The management of arrested NIgierian rapper Naira Marley, has revealed that the musician is not the owner of the laptop that was found with him by operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The singer was arrested about a week ago by the EFCC for alleged connection to cybercrime and internet fraud.
He was arrested alongside singer Zlatan, and a few others. Zlatan who was arrested alongside Naira Marley finally got his freedom, leaving behind his fellow rapper in custody.
According to reports, Marley is still in the EFCC custody due to the level on incriminating things found on his laptop.
However, the singer’s management has put out a statement claiming the laptop found on the singer belongs to someone else.
In the statement, it was claimed that the singer borrowed the laptop to enable him upload music, record videos and work while he is in Nigeria.
Meanwhile, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has said Marley cannot be released due to the ‘overwhelming evidence’ against him.
Read full statement below