Seun Egbegbe, Toyin Abraham’s Ex-lover, Has Been Released From Prison After Serving 42 Months For Phone Theft.

Olajide Kareem, otherwise known as Seun Egbegbe, a Nollywood producer and maker, has been conceded his opportunity in the wake of serving three years and a half year in jail.

Seun Egbegbe, an ex-admirer of Nollywood entertainer Toyin Abraham, was detained on February 10, 2017, for acquiring cash by trickery from something like 40 authorities de change administrators in different pieces of Lagos somewhere in the range of 2015 and 2017.

Egbegbe, the supervisor of Black Creation, supposedly cheated the BDC administrators by professing to have naira to trade for unfamiliar monetary standards as well as the other way around.

The police had accused him of a progression of cheats adding up to N39,098,100, $90,000, and £12,550.

On February 10, 2017, Seun Egbegbe and one Oyekan Ayomide were summoned before Equity Oluremi Oguntoyinbo on 36 counts of advance charge extortion.

The charge sheet was subsequently corrected two times, with the quantity of respondents expanded to 40 and three new litigants added – Lawal Kareem, Olalekan Yusuf, and Muyideen Shoyombo.

Guiltless Anyigor, the indicting counsel for the police, expressed that Seun Egbegbe and different respondents disregarded Segment 8 of the Development Charge Misrepresentation and Other Related Offenses Act 2006 and were responsible to be rebuffed under Area 1(3) of a similar Demonstration.

Nonetheless, subsequent to exploring his case, the Government High Court in Ikoyi has viewed Seun Egbegbe to be blameworthy of only one of the 44 means something negative for him.

Egbegbe was delivered on October 11, 2022. Equity Oluremi Oguntoyinbo decided that 43 of the 44 Exclude charges were tossed because of an absence of observers to back up their cases.

She additionally grumbled that the arraigning group neglected to deliver proof to be upheld by observers on Counts 4, 19, and 21.

Equity Oguntoyinbo additionally decided that all cash recuperated from Seun Egbegbe as proof ought to be gotten back to him, in spite of police altering the cash recuperated from the suspects.