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Drama As Nigerian Mom Storms Sports Betting Center To Beat Gambling Son (Video).

A Nigerian mom is going viral at the moment after a video surfaced showing how she dealt with her son for gambling.

According to online reports, the mom traced her son to a betting centre and beat the hell out of him after trying so hard to get him to stop gambling.

The report stated that the young boy is addicted to gambling and his mom has continued to try to get him off this addiction to no avail.

The video, which has since gone viral, saw her pummeling him right there at the betting centre.

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Seven internet fraudsters sent to prison in Enugu State.

Seven internet fraudsters A.K.A ‘Yahoo boys’ have been sentenced to various jail terms by Justice Ibrahim Buba of the Federal High Court Enugu.

Among them is one Alex Chibundu who was sentenced to a month imprisonment on one count charge bordering on obtaining by false pretence. Chibundu, alias Bentley Diego in September 2019 allegedly attempted to defraud unsuspecting persons with the account name “Bentley Diego” on Facebook.

The charge against him reads,” That you Alex Chibundu in September, 2019 in Enugu within the jurisdiction of this Honourable court, fraudulently presented yourself as Bently Diego, and using Facebook account with intent to obtain money from unsuspecting victims on the internet and thereby committed an offence contrary to Sections 22(3)(b) and punishable under sections 22(4) of the Cybercrimes( Prohibition Prevention, etc ) Act, 2015. The defendant pleaded guilty when the charge was read to him. Consequently, his counsel, A C Agu pleaded with the court to temper justice with mercy as his client has become repentant and promised never to return to crime.

The judge, having reviewed the facts of the case, convicted and sentenced the defendant to one month imprisonment starting from October 15, 2019 when he was arrested. He is also to forfeit a Samsung phone and the sum of $18 USD recovered from him. Also delivering judgment on a separate charge, Justice Buba convicted and sentenced one Ezirim Onyekachi to three months in prison on one count charge bordering on obtaining by false pretence.
The charge reads,” that you, Ezirim Onyekachi sometime in September, 2019 at Enugu, within the jurisdiction of this honourable court fraudulently impersonated one Daniel Walter and sales manager of Samsung, with the intent to gain advantage for yourself and thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 22(3)(a) of the Cybercrime (Prohibition , Prevention etc ) Act , 2015 and punishable under the same Act”.

Onyekachi pleaded “guilty” when the charge was read to him. The sentence is effective from October 24, 2019 when he was arrested. Similarly, one Ugwuoke Victor Onyekachi who presented himself as Sofia Aurello, a Brazilian, with the email address: [email protected] gmail.com, was also sentenced to two months imprisonment effective from September 26, 2019.

Also, Mark Henry Aniazoka was convicted on one count charge bordering on impersonation and obtaining by false pretences. Aniazoka presented himself as Benneth Nathan and fraudulently obtained the sum of $1000(One thousand dollars) from one Lina John. He pleaded guilty to the charge preferred against him and was convicted and sentenced to 2 months imprisonment. He is also to return the sum of $1000 to the victim Others convicted by Justice Buba are Chigozie Anieke ,Ikechukwu Alexander andAkabuike Belolisa. The trio were convicted on separate one count of personation and fraud. They were sentenced to two months imprisonment each.

The charge against Anieke reads,”that you Chigozie Anieke (aka Henry Desmond) in September,2019 in Enugu within the jurisdiction of this honourable court fraudulently presented yourself as Henry Desmond , using your email account [email protected] with intent to obtain money from unsuspecting victims on the internet and thereby committed an offence contrary to Sections 22(3)(b) and punishable under Section 22(4) of the cybercrimes (prohibition,POrecention0 etc, Act,2015.

The charge against Alexander reads ,”That sometime in 2019 at Enugu within the jurisdiction of the Federal High Court of Nigeria, you intentionally made use of a Chevron Limited document dated September 27, 2019 titled,” contract award certificate “ without authority, for the purpose of interfering with its use by Chevron Limited and you thereby committed an offence contrary and punishable under Section 25(1) of the Cybercrime(Prohibition, Prevention etc. ) Act,2015”.

Belolisa was arrested on October 18, 2019 for impersonating one Cameron Hodgson and obtaining the sum of $2,400 USD from his victim. He was ordered to forfeit the sum of $2400 to the Federal Republic of Nigeria.


Siblings use EFCC name to extort money from fraudsters.

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibadan zonal office, Oyo State, has arrested two brothers for extorting money from Internet fraudsters with a promise to shield them from being arrested by the commission.

