EFCC Parades Bobrisky After He Was Arrested Over Abuse Of Nigerian Naira

EFCC Parades Bobrisky After He Was Arrested Over Abuse Of Nigerian Naira
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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has paraded controversial transgender, Bobrisky, over abuse of Nigerian naira and currency mutilation.

Gistmania recalls that Bobrisky was arrested on Wednesday evening, April 3, and has since been detained at the EFCC’s Lagos Command.

The EFCC paraded Bobrisky on Thursday by sharing photos of him in their custody, along with a statement confirming the arrest.

In the statement, EFCC revealed that Bobrisky was summoned following reports of him publicly spraying and displaying new naira notes at the premiere of “Ajakaju: Beast of Two Worlds,” a film produced by Eniola Ajao.

The statement read:

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“Operatives of the Lagos Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, have commenced investigation of Idris Okuneye, a.k.a Bobrisky, for allegedly spraying Naira notes.

“The EFCC had invited the 31-year-old following a video report of spraying and flaunting wads of new Naira notes at the premiere of a movie, Ajakaju, produced by Eniola Ajao, a Nollywood actress and producer, at Film One Circle Mall, Lekki, Lagos on March 24, 2024.

“Investigation also revealed that he had also committed the alleged offence at some other event centres and parties at different times.

“Following the invitation by the Commission, he arrived at the Lagos Zonal Command of the EFCC in the morning of Wednesday, April 4, 2024 for interrogation and volunteered his statements.

“He will soon be charged to court upon conclusion of investigations.”

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