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113 Cyber Crime Suspects In EFCC Net

The Benin Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) said it  has arrested no fewer than 113 internet fraud suspects in eight months through its ‘Operation Re-wire’.  The arrest took place between January and August in its area of jurisdiction, including Edo,Delta  and Ondo states. They achieved …

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South Africa Vows To Stop Xenophobic Attacks After Five Die

Five people have been killed in a surge of xenophobic violence in South Africa, police said as President Cyril Ramaphosa vowed to clamp down and the African Union, Nigeria and Zambia condemned the attacks.   a crowd armed with axes and machetes gathered in Johannesburg’s central business district for a third …

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Magu Begs FG To Fight Against Cyber Crime

EFFC acting chairman Ibrahim Magu has urged the Federal Government to pay rapt attention to cybercrime in the country because of its effect on the economy. He was represented by Micheal  Wetkast,  head of Gombe office of the commission. Has said that the involvement of unscrupulous Nigerians in cyber fraud …

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El-Zakzaky, wife on another medical trip soon

Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, the embattled leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) and wife Zeenat, will soon embark on another medical trip. The Shiite leader would be accompanied by security operatives like the botched trip to Delhi and India, has learnt yesterday. A top member of the IMN, who …

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‘Lalong’ sacks SSG, appoints Chief of Staff

Plateau State Governor, Simon Lalong on Thursday sacked the Acting Secretary to the State Government, Mr. Richard Tokma.  While replacing him with Prof. Danladi Abok Atu. Mr. Makut Macham, the Director of Press and Public Affairs, has it that Lalong equally appointed Noel K. Donjur as his Chief of Staff.

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Catholic Priest, Set Ablaze

Some bandits have ambushed and killed a Catholic Priest at  Kufai Amadu in Takun Local Government Area of Taraba State. Setting him and his vehicle ablaze. It was gathered that the priest was on his way to Tukum for a peace meeting with his fellow clergymen in order to resolve …

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Divine intervention is needed, says Olukoya

The Founder and General Overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, Daniel Olukoya, on Sunday said Nigeria needed the divine intervention of God to overcome its trials and troubles. Olukoya said this while speaking with journalists at the international convention and 30th anniversary of the MFM themed ‘Rearranged for …

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