Blessing Okoro, a social media influencer who goes by the name “Blessing CEO,” has been granted bail by a Federal High Court in Lagos, Southwest Nigeria, for alleged cyber-bullying. The Nigeria Police Force had charged Okoro with six counts of cyber-bullying, libel, and for exhibiting uncensored movies. The police accused Okoro of intentionally sending messages to bully, threaten and harass one Folashade Samuels, a.k.a Mamajazz, the younger sister to the late Bimbo Ogbonna. The police also accused Okoro of using her Instagram handle to harm the reputation of Folashade Samuels and the late Bimbo Ogbonna by exposing them to hatred, contempt, and ridicule. Additionally, the police accused Okoro of exhibiting a film titled “Sweet Sour” without a censorship certificate and without holding a license issued by the National Film & Video Censors Board (NFVCB). Okoro had pleaded not guilty to the charges. Justice Bogoro had ordered that she be remanded in custody until May 30th for the hearing of her bail application. On Tuesday, a counsel for Blessing CEO filed a bail application on her behalf, which was granted in the absence of opposition. She was admitted to N10 million bail each with two sureties in like sum. The case is still ongoing.