Now, they are claiming they are innocent and were coerced into making the apology video where they admitted to owning NGL…
They were arraigned before a magistrate court in Yaba and granted bail in the sum of N500,000 each and two sureties each. The police seized a laptop, a camera and 2 Canadian passports from the sisters. However, at a second hearing into the case in January 2017, the sisters did not appear in court.
In an interview with CTV News Toronto, they claim to were blindsided with the allegations and apology video, and the Canadian embassy issued a temporary visa which they used to leave Nigeria.
“I think the stain on our reputation will never be cleared because no matter what we do, its always going to be there.”