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41-Year-Old Bus Driver, Raped 78-Year-Old Woman.

A commercial bus driver, Jelili Lawal, 41, has been arrested for allegedly raping a stranded 78-year-old woman, in Olati community, in Adeniyi Jones, Ikeja, Lagos.

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Nigerian Nurse Became the First Person To Be Convicted Under New European Slavery Law.

Nigerian nurse, Josephine Iyamu, 58, who used voodoo rituals to traffic Nigerian women to Germany has become the first person to be convicted under new modern slavery laws.

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Buhari Urged Nigerians to Fight Corruption and Corrupt Practices With Their Actions and Characters.

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari urged all Nigerians to fight Corruption and Corrupt Practices with their actions and characters. The President made a declaration during the opening of the 2018 Africa Youth Congress Against Corruption (AYCAC), at the Banquet Hall of the State House, Abuja. Dignitaries present at the function includes the Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Godfrey Onyeama and the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu. Read More

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EFCC Convicted Yahoo Boys in Edo.

EFCC zonal office in Benin City, Edo State has convicted 22 young men who were involved in fraudulent yahoo yahoo (Cyber-crime) business in Edo State in the last one year. Millions of Naira were recovered from them.

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Magu Urged Nigerian to Say No To Vote-Buying.

Ibrahim Magu, the acting EFCC chairman urged all Nigerians to say no to vote-buying. He gave the charge at the Anti-Corruption walk which held on December 10, 2018 at the Eagle Square, Abuja, organized by the EFCC as part of the activities marking the 2018 United Nation’s Day celebration themed, ”Say No To Corruption”. Read More

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Former EFCC Chairman Mallam Nuru Ribadu, Celebrated Along Seven Other ‘Global Anti-Corruption Heroes’

The pioneer EFCC Chiarman , Nuhu Ribadu is among eight individuals and organisations recognized globally for their role in the fight against corruption at the Third annual Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani International Anti-Corruption Excellence Award. The event took place in Putrajaya, Malaysia.

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Plateau commissioner pushes for quick punishment to stem cyber crime.

The Commissioner for Science and Technology, Plateau State, Mr. Dan Manjang, had advocated for quick trial and punishment of those committing Cyber Crime in order to stem the tide of offences in Nigeria.

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EFCC arrests nine Yahoo boys in Abuja, recovers cars, others.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has arrested Nine (9) suspected internet fraudsters in Abuja. Some cars and other valuables were recovered from the suspects. The suspects According to Daily post Nigeria are: Edwin Ogbomwan, Okouromi Franklin, Oseji Collins, Collins Onyekwuluje, Anyanechi Ekene, Tony Oviasuyi, Chidi Emeshili, Osaigbovo Aiseos and Osaigbovo Ikponmnosa. Read More

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Court orders EFCC, DSS, Police to produce Diezani in 72 hours.

The Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has ordered the arrest of former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke for alleged financial crimes. The court has ordered EFCC, DSS and the Nigeria Police to produce Diezani within 72 hours.

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Woman Defrauded a Nigerian Lawmaker of $49,800

A lady, Amarachukwu Chineke, 37, allegedly defrauded a member of the House of Representatives, representing Idah Federal Constituency Kogi State Emmanuel Egwu, of $49,800.

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EFCC Raids Astrax Auto Shop, Impounds 29 cars.

EFCC raids the office of a Lagos-based car dealer, Astrax auto shop. the operators of the auto shop were allegedly said to be a syndicate of organised internet fraudsters.

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EFCC Recovers N871bn Looted Funds, 407 Mansions In 3years.

The acting EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Magu has set a new record in asset recovery and conviction of corrupt elements in the country. According to the report, the anti-corruption Czar had so far recorded 703 convictions, forfeited 126 Mansions, 42 Plots of land and 224 automobiles. The commission also recovered NGN794 billion and USD261 Million under his watch. Read More

Nigeria Could Lose $6bn From ‘Corrupt’ Oil Deal Linked to Fraud. 0

Nigeria Could Lose $6bn From ‘Corrupt’ Oil Deal Linked to Fraud.

The campaign group Global Witness has calculated the OPL 245 deal in 2011 deprived Nigeria of double its annual education and healthcare budget.

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NAPTIP Busts Human Trafficking Gang in Abuja.

National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) had busts human trafficking gang in Abuja, Rescues 11 Victims, and Arrests Suspects
Operatives of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), in a joint operation with officers from the Nigeria Police Force, busted a human trafficking gang in the nation’s capital, Abuja. During the operation, which took place Thursday night at the Kubwa Axis of Abuja, 11 girls were rescued while 4 suspected human traffickers were arrested. The Hotel where the girls were harboured: Thales Guest House (A.K.A 33) located at Pipeline Area in Kubwa, Abuja was also sealed up.
The raid followed an intelligence report about the place being used for underage and exploitative prostitution. Intense surveillance was mounted by officers of the Agency which led to the arrest of four suspects: Onyinyechi Osuoha-32 years old, Nkechi Chukwuma- 37years old, Sandra Chi- 32 years old, and 27-year-old Favour James during the raid.
In accordance with sections 43 and 52 of the Trafficking In Persons (Prohibition) Enforcement and Administration Act, 2015, which authorises NAPTIP to enter, search and seal up properties suspected to be used for human trafficking purposes, Thales Guest House, Kubwa, was sealed off pending further investigations.
Preliminary findings revealed that the suspects often lure the victims, who are underage girls, from various parts of the country with promises of employment in the Federal Capital Territory. However, upon their arrival at Abuja, they are put to work at the Guest House, serving the clients and thereafter introduced to prostitution, at the end of which the suspects collect the money paid to them.
The Director-General of NAPTIP, Dame Julie Okah-Donli, reacting to the news of the raid and arrests, commended the officers for a smooth operation. She also lauded the collaborative efforts of the Nigeria Police Force, which she described as a “true proof of strong partnership between the two law enforcement organisations, aimed at ridding the society of ills such as this”.
The NAPTIP Boss also sent a strong warning to operators of brothels who use underage girls as prostitutes to desist from such acts, as the Trafficking in Persons (Prohibition) Enforcement and Administration Act, 2015 criminalises the sexual exploitation of minors, in any form.
She further enjoined members of the public to report such establishments to NAPTIP, as they are not only immoral and an abuse of human rights, but also a criminal act that is punishable by law. Dame Julie Okah-Donli added that “young girls should either be in school or learn skills that will enable them be empowered as functional members of the society, not holed up in brothels to be sexually exploited by human traffickers”.
She concluded by saying that the suspects will definitely be charged to Court and prosecuted accordingly, on completion of investigations.
Nneka I. Aniagoh
Press and Public Relations Unit.
September 28th, 2018. Read More

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13-yr-Old Girl Allegedly Raped to Death by Lecturer

Ochanya Ogbanje, was raped by both her uncle and his son from age 8 to age 13. She developed a disease known as Vesicovaginal Fistula (VVF). Read more below.
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