the most for the petty thieves and doing nothing for the ones that have destroyed nigeria with greed.

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    2. Proper smh! This people are just using unnecessary power. This yahoo thing is not hard to solve but they’d rather do show than proper work. Carry anybody carryable, force them to do community labor for one year and pay them proceed when they are done. Anyone that escape, increase it to 3 years! If someone escape a second time, send him to proper jail and register his name so future employers will see. You will reduce the cost of governance that way and the boys will learn not to fuck with it. We all know that this is not possible because the money to run it, some people will eat it again!

      Until government are really ready to fight it, it can’t stop. This one they are doing is media trial. They will sentence Naira Marley last last to 2 months and he has spent 1 month already so he will be free from the court. Is that not nonsense?

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    1. He was released when he was first detained. Today, he appeared in court and was held again and will remain in prison till 30th may been the next adjourned date for trial.

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    2. Say what you know Tj he was never released

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  3. Next time he will be careful with utterances.

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  4. This is just a case of using a sledge hammer to kill an ant. In as much as I frown at fraud and this yahoo act, I think the way the EFCC are going through this case has already shown to us how the end will be. They are so quick and bent on sending this young man to jail as if he is the cause of the Nigerian woes.

    I want to ask, after sending him to jail, what happens to the likes of the criminal Nigerian politicians who cross carpet to the ruling party and are shield from prosecution? The very politicians that made the youth unpatriotic and most of them resort to crime. Just like one anonymous said, one day the youth will revolt against this crops of politicians and take their destinies in their hands. Revolution will surely come some day.

    Last week an audio recording leaked and was circulated about the CBN chairman Godwin Emefiele with his accomplice Adamu conspiring to cover a shady deal of 500billion. What has the EFCC said about that? When this man was reappointed for a second term, I remember my comment here but some persons were too quick to attacked me that I have never like anything good about Buhari appointment. If only they know what we know....

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    1. Stop trying to substitute one issue with another. They are two separate issues, not fully tackling one is no reason to not tackle the other.

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    2. Whatever you think you know is mostly based on assumptions and hearsay

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    3. Teejay you are so right.. Don't mind all these people. As long as the vagabonds in power still have blind supporters amongst us, the revolution can't happen, we need to collectively agree that all politicians on both sides are corrupt & should be purged out of the submissive republic of Nigeria.

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  5. This Naira Marley case just dey sweet my body. These useless Yahoo boys were becoming too audacious. Good for him! Very good! I use him as a “point of contact” for other yahoo boys and aspiring yahoo boys, your comeuppance is coming very soon.

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    1. Imagine coming out to boldly endorse and justify yahoo!!! Indirectly calling EFCC's bluff. For what? Stella, yes our politicians are useless but this one here needs to be taught to tame his mouth.These fools are a negative influence and the world is watching.

      Very soon, nobody will want to go to school since they can buy a laptop and make it overnight. Abegii let him stay there a bit.

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  6. Lol...EFCC and media trial๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. I won't be surprised if at the end of the day, they won't prove their case and the young man walks.

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    1. See them, yahoo supporters

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  7. EFCC is vexing o... I believe they'll still free him. They just wanna teach him a lesson

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    1. And he needs to be thought the lesson of his life and this will make others realise they are touchable.
      Madam Stella just because not all the politicians that have stolen from the this country are not on trial yet it's not enough reason not to punish this lousy one.

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    2. Gbam, next time after smoking weed, he will rather go and mop the floor that tupe thrash on SM.

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  8. Aunty Stella, it’s these small boys pressing computer that EFCC has power for. And to be sending letters to banks to close accounts of hard working individuals.

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  9. This's serious. play, play, guyman don enter waiting trial. Na wao!

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  10. Pikin wey no hear word inside house, nah area people go train am hear word.
    All in the name of, l wan blow, l wan blow, now your
    fowl don lay cook egg.
    Packaging pass talent.
    You go hear word by force.

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  11. I disagree with you Stella. He was talking carelessly, that shouldn't be tolerated in Nigeria. This will serve as a deterrent to others. Talking about naija looters, do they come out to boast about squandering Nigeria funds? We all should be careful of our tongues. Social media should not be a place to hide and spew trash. One down.. More to go.

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    1. How his problem started is that he wasn't even hiding. Using his own account to justify yahoo. That's what happens when someone's village people decide to play pangolo on a person's head

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  12. What we should be concerned about is whether he was framed. Cos the things I've had the misfortune of seeing (including in meetings I think God let me attend cos ordinarily I shouldn't have been there as I honestly don't have enough clout and not even my husband's connections are not deep/strong enough to get me into certain rooms) have given me serious trust issues. In this country and even abroad, what you think you see may not be what is. If someone is determined to set you up, ONLY God can deliver you.

    Having said that, if this man is guilty of what he has been accused of, he should go down for it. That politicians are stealing is a completely separate issue, it has no bearing on the matter at hand especially as he's not stealing from politicians. He's not a Robin Hood (stealing from the rich to give the poor), he's defrauding innocent people of their hard-earned money to fund his baller lifestyle. Even in your Germany, Stella, there is crime. You cannot say for instance that the thief that raids the shopkeeper down the road shouldn't be prosecuted because the masterminds behind last week's bank heist haven't been apprehended.

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  13. Stella I can't believe you wrote that. We're all the problem in this country. Everyone is a hypocrite. Government is doing wrong, we're also doing wrong. How will the country advance? Everyone wants to run abroad, the yahoo guys aren't making things easy. We should deal with the root cause? At least politicians are stealing from this country, our country problem. Those ones are stealing from other countries and justifying it with a stupid reason that our forefathers suffered in their hands and they stole from us. Why can't we deal with all the causes? I'm just shocked!Infact,I'm shook!

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  14. He too talk.

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  15. They should lock him up and throw away the key in the ocean. The tongue is small but powerful. It is easier to talk oneself into trouble, getting out of trouble is the real wahala.

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