A Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos on Monday requested that a Nigerian Artist Adeyemi Fashola, prominently known as Naira Marley,, ought to be arrested and summoned over vehicle robbery.
The main justice, Mr Tajudeen Elias, requested that the Investigating Police Officer, Sgt. Sunday Idoko, taking care of the case must present Naira Marley in court on the following date of intermission.
Notwithstanding, two of the performer’s siblings and his cousins showed up in court over supposed robbery of a vehicle and a PDA.
The respondents, Idris Fashola, 18, Babatunde Fashola, 24; and Kunle Obere, 22, are confronting four checks verging on intrigue, taking, attack and hindering the capture of Naira Marley.
The main judge allowed the three respondents N500,000 bail with two sureties in like whole.
He requested the IPO to create Naira Marley under the steady gaze of the court on December 21, when the case would be recorded for further hearing.
The examiner, ASP Edet Okoi, told the court that the three respondents submitted the offenses on December 16, at Eko Hotel Roundabout on Victoria Island, Lagos.
He said the trio, who were in a motorcade with Naira Marley, took a Toyota Camry vehicle with Registration No. Expense 120 AA esteemed at N1.8 million and an IPhone X5 worth N330,000 having a place with one Mr Adelekan Ademola.
He included that the three litigants and others everywhere ambushed the complainant by pummeling him.
Okoi affirmed that the subsequent respondent, Babatunde Fashola and others everywhere blocked the police while playing out their legal obligation and kept them from capturing Naira Marley.
“One of the vehicles in the performer’s motorcade hit the complainant’s vehicle from the back(sic) while he was tossing out cash from his vehicle to his fans.
“At the point when the complainant descended from the vehicle to investigate the harm, Obere went into the complainant’s Camry and drove it off with the motorcade.
“Ademola answered to the police and the vehicle was followed to where it was left at Jakande Crescent, Oniru in Lagos.
“At the point when the police landed at the area in organization with the complainant, Naira Marley and his young men began beating the complainant.
“A gathering of young men blocked the police from capturing the performer yet they had the option to secure the three litigants,” he affirmed.
He said the offenses negated Sections 112,172, 287 and 411 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015.