The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, or EFCC, has testified against Nigerian artist Naira Marley for the second time.
Several credit card numbers were obtained from the singer’s iPhone, according to Anosike Augustine, a mobile forensic expert with the agency.
Mr Augustine stated that an iPhone had the capacity to store vast amounts of data.
In the witness’ iPhone, there were 977 SMS messages and 1,433 chat messages, as well as seven pending status update messages.
He pleaded with the court to allow him to play the compact disc containing the information, and he was granted permission.
Marley’s trial has been postponed to October 27, 2021, according to Justice Nicholas Oweibo.
The agency detained Naira Marley in 2019 for accused credit card theft and identity theft.
Along with Zlatan and a few other men, he was arrested.
He contested the EFCC’s evidence against him in 2020. The court accepted evidence against the singer in early January of this year.
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