Nigerian musician, Zlatan Ibile has been temporarily released from the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Comission (EFCC).
Naija News reports that Zlatan Ibile was released after a five-days of intense grilling in the detention of the Nigeria’s anti-graft agency since he was apprehended alongside Naira Marley on Friday, May 10.
Zlatan Ibile and two others were reportedly set free but are to report to the EFCC’s office on a daily basis for further questioning and interrogation.
He was released alongside two others who were all arrested on Friday in connection with advance fee fraud popularly known ‘Yahoo Yahoo.’
Naija News understands that the EFCC is holding on to Naira Marley because of some hard evidence found in his laptop which the source claimed that are incriminating.
In a similar vein, another source revealed that Naira Marley might be charged to court in the light of evidence recovered from him.