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Actress, Debby Oguntoyibo Arrested in Canada For Identity Theft & Impersonation

Police investigating theft of identities of at least 20 Toronto-area women in the past 2 years alone. Police say she is one of the most prolific identity thieves they’ve recently encountered CBC NEWS and Linda Ikeji's Blog reports. They say 26-year-old Deborah Oguntoyinbo, of Toronto, has left a trail of shattered lives and destroyed credit... Continue Reading →

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Hushpuppi Now Identifies as a Real Estate Developer After Mompha’s Arrest

One of Nigeria sung heroes, Hushpuppi online is currently scampering his dear life and holding on to his last few precious moments as the law enforcement officers close in on him. According to Gistmania, Hushpuppi was considered a legend and hero to many Nigerians, he is a reference point of prayer in many Nigerian churches,... Continue Reading →

When You Show Off Your Wealth, Be Sure To Show Us How You Got It – Dolapo Badmus to Mompha

Zone 2 police public relations officer, Dolapo Badmus has just fired what appears to be a direct shot at flamboyant Nigerian ‘big boy’, Mompha who was recently arrested by the EFCC. According to Badmus, If you really want to show opulence and display wealth extraordinaire, be ready to display how you also worked hard to... Continue Reading →

Nigerian Lawyer, Shonaiya Blasts EFCC For Parading Video Of Mompha On Social Media Before Trial

Nigerian Lawyer and Entertainment Consultant, Ayo Shonaiya has lashed out at EFCC over what he describes as a 'stupid move' by the anti-graft agency for parading suspected fraudster, Mompha on social media before trial Information Nigeria reports. According to EFCC, Mompha was arrested on Friday, October 18, 2019, at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja... Continue Reading →

How Hackers Stole N752M From Flour Mills UBA Bank Accounts

An auditor with United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, Ojo Oladimeji, has told a Federal High Court, Lagos, how suspected fraudsters hacked into the bank’s server and fraudulently withdrew N752 million from the accounts of the Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc, domiciled with his bank. According to news reports from The Capital, Oladimaji made sterling... Continue Reading →

Niger Republic Alerts Federal Government Of $1.7m (N610m) Cash In Maina’s Niamey Home

The Nigerian government has been alerted by Nigerien authorities over $1.7m cash found in an apartment believed to be owned by arrested former Chairman of the Pension Reform Task Team, Abdulrasheed Maina. Maina who sneaked into the country from Dubai to avoid getting arrested is under investigation for alleged mismanagement of over N24billion pension funds... Continue Reading →

EFCC Arrests Suspected Fraudster, Abdulrauf Illyasu At Presidential Villa, Abuja

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has arrested a suspected impersonator and fraudster, Abdulrauf Illyasu, for allegedly defrauding members of the public within the precincts of the Presidential Villa, Abuja. Illyasu was said to have secured an office opposite the presidential banquet hall, where he carried out his nefarious activities. EFCC sources informed reporters in... Continue Reading →

How Nigerian Professor Chika Nwankpa Squandered $200k Research Funds @ Strip Clubs in the US

Chikaodinaka Nwankpa, a professor at Drexel University, Philadelphia, blew nearly $200,000 of federal research grant at strip clubs. Drexel University settled with federal prosecutors for $190,000 on Monday to avoid a potential lawsuit from the Justice Department, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported. The settlement was an effort to recoup funds that the former head of Drexel’s... Continue Reading →

FG Confisticates N280M Found In Fraudstar, Invictus Obi AKA Obinwanne Okeke’s Bank Account

The Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered the temporary forfeiture of the sum of N280,555,010.65 discovered in the bank accounts of Invictus Oil and Gas Limited and Invictus Investment Limited. Obinwanne Okeke aka #Invictus is currently standing trial in the U.S over an alleged $11m cyber fraud, following his recent arrest by the FBI.... Continue Reading →

InvictusObii Told To Pay Back $11M and Face 30 Years In Jail

The decision affirmed the investigation of the U.S. Department of Justice, conducted by the F.B.I, and now set the stage for the commencement of criminal trial. Besides the indictment, the jury also recommended that Mr. Okeke be made to forfeit at least $11 million in cash and asset or both if convicted. An emerald cut... Continue Reading →

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