Nigeria/June 14, 2019/Agency Reporter /No Comment/120 views /nigeria Naira Marley finally released on bail | NigerianMonitorshare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel </center> <ul class="wp-block-gallery columns-1 is-cropped"><li class="blocks-gallery-item"><figure></figure></li></ul>Hip-hop singer, Azeez Fashola, popularly known as Naira Marley has been released from prison custody. He was released almost two weeks after he was granted bail by a Federal High Court in Lagos. It was gathered that Marley regained his freedom around 4:20 p.m. on Friday after his sureties signed the bail bond. The singer was arrested and charged to court by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on 11 counts of cyber crime. ALSO READ 5 policemen arrested as another woman shot dead in LagosJustice Nelson Oweibo granted a N2m bail to the defendant with two sureties in like sum. The judge said one of the sureties must be a civil servant not below Grade Level 10, while the other must own a landed property within the court’s jurisdiction. He adjourned the case till October 22, 2019, for the commencement of trial. The anti-graft agency told the court that Naira Marley conspired with Yad Isril and Raze, said to be at large, to use access cards with numbers 5264711020433662 and 42658840359191132 “issued to persons other than you in a bid to obtain gain.” ALSO READ United's foundations at risk unless Solskjaer rids club of 'weeds' | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsIt also alleged that Naira Marley was on May 10, 2019, found in “possession of two counterfeit access cards Nos. 4539782440624281 and 492189410257431 issued in the names of Nicole Louise Malyon and Timea Fedorne Tatar, respectively.” The agency said the artiste retained the two cards and another one with number 5264711020433662 issued to an unknown person “under circumstances, which constitute card theft.” ALSO READ NIS denies shortage of passport booklets | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsAccording to Punch, the prosecuting counsel for the EFCC, Mr Rotimi Oyedepo, told the court that Naira Marley acted contrary to Section 27 (1)(b) of the Cybercrimes (Prohibition, Prevention, etc) Act, 2015. <!-- <div class="social-container" style="display:flex;"> <ul> <li class="social-share fb-scl"><i></i><span>Share on Facebook</span></li> <li class="social-share"><i></i><span>Share on Twitter</span></li> </ul> </div> –> <br/><!-- MarketGidComposite Start --> <!-- NM Content Widget --><ins class="adsbygoogle" data-ad-client="ca-pub-2460597205856998" data-ad-slot="2393573647" data-ad-format="autorelaxed"/> <center> </center> Leave A Comment Below Related Tags:nigeria share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous articleNo need for England to panic over World Cup injuries, says Morgannext articleKebbi gets new acting CJ – The Nation NewspaperRelated PostsNigeria/June 18, 2019 /No Comment Kogi Guber: APC Leaders, Elders Endorse JubrilNigeria/June 18, 2019 /No Comment France Beat Super Falcons Via PenaltyPhoto news: Please complete our road, Command residents cry to Sanwo-OluTransfer: Chelsea decide on Willian’s move to Barcelona, Atletico Madrid – Daily Post NigeriaTrump to announce bid for re-election at Florida rallyImo governor suspends council chairmenSecurity is core aspect of my administration, says Sanwo-Olu – The Nation NewspaperAdeleke University Forcing Muslim Students To Attend Church – Says MURICAPC leaders, elders endorse Jubril for Kogi governor – The Nation NewspaperWhy we didn’t use server during 2019 elections – INEC – Daily Post Nigeria Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Sign me up for the newsletter! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.