The siblings – Olatunji Joe Beyioku (35) and Oluwayomi Beyioku (37) – were arrested in Abeokuta, Ogun State capital, on Friday during a sting operation.

EFCC operatives had embarked on discreet investigations into the activities of the suspects who claimed to be spy police officers with the rank of deputy superintendent of police and ‘assisted’ the commission with information on the whereabouts of Internet fraudsters within the town.

The zonal office of the commission in a statement on Friday said it was discovered that the suspects only exposed those who failed to meet their demands while making millions of naira sabotaging the commission’s efforts.
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The statement read in part, “A search conducted on the younger brother’s palatial residence along the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway suggested that they may be living far above their means. Items found in the multi-million naira building also raised suspicion of the brothers’ possible involvement in other forms of criminal activities.

“Items recovered from them include two cars; Honda Accord Crosstour and a Mercedes Benz GLK and different brands of mobile phones and charms.”


[Bayelsa election] PHOTOS: INEC officials, materials yet to arrive PDP gov candidate, Jonathan’s polling units.

Officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission and election materials are yet to arrive at the polling units of the former president Goodluck Jonathan and the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Senator Douye Diri.

Jonathan votes at the Ward 13, Unit 39, Otazi Playground in Otueke, Ogbia LGA, where he had earlier gone only to meet the absence of electoral officials.

As of the time of filing this report, Diri is still waiting at his polling unit in Sampou Community.



Bride Arrives Her Wedding Reception In A Coffin (Video).

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A bride has gone viral over the way she decided on arriving at her wedding.

Many had the wedding had the scare of their lives after the bride decided to arrive her own wedding in a coffin.

Rocking a gold dress, upon the coffin being opened, the bride started dancing immediately to the amazement of everyone who gathered to celebrate her on her big day.

The video has since gone viral and birthed arguments online.
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KANO ‘CHIP WHIP’: Road Safety, SSS arrest fake number plates syndicates.

The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on Friday announced the arrest and arraignment of suspected producers of counterfeit number plates.

Bisi Kazeem, the chief spokesperson for the FRSC, said a joint operation with the State Security Service (SSS) targeted syndicates in Kano and Kebbi States — during which many were arrested.

Some of the areas where the operation was conducted in Kano included Sabon Gari, Kofar Ruwa, Gidan Boss (Kofar Mazugal) Kofar Wambai (Yan Robobi) and Naibawa Zaria Road, Mr Kazeem said.

“In a swift investigation and tactically orchestrated covert operation, by the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and the Department of State Services (DSS), to track down the producers of fake Number Plates in the country; both agencies have apprehended some syndicates in Kano and Kebbi states in connection with the production of illegal number plates including the fake Kano ‘ Chip Whip’ Number Plate,” he said.

At Dodaru Market, Gwandu Local Government Area of Kebbi State, suspects were arrested for allegedly producing fake number plates for motorcycles.

They were arraigned on Friday before the Chief Magistrate’s Court 1 in the capital Birnin Kebbi.

The accused pleaded not guilty but were remanded in prison custody until November 28, 2019 for further hearing, Mr Kazeem said.

The spokesperson did not immediately disclose how many suspects were arrested in total.

The sweep came barely weeks after social media ridiculed a number plate that was printed as ‘Chip Whip’ — an apparent misspelling of ‘Chief Whip’ — and attached to an SUV purportedly owned by the Chief Whip of Kano State House of Assembly.

The politician subsequently disowned the number plates, saying it could not have been owned by him because he had not been assigned any official vehicle since assuming office in June.

The FRSC also said it was not responsible for the production of the controversial number plate, highlighting other obvious alterations that made it impossible to have come from its facility.

Boboye Oyeyemi, the head of FRSC, subsequently ordered an investigation and later sought collaboration of the SSS and other security agencies to track down those responsible for the embarrassment.

Mr Kazeem said Mr Oyeyemi was delighted by the recent arrests and urged the public to continue to support law enforcement authorities with information about people suspected of manufacturing or selling fake number plates across the country.


Tuface Finally Gives Blackface Serious Warning Over Attacks.

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Nigerian singer Tuface has reacted to Blackface's continous threat of suing him on air and via social media.

The ex-band member of defunct Plantashun Boiz who is celebrating his 20 years on stage anniversary alleged that what Blackface has done so far is to engage in a smear campaign.

Tuface told newsmen that his former bandmate has a problem but no one knows what the problem is.

