Nel Carter, an indigene of Delta state has shared photos of the deplorable condition of Uboh Street, Owanta Road, Delta State. In the photos, houses are being swept off due to bad state of the road, forcing most of the occupants of the street to leave.
He said, 'the Delta State Government have claimed to have awarded this years ago, yet it gets worse as its raining now'.
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The Abuja police have arrested a pastor, Egbunu Vicent Onuche, 25, who specializes in employment racketeering after he duped one Ijeoma Ebenje of N200,000, with a promise of employment with the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS).
The senior pastor of Spirit Embassy church located in Gwagwalada, explained that he met one Alhaji Sanusi Musa sometime back, who told him that if he had anybody looking for employment he can assist.
Vincent then informed his friend Ekene, Ijeoma’s brother, who then told her about the offer. She was asked to pay the sum of N200,000, which she did and even got a confirmation email from the fraudster-created Immigration e-mail address.
He said 16 other people also paid him the sums ranging from N200,000 to N300, 000 for employment into the Nigeria Prison Service and placement into the Nigeria Immigration Service before the arrest.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Makurdi Zonal Office has secured the conviction of one Ikechukwu Sunday Onovo, an ATM fraudster.
A statement from the antigraft agency says the Commission had arrested, investigated and taken Onovo before Justice Mobolaji Olajuwon sitting at Federal High Court Makurdi, Benue State.
Following a plea bargain arrangement between him and the Commission, he was re-arraigned on a one-count amended charge that replaced the initial charge against him.
The count reads: “That you, Ikechukwu Sunday Onovo, on or about the 19th day of April, 2019 at Makurdi, in the Makurdi judicial Division of the Federal High Court did steal an electronic card to wit: A Union Bank Debit Card issued in the name of Mukhtar Ali and withdrew the sum of N390,000.00 from the said account and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 33(3) of the Cybercrime (prohibition prevention Etc.) Act, 2015.”
He pleaded “guilty” to the...
A Nigerian mum, Bunmi Dipo-Salami, has shared her 21 years old daughter's experience with Nigerian police who arrested her because she had old Nigerian naira notes in her wallet.
The war on women was brought into my bedroom on Friday night when my 21-year old daughter, Temisan was arrested by the Police at the check-point by the City Capitol hotel in Abuja at 23.23h for possession of old Nigerian currencies - one twenty naira (N20.00) and fifty naira (N50.00). That was three minutes after she called me she was on her way home and had shared her Taxify trip status with me.
She had gone for dinner with her friends at the Ivory Place in Wuse 2 and was on her way back home when the Police team of four stopped the car she was riding in, asked her to come down and started searching her handbag. When they could not find...