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Cybercriminals Earn Millions And Spend It Wildly…

While cybercriminals don’t pay taxes on their income, if they did, their annual earnings might push them into one of the higher tax brackets. Some spend their money like legitimate earners typically do – but others tend to blow it on fast cars, hookers and drugs. According to a Bromium analysis of …

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ICT Experts Advise Facebook Users to Secure Their Accounts…

It is gathered as some ICT stakeholders in Abuja on Friday called on Facebook users to learn how to secure their accounts from possible intrusions. The stakeholders made the call against the backdrop of revelation that millions of users’ personal information was obtained from Facebook by Cambridge Analytica, a political-consultancy …

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Police Arrested 12 Suspects in Offa Robbery Attack…

The police have revealed the identities of 12 suspects who were arrested for alleged connection to the last Thursday’s robbery in Offa, Kwara State. Armed robbers stormed the community the afternoon of April 5, killing 17 people and raiding five banks. Eight police officers at Owode Division, Offa, were also killed in …

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Oluleye Picks APC Form, Joins Ekiti Guber Race…

Mr Oluwole Oluleye, a former Executive Secretary, Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) on Friday picked the Expression of Interest and Nomination Forms for forthcoming Ekiti governorship election. Oluleye who picked the forms at the All Progressives Congress (APC)’ National Secretariat in Abuja promised to lay a foundation for solid …

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Court Adjourns Suit Against APC Over Tenure Elongation…

A Federal High Court in Lagos on Friday fixed May 3 to hear a suit by a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adewale Hameed, challenging the purported tenure elongation of APC’s national officers including its chairman, John Odigie-Oyegun. Listed as defendants are Mr Odigie-Oyegun, Segun Oni, Deputy National …

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Nigeria Launches Emergency Power Supply Projects…

The Federal Government and the Japanese International Cooperation Agency on Thursday inaugurated projects for emergency improvement of electricity supply facilities. According to both parties, the power capacitor bank project will help improve the voltage of electricity supplied to selected locations across the country. The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, …

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