26 September 2017

Dammy Krane returns to Nigeria after credit card fraud saga

Nigerian singer Dammy Krane has returned to Nigeria after a court in Miami-Dade County, Florida, US, struck out charges of credit card forgery, armed conspiracy and grand theft against him.
The singer, in a video shared on Instagram, could be seen jubilating as fans welcomed him at Murtala Mohammed Airport in Lagos.
The artiste, whose real name is Oyindamola Emmanuel Johnson-Hunga, was arrested in June this year for allegedly booking a private jet with a stolen credit card.
The private jet company, Tap Jets, had alleged that Krane used stolen credit card numbers to book one of its planes.
The 'Amin' hit singer had maintained his innocence during the entire ordeal. He had stressed that he does not engage in fraud and blamed the agent for his show in the US for booking his flight with fraudulent cards.
He was released from jail after posting bail of $7500 and reappeared in court June 23, 2017.
Shortly after touching down in Nigeria, he tweeted: "Feels great to b back home" and added that, "I suppose sue that tap her company!!! Use me do free promo !!! KPA update!!"
A free man, Dammy Krane is back to work recording songs. He had released a new video, 'Prayer' highlighting his ordeal.

Jubilation in Nigeria as DammyKrane arrives Lagos, following his fraud saga in the U.S

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Story by Ernest Dela Aglanu