Naira Marley was arrested last Friday alongside four others including his chest companion, Zlatan Ibile.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC) has favored 11 charges verging on extortion against up and Nigerian artist, Azeez Fashola, otherwise known as Naira Marley, for supposed Mastercard misrepresentation.
The artist adequately hazards seven years in prison whenever found liable, as Section 33 (2) which he was blamed for rupturing, peruses: “Any individual who utilizes: a fake access gadget; an unapproved get to gadget; an entrance gadget issued to someone else; bringing about a misfortune or addition submits an offense and will be at risk on conviction to detainment for a term of not over seven years or a fine of not more than N5,000,000.00 and relinquishment of the favorable position or esteem got from his demonstration.
The accuses of suit number FHC/L/178C/19 were recorded before a Lagos State High Court.
A portion of the Visas, as per the EFCC, bore the names-Nicole Louise Malyon, and Timea Fedorne Tatar.
The supposed violations were in contradiction of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act and the Cyber Crimes Act.
The charges read partially, “That you, Azeez Adeshina Fashola, otherwise known as Naira Marley, Raze (still everywhere), approximately the eleventh day of December 2018, inside the ward of this decent court, planned among yourselves to utilize get to card 42658840359191132 issued to people other than you in an offer to get increase and you along these lines perpetrated an offense in opposition to Section 27(1)(b) of the Cyber Crimes (Prohibition, Prevention and so forth) Act 2015 and culpable under Section 33(2) of the Same Act.
“That you, Azeez Adeshina Fashola, otherwise known as Naira Marley, Raze (still everywhere), approximately the tenth day of May 2019, inside the ward of this good court, with goal to cheat had fake card 4921819410257431 issued to Timea FedorneTatar and you in this manner carried out an offense in spite of and culpable under Section 33(9) of Cyber Crimes (Prohibition, Prevention and so forth) Act 2015.”