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How we kill… Army Robbery.

Suspect It was a harvest of the arrest of over 400 criminal suspects that have been terrorising Lagos State. Among them were robbery suspects, suspected kidnappers, self-confessed fraudsters, traffic robbers and cultists who confessed to belonging to different confraternities. In Lagos State, one of the security challenges confronting the Police is the activities of cultists. There is no area in the state that does not have at least four different confraternities. These have been discovered to be responsible for most robberies in the state. Their activities have assumed a worrisome dimension, owing to constant cult clashes during which they brandish dangerous weapons such as guns, axes, cutlasses and broken bottles. Most times they loot shops and dispossess innocent residents of cash and other valuables

United States Attorney in dilemma.

United States Attorney Nick Hanna said: "BEC schemes are one of the most difficult cybercrimes we encounter as they typically involve a co-ordinated group of con artists scattered around the world who have experience with computer hacking and exploiting the international financial system. "This case targets a key player in a large, transnational conspiracy who was living an opulent lifestyle in another country while allegedly providing safe havens for stolen money around the world. "As this case demonstrates, my office will continue to hold such criminals accountable, no matter where they live." If convicted of conspiracy to engage in money laundering, Abbas would face a statutory maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison. Abbas has not commented on the allegations. Instagram influencer Ramon Abbas,

D’banj slams N1.5 billion lawsuit on Seyitan over rape allegation

D’banj slams N1.5 billion lawsuit on Seyitan over rape allegation D’banj through his lawyer Mike Ozekhome also asked Seyitan to desist posting offensive posts and tweets about the alleged rape incident against the Afro-pop artiste. Ozekhome is demanding that “the sum of N1,000,000,000.00 (One Billion Million Naim) only” be paid to D’banj which represents “general, damages over the untold embarrassment, derision, public ridicule, odium, obloquy, marital disharmony, mental agony and psychological trauma which the Defendant’s tweets and publications have caused the Claimant.” Another N500 million was requested by Dbanj’s lawyer for “representing aggravated, punitive and exemplary damages” in the allegation against the singer. Prior to the lawsuit, D’banj’s lawyer had demanded that Seyitan pays the sum of N100m within 48 hours or risk legal

Detectives arrest popular nightclub owner over alleged money laundering

Detectives arrest popular nightclub owner over alleged money laundering Popular nightclub owner and Instagram celebrity, Okechukwu popularly called ‘Cubana Chief Priest’ has been arrested by detectives attached to the Inspector General of Police Monitoring Unit. Okechukwu is the proprietor of posh nightclub, The Cubana with outlets on Lagos Island and Ikeja. Top police sources at the Police Force Headquarters annex in Lagos told The Guardian that he is being held in custody for money laundering, reckless use of policemen and questionable lavish lifestyle.  The club owner was seen on his social media page displaying foreign currencies, which raised the attention of detectives.“As I speak with you, he is in our cell. They use the police recklessly on social media and display bunch of

US-based Nigerian sentenced to jail for love scam

US-based Nigerian sentenced to jail for love scam A 51-year-old man of Nigerian origin, Ronayerin Ogolor, has been sentenced to three years in prison for internet fraud in the United States. Ogolor was sentenced by US Chief District Judge, Beth Phillips, and was ordered to pay $871,739 in restitution to his 13 victims. Court documents said 13 victims from around the US and Italy each sent tens of thousands of dollars to Ogolor. In one case, a widow from Indiana who received a friend request on Facebook was led to believe that one of Ogolor’s accomplices was a widower named ‘Lawrence Garrison’ working on an oil rig off the coast of Louisiana. In October 2019, Ogolor pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit