Naira Abuse: Avoid EFCC – Cubana Chief Priest Advises Nigerians

Naira Abuse: Avoid EFCC – Cubana Chief Priest Advises Nigerians. Amidst his ongoing legal battles with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), popular Nigerian socialite and nightlife promoter, Pascal Okechukwu, better known as Cubana Chief Priest, has issued a word of caution to fellow Nigerians regarding the stress associated with dealing with the anti-corruption agency.

His counsel comes in the wake of reports suggesting a potential move towards an out-of-court settlement regarding his case with the EFCC.

Cubana Chief Priest recently took to Instagram to candidly share his experience on a court appearance day, shedding light on the challenges of navigating legal scrutiny.

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In his post, he cautioned against getting entangled with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), emphasizing the serious consequences and stress associated with their prosecution.

The controversy surrounding Cubana Chief Priest revolves around an incident at a social gathering hosted at the Eko Hotel in Lagos State, where he was captured on video spraying and mishandling naira notes, actions that run counter to Nigerian laws governing the treatment of the national currency.

On April 17, the EFCC formally charged him with three counts of abusing naira notes. Despite pleading not guilty, he was granted bail set at N10 million.

Now, a Federal High Court in Lagos under the jurisdiction of Justice Kehinde Ogundare has scheduled June 5 for an update on the ongoing settlement discussions between Cubana Chief Priest and the EFCC.