Cubana Chief Priest Granted Bail on N10 Million Bond for Naira Abuse Charges

At the Federal High Court in Lagos State, businessman and socialite, Pascal Okechukwu, popularly known as Cubana Chief Priest, has been granted bail on a N10 million bond with two sureties in like sum.

The celebrity barman had previously pleaded not guilty to charges of tampering and abusing the naira during his trial.

Cubana Chief Priest, known for his lavish lifestyle and high-profile connections, was arraigned before the Federal High Court in Lagos for allegedly contravening the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Act.

The charges against him involve the abuse and tampering of the Nigerian currency, a violation punishable under the law.

During the trial, Cubana Chief Priest entered a plea of not guilty to the charges, prompting the court to grant him bail on the aforementioned conditions.

The conditions of the bail mandate that the socialite must provide two sureties who are of good standing and have landed properties within the jurisdiction of the court.

The case has garnered significant attention due to Cubana Chief Priest’s prominence in the Nigerian entertainment industry and his social media presence.

The outcome of this legal battle is being closely watched by his fans and followers, as well as the general public.

As the case progresses, it remains to be seen how the court will ultimately rule on the allegations against Cubana Chief Priest.

The outcome could have implications not only for the socialite but also for the broader understanding of the legal consequences of tampering with and abusing the Nigerian currency.

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