Buhari and Naira Marley

We Have A Living Dead President in Nigeria, Naira Marley attacks Buhari in New Post

Controversial hip-hop singer, Azeez Fashola, popularly known as Naira Marley, on Wednesday, January 1, 2020 has attacked Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari in a new post for year 2020.

He started 2020 with his Hilarious tweets again, The artist who is known for his outspoken lifestyle has come for President Muhammadu Buhari on the first day of the year 2020.

Recall that police alleged Naira Marley for stealing a car and the police filed four counts of conspiracy, stealing, assault and obstructing the police against him before the Lagos State Magistrates’ Court at Tinubu.

The artist reacted to a trending tweet from the Late Micheal Jackson twitter account wishing everyone a Happy New year, the surprised artist decided to troll the president on the tweet by saying he was suprised a dead was sending out a new year message but in Nigeria we have a Living dead President.

However, people on social media has started reacting to Naira Marley tweets, Many said the artist is beginning to pass his boundaries, some praise him to be the New Fela Anikulapo Kuti

” Micheal Jackson: Wishing everyone a happy and healthy New Year!

“Naira Marley replying: Can you imagine a dead person is wishing us happy new year, mean while our so call president is behaving like a living dead.

Meanwhile, Newsflash247 had earlier reported that the alleged car theft case against hip-hop singer, Azeez Fashola, alias Naira Marley; his two siblings, Idris and Babatunde Fashola; and cousin, Kunle Obere, may be settled out of court.

The police filed four counts of conspiracy, stealing, assault and obstructing the police against them before the Lagos State Magistrates’ Court at Tinubu.

While Idris, Babatunde and Obere have been arraigned on December 16, Naira Marley has yet to present himself in court.

At the last hearing on December 31, 2019, the magistrate, Mr Tajudeen Elias, threatened to issue a warrant for the arrest of the singer.

But after being persuaded by Naira Marley’s lawyer, Ayodeji Awokulehin, the magistrate further adjourned the case till January 14, 2020.

In a chat with journalists outside the courtroom, Awokunlehin said his client had initiated an out-of-court settlement talk with the complainant, Mr Adelekan Ademola, who alleged that Naira Marley and others stole his Toyota Camry vehicle with Registration No. FEE 120 AA valued at N1.8m and an iPhone X5 worth N330,000.

The lawyer expressed the hope that the matter would be settled before the adjourned date.

 “The police have no problem with an out-of-court settlement; we hope that an agreement will be reached before the next adjourned date,” Awokulehin said.

The police prosecutor, Edet Okoi,  had told the court that the defendants committed the offence on December 15, at Eko Hotel Roundabout, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Okoi said, “One of the vehicles in the musician’s motorcade hit the complainant’s vehicle from the back while he was throwing out money from his vehicle to his fans.

“When the complainant came down from the vehicle to inspect the damage, Obere entered the complainant’s Camry and drove it off with the motorcade. Ademola reported to the police and the vehicle was tracked to where it was parked at Jakande Crescent, Oniru in Lagos.

“When the police arrived at the location in company with the complainant, Naira Marley and his boys started beating the complainant.

“A group of boys obstructed the police from arresting the musician but they were able to apprehend the three defendants.”

The prosecutor said they acted contrary to sections 112,172, 287 and 411 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015.


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