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Cubana Chief Priest arrives Lagos court to face naira abuse charge

The defendant is arraigned by the EFCC.

• April 17, 2024
Cubana Chief Priest
Cubana Chief Priest arrives Lagos Court

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has dragged a celebrity’ bartender and businessman Pascal Okechukwu a.k.a Cubana Chief Priest before a Federal High Court in Lagos over alleged abuse of the naira.

The defendant arrived on the court’s premises at about 9am.

He is to be arraigned on three-count bordering on tampering and abusing the naira.

More details shortly…

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