Alleged Money Laundering: Video Of Bobrisky Arriving Court

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A video of embattled crossdresser Idris Okuneye, also known as Bobrisky, coming to the Federal High Court in Lagos on Friday to face the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for naira mutilation and money laundering has emerged online.

He approached the premises wearing a long black jalamia garment and was flanked by security personnel.

When he arrived, cameramen raced to photograph him while he covered his face with a scarf.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) brought six charges against Bobrisky, including money laundering and inappropriate management of national currency.

Bobrisky is scheduled to make his plea before Justice Abimbola Awogboro, the vacation judge supervising the proceedings.

Bobrisky, who had been in EFCC custody since Wednesday night, was unable to meet the terms of the administrative bail granted to him on Thursday.

In the first four charges, the defendant was charged with naira abuse. The fifth and sixth counts accused him of wrongdoing related to his firm, Bob Express.

See the video below.


Meanwhile, Chidi Odinkalu, a former Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission, has criticized the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for detaining crossdresser Idris Okuneye alias Bobrisky.

He viewed Bobrisky’s arrest as a misuse of authority. Recall that Bobrisky was arrested in Pinnock Estate in Lagos State on Wednesday, April 3, and imprisoned at the EFCC’s Lagos command office.

The EFCC said on Thursday on its official Instagram page that its operatives had launched an inquiry into Bobrisky for allegedly spraying Naira notes.

According to the statement, the EFCC invited the 31-year-old crossdresser after a video was released showing her spraying and flaunting wads of fresh Naira notes at the ‘Ajakaju’ movie premiere, produced by Nollywood star Eniola Ajao, on March 24, 2024, at Film One Circle Mall in Lekki, Lagos.

Odinkalu responded in a post on X, saying the authority of arrest and prosecution is a public trust that should not be used to pursue individuals they dislike.

He wrote:

“The @officialEFCC shd be ashamed of themselves. The power of arrest & prosecution is a public trust that shd not be weaponized for the persecution of those whom they don’t like. It is either @officialEFCC is evidently idle or this is clear #AbuseOfPower.
Ystday, @NigeriaGov & @NERCNG hiked energy beyond the reach of most #Nigerians. Today, @officialEFCC orchestrates a lynching of #Bobrisky.
“Ppl who can no longer afford electricity are hailing them because, apparently Bobby is responsible for their poverty.
Bobrisky is responsible for rigging ur elections; corrupting ur courts; looting ur Treasury; sending the Naira sky-high; recruiting & paying #BokoHaram & the bandits. He must be the problem with #Nigeria.”
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