‘CDI protects over 96% businesses from fraudsters’
Report of a recent survey has shown that about 90 per cent of business owners consider counterfeiting as a serious threat to their organisations.
Abia uncovers 5,666 illegal workers as Imo plans to prosecute payroll fraudsters
The Abia State Government has disclosed that about 5, 666 of the 5, 853 workers employed in the state’s Secondary Education Management Board (SEMB) from 2018 to date
Immigration opens new recruitment portal, warns against fraudsters
Following the approval for fresh recruitment by the Civil Defense, Correctional, Fire and Immigration Services Board (CDCFIB), the Nigeria Immigration Service has opened a new portal to begin the process immediately.
Oyo State releases N180m gratuity for 2012, 2013 retirees
The Oyo State Government has released N180 million for the payment of gratuity for 2012 and 2013 retirees from the state’s civil service. Mr Olasunkanmi Olaleye, the Commissioner for Establishments and Training, said in a statement on Wednesday...
Character traits of fraudsters
Since being defrauded twice over my efforts to build a website and sundry activities, I have assembled a list of the character traits of fraudsters. And absolutely, I don’t tolerate any of these traits for any reason. The moment I spot any of these traits, I immediately start playing my cards defensibly- making it a…
Late Actor And Comedian Baba Sala's Family Warn Public About Scammers
Some few days ago, Nigeria lost one of its gems when veteran entertainer, Baba Sala died. In an update to the news of his death, the family of the late veteran Nigerian actor and comedian, Moses Adejumo, popularly known as Baba Sala, has warned unsuspecting members of the public against falling for the tricks of…
Alleged fraudsters nabbed over fake U.S. Dollars
Two suspected fraudsters have been arrested while producing fake US Dollars with a view to defrauding unsuspecting members of the public. The suspects, according to the police are also known as “wash wash” and they use the fake currencies for fraudulent activities within the Lagos metropolis. The suspects, George Osagi, 51 and Makinde Kudus, 28…
RRS arrests four alleged fraudsters
The first group, comprising Chinasa Sunday, 44 and Osadebe Aigbe 30, were arrested in Ikeja after several days of being under the surveillance of RRS Undercover Team for defrauding a lady of the sum of N85,000.