Bobrisky to remain in EFCC custody, as Justice Abimbola Awogboro reserves judgement to a later date

Nigerians react as EFCC releases mugshot of Bobrisky

Justice Abimbola Awogboro of the Federal High Court in Lagos deferred the judgment of convicted controversial crossdresser Idris Okuneye, often known as Bobrisky, until April 9, 2024.

The judge further ordered that he be returned to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission’s (EFCC) detention until the ruling.

It is no longer news that the EFCC apprehended the crossdresser on Wednesday, April 3rd, at Pinnock Estate in Lagos State.

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Confirming his detention, a commission representative identified as Dele Oyewale exclusively revealed to Linda Ikeji Blog the reason for his arrest. He claimed that the crossdresser had been arrested for money mutilation and Naira misuse and would face charges in court soon.

The commission had even released his mugshot, with a post shedding more light on his arrest and how his presence at Eniola Ajao’s movie premiere, Ajanaku led to his arrest.

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The crossdresser was arraigned before the Federal High Court in Lagos hours ago on a six-count charge bordering on alleged Abuse of Naira and alleged Money laundering. Idris pleaded guilty to the first four counts bordering on Naira abuse.

Before the charge was read, the EFCC’s counsel, Suleiman Suleiman, however, asked the court to strike out counts five and six concerning Money laundering allegations. Justice Abimbola Awogboro subsequently struck out counts five and six.

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Bobrisky was then arraigned on only counts one to four charges, which he pleaded guilty to and pleaded with the judge to give him a second chance, promising to use his platform to inform and educate his followers about spraying money.

He begged the judge to tamper justice with Mercy, claiming he wasn’t aware of the law on abusing Naira.

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