Naira Marley court trial resumed this week following an 11-count charge that was preferred on him by the Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
A prosecution witness in the fraud case against the rapper, disclosed to the court that various stolen credit card information were found on Naira Marley’s laptop.
According to reports by Premium Times, Nuru Buhari, who gave witness in front of Justice Nicholas Oweibo of the Federal High Court in Lagos, on Wednesday, October 23, disclosed that apart from the credit card information found on the computer, the browsing history revealed that the most visited sites were involved with the sale and purchase of stolen credit card information.
Buhari said: “During analysis, the cache file and history file revealed that the most frequently visited sites by the user of the computer include arder007.org, Zuni.sa, nationwidecheckbalance.co.uk, ferunshop.net and cocoa.co.uk.”
The witness while being led by EFCC counsel, Rotimi Oyedepo, disclosed that a stolen credit card information with a special status that allows transaction up to $12,000 (N4.3m), without a pin or physical card was found in a file named select BIN 101.txt and .txt.
Speaking on some suspicious applications that were also found in the Soapy crooner’s computer, the witness said:
“We analysed installed apps on the laptop and we found two apps that enables the owner of the computer to decide the server of a bank as to his identity and location, IP VANISH and TOR browser.”