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”I watched a bit”- Gov Sanwo-Olu tells BBNaija finalists as he meets with them in Lagos (video)

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Governor Sanwo-Olu met with some of the BBNaija Shine Ya Eye finalists in Lagos today October 29.

The governor met with the reality TV stars at a function in the state and had a chat with them. While trying to recollect some of the housemates, the governor mentioned Saga and also stated that his ADC who is a fan of the show had told him that Whitemoney was going to win.

”I actually watched. I watched at night like 30 minutes, one hour and also on Friday nights.”he said

Watch a video of him chatting with the reality TV stars below

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Brymo and manager, Lanre Lawal, parts way after 8 years

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Lanre Lawal, the long time manager of popular Nigerian singer, Brymo, has stated that he has parted ways with the artiste. The talent manager in an Instagram post thanked the singer for being a good friend.

In his farewell message, Lawal who has managed Brymo for about eight years stated that it was a mutual decision to move on to the next stage of their professional journeys individually.

The statement read, “In a statement titled, ‘Notice of disengagement between Bail Music Company and Brymo,’ Lawal wrote, “This is to inform the general public that The Bail Music Company, under the leadership of Lanre Lawal, is no longer responsible for the management of Olawale Oloforo, popularly known as Brymo.

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“Over the last eight years as Brymo’s manager, we have built formidable relationships and partnerships with top music stakeholders in and outside Nigeria. Together, we have assisted in amplifying the strength and talents of the singer/songwriters (Brymo) through the smooth development and execution of projects that have grown the brand internationally. However, like every healthy relationship, there is a mutual decision to move on to the next stage of our professional journeys individually.

“We are proud of the years we worked together and find nothing more satisfying than to see Brymo reach the heights of his success.”

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This development is coming shortly after the singer claimed in October that legendary Nigerian singer, 2baba, accused him of sleeping with his wife. Also, Brymo alleged that 2baba sent some thugs to beat him up.

Based on the allegation, the management of 2baba, Now Muzik, slammed Brymo with a lawsuit for the damning accusations he made towards his colleague, Innocent Idibia, better known as 2Baba, in a series of posts on his official Twitter page.

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Ned Nwoko’s Moraccan Wife, Laila Reveals They Are Divorced

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Laila Charani, the Moroccan wife of businessman, Ned Nwoko has stated that their marriage has ended.

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EFCC displays CD of 51,933 pages, depicting content of Naira Marley’s iPhone

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Wednesday, displayed before a Federal High Court Lagos, virtual projection of a Compact Disc (CD) with 51,933 pages analysis of the iPhone of Azeez Fashola a.k.a Naira Marley.

The EFCC projected the virtual, through its second witness, Mr Augustine Anosike, a forensic analyst.

Anosike was still leading evidence in the trial of the defendant, who is facing an 11 counts charge, bordering on conspiracy, possession of counterfeit credit cards as well as fraud.

The anti-graft agency preferred the charges on May 14, 2019

Fashola, who sang the popular song: “Am I a Yahoo Boy”, was consequently, arraigned on May 20, 2019 before Justice Nicholas Oweibo, but he pleaded not guilty.

The court had accordingly, granted him bail in the sum of two million naira, with two sureties in like sum.

Trial had since commenced in the case and the second prosecution witness who began his testimony shortly before the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020, continued his evidence on Wednesday.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the witness who resumed his testimony on Tuesday, concluded his evidence after the virtual display.

The Prosecution Counsel, Mr Rotimi Oyedepo, had told the court at the last adjourned date, that the prosecution only printed out hard copies of relevant portions of the exhibit, which it considered key to its case.

He had told the court that a full version of the total analysis was contained in a CD

The printed copies of the exhibit is labeled exhibit F while the CD containing full analysis is exhibit F1.

NAN reports that the court had granted prosecution leave to display the CD in a projector, in order to discharge its burden of proof as required by law.

Also on the last adjourned date, the witness had narrated, how different text messages and chats containing credit card details, were exchanged between the defendant and another recipient identified as Yadd.

When trial resumed on Wednesday, the witness, again reiterated portions of his earlier testimonies of Oct. 26, and indicated the visual spots of those testimonies, on the screen of the projected CD.

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For instance, the witness showed visual displays of the credit card numbers, chats, as well as the incoming and outgoing short message services (SMS), which were analysed from the defendant’s iPhone.

The witness typically identified the “message trafficking” between the numbers +447426343432 and +447548061528.

On the whole, he told the court that the CD contained a total of 51,933 pages of the analysis conducted on the defendant device.

After the CD was displayed for about 45 minutes, the prosecutor then asked the witness to confirm if exhibits A and D, were vital elements of his analysis, and he replied in the affirmative.

Exhibit A is the Forensic Report Form, while exhibit D is the iPhone of the defendant.

Oyedepo then indicated to the court, that he had concluded examination of the witness, adding that whatever remained was left for his address

During cross examination, defence counsel Mr Olalekan Ojo, SAN, first sought leave of court to apply for a variation of its order and prayed that the court takes custody of the iPhone of the defendant which had been in custody of the prosecution.

According to him, the Federal High Court is well capable of keeping the exhibits in its custody, adding that it would also create ease for defence to apply for the exhibits if needed.

The court noted the requested.

Fielding questions from Ojo, the witness confirmed to the court that he had confined his analysis within the compass of his forensic reports.

When the defence counsel asked the witness to confirm if his analysis had also covered possible number of persons that had used the said iPhone of the defendant, the witness replied that the number of persons were not ascertained.

Defence asked “As an experienced operative, are you aware that it is possible for a person other than the owner of a phone to have access to the use of that phone,”

The witness replied “That will only be possible where the owner grants access,”

When the witness was asked who supplied him with the password to the iPhone, he told the court that the defendant provided the password to the investigating operatives who consequently, transmitted same to him for his analysis.

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He told the court that he only had knowledge of the period the iPhone was brought to him for forensics and not when it was taken from the defendant.

When asked to confirm the number on the iPhone the witness told the court that the registered number on the phone is iCloud +447426343432.

MeanwhIle, when defence counsel reminded the witness that he had told the court during examination, that the telephone number of the defendant was 07426343732, the witness replied that any sim can be inserted in a device.

When asked to confirm if there is a difference between the owner and user of a device, the witness answered “The names on a phone can be changed depending on what the owner chooses to use,”

Defence then asked the witness to show to the court from the two pages of his analysis summary, where he had indicated that there was a change of names in the device.

The witness replied that although it was not captured, the content of his report also reflects the content of the device as recovered therein.

Justice Oweibo adjourned trial until November 30, December 13, and December 14.

The commission alleged that Fashola and his accomplices conspired to use different Access Bank ATM cards to defraud their victims.

According to the EFCC, the defendant committed the offence on different dates between November 26, 2018 and December11, 2018, as well as May 10, 2019.

It alleged that the defendant used a bank credit card issued to another person, in a bid to obtain fraudulent financial gains.

The EFCC also said that the defendant possessed counterfeit credit cards belonging to different people, with intent to defraud which amounted to theft.

The alleged offence contravenes the provisions of sections 1 23 (1) (b), 27 (1) and 33(9) of Cyber Crime (Prohibition) Prevention Act, 2015.

(NAN)

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