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Party-goers in Lagos are afraid of Naira spraying them; Abike Dabiri-Erewa shares her experience

Apr 23, 2024 | Entertainment | 0 comments

Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the Chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, highlighted the fear surrounding the spraying of Naira notes at parties in Lagos State. The apprehension arises from recent legal actions against individuals accused of abusing the national currency.

Following the Federal High Court in Lagos convicting controversial Nigerian crossdresser Idris Okuneye, popularly known as Bobrisky, for abusing the Naira, many party-goers are now cautious. Bobrisky was sentenced to six months imprisonment without the option of a fine. Similarly, Nigerian businessman and socialite Pascal Okechukwu, better known as Cubana Chief Priest, was arraigned earlier this week on three counts bordering on the abuse of Naira by allegedly spraying and tampering with the nation’s currency at a social event. During his trial, the celebrity barman pleaded not guilty and was granted N10 million bail with two sureties in like sum.

In a video posted on her Instagram page on Saturday, Abike Dabiri-Erewa shared her experience at a birthday party in Lagos. In it, she stated that everyone, including her, was scared of spraying money.

The apprehension over the spraying of Naira comes in the wake of these legal actions. Naija News reported the incident, revealing that the recent legal actions have created fear among party-goers, making them cautious about spraying Naira notes at social events. Abike’s account underlines the broader impact of these legal cases on social behavior and cultural practices.

Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the Chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, shed light on the fear surrounding the spraying of Naira notes at parties in Lagos State. The apprehension arises from recent legal actions against individuals accused of abusing the national currency.

Following the Federal High Court in Lagos convicting controversial Nigerian crossdresser Idris Okuneye, popularly known as Bobrisky, for abusing the Naira, many party-goers are now cautious. Bobrisky was sentenced to six months imprisonment without the option of a fine. Similarly, Nigerian businessman and socialite Pascal Okechukwu, better known as Cubana Chief Priest, was arraigned earlier this week on three counts bordering on the abuse of Naira by allegedly spraying and tampering with the nation’s currency at a social event. During his trial, the celebrity barman pleaded not guilty and was granted N10 million bail with two sureties in like sum.

In a video posted on her Instagram page on Saturday, Abike Dabiri-Erewa shared her experience at a birthday party in Lagos. In it, she stated that everyone, including her, was scared of spraying money.

The apprehension over the spraying of Naira comes in the wake of these legal actions. Naija News reported the incident, revealing that the recent legal actions have created fear among party-goers, making them cautious about spraying Naira notes at social events. Abike’s account underlines the broader impact of these legal cases on social behavior and cultural practices.

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