Just recently, it was announced that Chude Nnamdi has been granted bail. There were many people who had set their keen eyes on the arrest news of Chude Nnamdi. Netizens were speculating when will Chude Nnamdi be granted bail. But finally, he has been granted bail. But do you know why Chude Nnamdi was arrested? Many people are in a frenzy to know the reason for Chude Nnamdi’s arrest. What are the charges against him? In this article, we have tried to cater to all the queries that are taking place in people’s minds regarding this story. So be sticky with this page and keep reading this article. Scroll down the page and take a look below.
Why did Chude Nnamdi get Arrested?
Chude Nnamdi is a noted personality on social media. He is widely popular for his TikTok videos. He has a sizable fan following across social media. This is why people in large volumes have been talking about his arrest. The news of Chude Nnamdi’s bail surfaced after he was arraigned before Gladys Olotu before the trial judge on Thursday, April 20, 2023. At the conclusion of the trial, the court granted him bail. But what are the charges against him? Read this in the next section. Scroll down the page.
The social media influencer Chude Nnamdi was arrested on a charge of cyberstalking. Yes, you heard it right, believe it or not, Chude Nnamdi is accused of cyberstalking. He was arrested on one count of cyberstalking. Meanwhile, the social media influencer pleaded not guilty to the charges. Thus the court granted him bail. The prosecutor in the case, Usman Baba Alkali stated that police mentioned in the charge sheet that Chude Nnamdi “did knowingly and intentionally” send a message via a tweet from his Twitter handle for the “purpose of causing annoyance, inconvenience, and danger”. Scroll down the page and read more details.
The charge sheet further added, “That you know to be false for the purpose of causing annoyance, inconvenience, danger, insult, injury, criminal intimidation, enmity, hatred, ill will or needless anxiety to the person of Dr. Emeka Offor and thereby commit cyberstalking punishable under Section 24 (1)(b) of the Cybercrime (Prohibition, Prevention, etc) ACT, 2015.” But the defendant’s counsel argued that the accused is bailable under the law. He will appear in court on May 17 during the trial. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.