Fans to upcoming Nigerian artiste, Azeez Fashola aka Naira Marley have taken to the streets to protest for rapper’s release from The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) custody.
The fans were seen holding placards with the words ‘free Naira Marley’. They also called out the commission for not doing their job when young boys were suffering.
Earlier on Thursday, May 16, it was reported that the EFCC revealed that rapper Naira Marley would be arraigned to court on an 11-count charge bordering on alleged credit card fraud. The commission had revealed that the rapper would be arraigned to court on Monday, May 20, to be tried.
Ahead of Monday 20, arraignment, some Naira Marley fans have taken to the street to protest for Naira Marley’s freedom. The fans were seen in more than two vehicles protesting for the rapper. They were heard chanting “free Naira Marley!” while holding placards written with the same words as they headed for the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission office.
In a video that surfaced on social media, the young Nigerians were heard calling out EFCC, asking where they were when young boys were suffering.