According to reports, 2Baba’s longtime manager, Efe Omorogbe has been arrested in connection with the crisis facing the Copyright Society Of Nigeria (COSON).
The organisation has been experiencing an internal crisis that has divided the house into two factions – one led by Mr. Efe Omorogbe while Mr Toni Okoroji leads the other faction.
Today, it has been reported that the police got involved in the case and 2Baba’s manager, Mr Efe Omorogbe was arrested on the grounds of forgery and impersonation after he was reported by the incumbent chairman of the organization, Mr Toni Okoroji.
Sources revealed to LIB that Efe Omorogbe and another man, Joel Ajayi were arrested and detained over the issue. The duo spent the night at Zone 2 Police Headquarters, Lagos before they were charged to court, in the presence of Magistrate O.O.Oshin of Igbosere Magistrate 1 on a four-count charge of forgery, fraud, falsification of documents with the intent to defraud and having conducted himself alongside others at large to commit breach of peace, stormed the meeting of venue of the COSON Chairman, committed an offence punishable under section 168 (d) of the Criminal Law of Lagos State of Nigeria, 2015.
“After trying to break into the COSON house in iIeja for a meeting with ‘thugs’, Efe went on to forge the letterhead of COSON and sent out which is a crime. He was reported to the police and when he admitted to the crime, it became a criminal offence and the Police Commissioner has stepped in”
A very highly placed source revealed.
“After the court hearing today, he was granted bail and the case has been adjourned till May 17th 2018 in the case file A/29/2018 between Commissioner of Police vs Efe Omorogbe and Joel Ajayi.”