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Cyber fraud

1 Jun
An International Criminal Police Organisation (INTERPOL)-led operation targeting malware cyber fraud across Southeast Asia, has led to the arrest of three suspected Nigerian global scammers.
20 May
Experts and stakeholders in Nigeria’s payment industry have called for concerted efforts to mitigate the growing menace of digital frauds.
21 Jul 2021
Experts in the technology industry have stated that the lack of trust in the use of digital platforms could undermine the benefits of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) cashless policy.
7 May 2019
Justice Fatun Riman of the Federal High Court sitting in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, yesterday sentenced one Adegboye Joshua Oluyeyi...
12 Apr 2019
Chartered Institute of Forensic and Investigative Auditors of Nigeria (CIFIAN), has raised the alert over N25 billion cyber fraud recorded in the nation’s financial institution in the last five years. Dr Victoria Enape, pro-tem president of CIFIAN, expressed concern over the increased volume of financial frauds in the country. She said CIFIAN was worried about…
30 Jul 2016
As online shopping becomes popular in Nigeria and more people engage in e-commerce, so has Internet or cyber fraud and scams.


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With the high level of unemployment and underemployment, prolonged strikes by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and its polytechnic counterpart, Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics
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For a country to rank high in the global economy, serious attention must be given to the development of a credible and stable capital market.
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In solidarity and shared learning, an increasing number of Nigerian youths from Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt to Uyo, are exploring opportunities in the global financial market to create wealth and reduce the scourge of poverty.
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Nigeria’s economy risks worse case stagflation as most economists and financial experts have agreed that macroeconomic indicators have continued to spiral.
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Many of us who started out our lives and careers in Lagos, Nigeria’s erstwhile capital, would not trade in our affection and adulation for the megalopolis for any other Nigerian city.