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Bobrisky Gets Detained by the EFCC for Naira Abuse


Idris Okuneye, also known as Bobrisky, is a controversial cross-dresser who has been arrested and incarcerated by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for misusing money, spraying naira notes, and mutilating currency.

Bobrisky, who has been involved in a number of scandals in recent weeks, was taken into custody at the EFCC's Lagos Command on Wednesday night after being apprehended there.

In a phone conversation on Thursday, the EFCC spokesperson, Dele Oyewale, confirmed the situation and mentioned that Bobrisky would face legal charges.

As Oyewale put it, "Bobrisky is here. He is under our Lagos command after being taken into custody in Lagos last night. 

Among other things, we detained him for allegedly abusing naira notes, spraying nara notes, and mutilating cash.

"We sincerely intend to restore the naira's dignity. Even while our investigation is still underway, charges against him will undoubtedly be brought against him soon.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, or EFCC, said in a statement later on social media that it had "commenced investigation of Idris Okuneye, a.k.a Bobrisky, for purportedly spraying Naira notes." 

The statement was titled "EFCC Grills Bobrisky for Naira Abuse."

The 31-year-old was invited by the EFCC after a video emerged of her showering and flaunting wads of fresh Naira notes during the Ajakaju movie premiere on March 24, 2024, at Film One Circle Mall in Lekki, Lagos. 

The film was directed by Nollywood actress and producer Eniola Ajao.

The investigation additionally uncovered up evidence that he had committed the purported offense at various other parties and event venues at various times.

He accepted the Commission's invitation and turned up for interview on Wednesday, April 4, 2024, early in the morning at the EFCC's Lagos Zonal Command, offering to testify.

"He will be facing charges in court after the inquiries are finished."

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