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Cubana Chief Priest Granted ₦10 Million Bail — Here’s Why

Accused of Misusing Money: Cubana Chief Priest Gets Bail



Cubana Chief Priest Granted ₦10 Million Bail

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Accused of Misusing Money: Cubana Chief Priest Gets Bail

Pascal Okechukwu, also known as Cubana Chief Priest, has been allowed bail of ₦10 million by a Lagos court. This decision comes after he said he didn’t do anything wrong in response to charges from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) about misusing Nigerian money.


Cubana Chief Priest, a famous person in Nigeria’s party scene, got into trouble after the EFCC said he misused money at parties. They say he threw around lots of ₦500 notes.

What Happened in Court:

Today in court, Cubana Chief Priest, with his lawyer, argued against the charges, saying he didn’t do what the EFCC said. He said he didn’t break the law.


The EFCC accused him of three things, all involving throwing ₦500 notes at parties. They say this breaks a law about messing with money from the Central Bank of Nigeria.

  1. February 13, 2024: He’s accused of throwing money at Eko Hotel during a party.
  2. 2020: They say he did the same thing at a party in Lagos.
  3. January 2024: Again, they say he threw money at a party in Lagos.

Bail Decision:

Even though the charges are serious, the court said Cubana Chief Priest can leave if he pays ₦10 million. This lets him get ready for the trial and argue his side in court.


Now, Cubana Chief Priest has a chance to defend himself. This bail marks the start of a big fight in court where he’ll try to prove he’s not guilty. As the case goes on, we’ll learn more about what happened and who’s right.

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