He said "Let me put it like this, you just go on air and start spinning lies. I have never said or done anything bad to Blackface, but he just goes on air and starts lying all the time because he wants to spread hate. It is a smear campaign.

"He keeps saying he is going to sue me, so I am saying sue me! You know say I no thief your song, you just want people to hate me. Stop the nonsense. Anytime he comes on air, ask him ‘wetin im do wey make me sue am? Ask am whether I no write am letter before say guy stop this thing, I did not steal your song’. What have I done to him? He just hates me. It has become an obsession and it is not healthy for him anymore and there is nothing I can say or do to help his dilemma, so I don’t know. It is not like I am giving up, but it is all up to him now. He has to free himself from that bondage.

"Everyday, he keeps digging himself into this mess and now he has kids growing up. It is unfortunate. Before, I was quiet but he is always blabbing. Had I taken it serious from the beginning, we wouldn’t be here today.

Legally, I have done my own bit, so I don’t have anything to tell him. The funny thing is that he has a problem but nobody knows what the problem is. So, if you will not sue me then shut up!

Stop killing yourself; it is becoming too embarrassing. I can’t get him arrested and sent to a psychiatric hospital, so please, people around him should talk to him."

Man Gambles His Wife During Bet.

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Binod Kumar Shah, an Indian man, is in trouble for gambling his wife away before assaulting her for refusing to go with the winner.

Daily Mail reports that the incident took place at Banka in the north-eastern Indian state of Bihar.

Shah returned home, woke up his wife, Chanda Devi, and told her to pack her bags because he lost the bet and the winner was arriving in the morning to collect his ‘winnings’.

The husband allegedly assaulted Devi for failing to comply with his order.

“My husband told me the winner was coming to the house in the morning so I should get ready to leave with him because he lost the bet”, Devi told local media.

The wife then went to the police station to report the incident.

Reacting, a police spokesperson said: “We have registered the complaint and have started the investigation”.

The officer, however, disclosed that Devi has not returned to provide further information and already left the area to live with her parents.


NECO Sacks 70 Staff Over Certificate Forgery.

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National Examination Council (NECO) has dismissed 70 staff over certificate forgery.

The dismissals, the highest so far in the history of NECO is said to be sequel to a report submitted by a committee constituted by the management to verify the genuineness and otherwise of some certificates presented by some staff.

The Verification Committee set up by the management carried out its assignment diligently by inviting all staff with questionable credentials to appear before it, during which some staff actually attested to the fact that the certificates they presented to secure jobs were fake.

This is contained in a press statement signed by the Head of Information and Public Relations Division, Azeez Sani, made available to journalists in Minna Friday evening which also confirmed the Management’s approval for their sack.

“The management of NECO has approved the dismissal of 70 staff from her services for certificate forgery”, the statement said, adding that the verification committee had contacted the schools where the affected staff claimed to have graduated from before their dismissal.

The terse statement indicated that, “The Committee on the course of doing its job contacted the Schools and Institutions the affected staff claimed to have attended and the Schools and Institutions denied having certificated them.

“On completion of their assignment, the Committee submitted its findings to NECO Management which also forwarded same to NECO Governing Board. At its 17th Extra-ordinary meeting, the Governing Board vetted the report and approved dismissal of the affected staff.”

The statement further emphasised that, NECO under the Acting Registrar, Mr. Abubakar Gana has zero tolerance for corruption and is poised to sanitise the system as espoused by President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration.

The dismissal of the 70 staff from the various departments, the statement further explained, is the first phase of the on-going staff audit and certificate verification exercise embarked upon by examination body.


Kogi: Two fake NSCDC men arrested for hijacking electoral materials.

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The Deputy Director, Public Communications of the Kogi State Peoples Democratic Party Campaign Council, Usman Austin, on Saturday, raised the alarm that two young men who dressed in the uniform of officials of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps have been apprehended in Ayingba Dekina Local Government Area by the people.

In an interview with our correspondent, he stated that the suspects were later handed over to the police.

He also said that electoral materials in Odu 1 and 2 wards and Community High School in Ayingba, had been hijacked by thugs.

He explained that the thugs came in a Golf.

He said, “Two boys who dressed in fake civil defence attire were apprehended by the people. The police took them to the area commander at Ayingba.

“In Community High School, Ayingba, the voting materials have been hijacked by the thugs. Some people came in with Golf, stole the election materials and ran away.

“Inward 1 and 2 of Odu, the election materials had been hijacked by the thugs.”