FBI warns of disinformation on US election day
The FBI and the main US cybersecurity agency warned Tuesday that provocateurs could take advantage of a slow vote count in the November 3 election to spread disinformation aimed at discrediting the results.
Nigerian suspect on FBI wanted list for $6m scam surrenders to EFCC
A Nigerian, Felix Osilama Okpoh, who is wanted by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) for alleged involvement in a Business Email Compromise (BEC) scheme that defrauded over 70 different businesses in the United States
Trump to visit California as deadly fire rages
US President Donald Trump said he will meet emergency services in California on Monday as record fires that have killed 27 people smothered the West Coast in dense smog. Officials warned of further fatalities with swathes of land in California, Oregon and Washington still cut off by flames fueled by tinder-dry conditions, as presidential challenger…
Decontaminating Nigeria’s corruption pestilence
This pestilence madly buffeting our attempts to escape from the morass of underdevelopment despite our endowment with natural and human resources cannot be abandoned to the mountebanks to fix.
Ex-CIA officers sold secrets to China: indictment
A former officer for the CIA and then the FBI was charged in federal court in Hawaii Monday with selling US secrets to China, including disclosing the identities of US informants in China.
Hushpuppi conspired to defraud Premier League club of $124 million
United States authorities Friday said an English Premier League club was among the victims the Nigerian fraudster Ramon Olorunwa Abbas, also known as Hushpuppi, conspired to defraud. US Department of Justice said Hushpuppi will face criminal charges, alleging he conspired to launder hundreds of millions of dollars from business email compromise (BEC) frauds and other…
U.S. attorney, FBI open fraud charges against six Nigerians
United States (U.S.) Attorney for Nebraska District, Joe Kelly and Special Agent in charge of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Omaha Field Office, Kristi K. Johnson, have opened fraud charges against six Nigerians.
Buhari and near success syndrome
It is quite important for us to understand what this enemy called ‘Near Success Syndrome’ (NNS) is all about.
Madonna Mocked After Posting Video Of Son Dancing To 'Stamp Out Racism'
"Like A Virgin" crooner Madonna has come under blast after she shared a video of her son dancing to "stamp out racism." Madonna shared the video of her teenage son David Banda dancing to a Michael Jackson hit in a tribute to "all Acts of Racism and Discrimination." 61-year old Madonna's son danced to Jackson's 'They Don't…
Obinwanne Okeke to plead guilty for $11 million US fraud
Obinwanne Okeke also known as Invictus Obi has indicated wish to plead guilty for the $11 million fraud he is being tried for in the United States (US). United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) said Okeke and at least six other persons were involved in the crimes. “There is a probable cause to believe…