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21-year-old Dominic Ngene Arrested For N2bn Investment Fraud



The Police Special Fraud Unit (PSFU) have arrested Dominic Joshua Ngene, the Managing Director of Brisk Capital Limited.

Ngene, 21, is in custody for allegedly diverting investors’ funds worth over N2billion.

He is accused of deceiving individuals to invest in Bitcoin, forex trading, real estate and oil and gas.

Ngene promised 60% Return on Investment (ROI) per month on every sum invested, plus guarantee of the invested principal.

The Fraud Unit said Joshua, an Ebonyi indigene, operated the firm from Uyo, Akwa Ibom.

He directed prospects to Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn, and publications where he claimed to be a successful financial investor.

Joshua confessed to the crime but pleaded to be given time to return the money, SFU Commissioner, Anderson Bankole said in a statement.

The Police found the funds of over 500 investors were diverted to sponsor extravagant lifestyle, parties, exotic cars, luxury watches, real estates in Abuja, Lagos and Port-Harcourt.

“Some of the properties/items purchased with the diverted funds have been recovered as exhibits while the suspects will be charged to the Federal High Court as soon as the strike by Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) is called-off.”

The SFU cautioned Nigerians against investment and portfolio managers who promises high returns.

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EFCC Arrests 50 Suspected Internet Fraudsters In Ibadan



The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrested 50 suspected internet fraudsters in Oyo State.

They were picked up at Alaro Sango, Agbaje Ijokoro and Apete Aladura areas of Ibadan, the capital.

EFCC spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren announced the raid in a statement on Tuesday.

Uwujaren said thirty-four of the suspects have been indicted in the ongoing investigations.

They are Badmus Abeeb, Ibrahim Ahmed, Adeyemo Babatunde, Abdulrashid Ajagbe, Olajide Okiki Peter, Hassan Yusuf Atanda, Yusuf Olasupo Salaudeen, Bello Ahmed Bamidele, Adewale Damilola.

Tosin, Kolawole Yusuf Olawale, Nicholas Ferdinand, Keshiro Olanrewaju, Falana Victor Dapo, Abogunrin Emmanuel, Bosun Tomiwa Tunde, Shelter Chibundo, Banjoko Idris, and Adebayo Akorede.

Others are Awoyinka Afeez Ayodeji, Afonja Olarenwaju, Akingbade Taofeek, Ezekiel Adekunle, Ganiyu Sodiq, Abioye Abiodun, Ogunbayo Daniel, John Timileyin.

The rest: Ominiyi Daniel, Adeniyi Idris Sodiq, Joseph James, Adeyemi Segun Oluwaseun, Adeleke Rasheed, Saliu Tomiwa Rasheed, Itoro Edet Ime and Oseni Nasirudeen

“Some items used in perpetrating the crime were recovered”, Uwujaren added.

The suspects will be charged upon the conclusion of full investigations.

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36 Online Scammers Arrested In Atlantic City, Ikorodu, Sangotedo [Full List]



Thirty-six suspected online scammers have been arrested in some parts of Lagos State, EFCC spokesman Wilson Uwujaren said on Tuesday.

The suspects were arrested in several sting operations by EFCC operatives carried out between 7 and 21 May.

While some were picked up at Eastern Gorilla, Eko Atlantic City, on 7 May, some others were arrested at Alogba Estate, Ebute, Ikorodu on 19 May.

Another set was arrested at United Estate Sangotedo, Lagos on 21 May.

Uwujaren said the arrests followed credible intelligence about their alleged involvement in computer-related fraud.

Items recovered from the suspects include cars, passports, laptops and mobile computers.

List of the suspects:

Segun Abiola

Gabriel Ebube

Amoo Tunmise

Anidugbe Mofoluwatu

Victor Enuesike

Precious Godwin

Oluwaseun Afolabi

Tolulpoe Amos.

Jane Egonu

Precious Anizoba.

Abayomi Timileyin Olanrewaju

Adekunle Dipo Oshunsanya

Tang Jude

Ejobi Peter Prince

Kuti Adebayo

Fagbemi Micheal

Salau Oluwasegun

Bello Adebayo Azeex

Lanre Awoniyi David

Damilare Kahinde Sikiru

Jayesimi and Samson Ismaila.

Daniel Williams Udoh

Prince Chigozirim Emezue,

Raheem Sodiq

Lucky Godday

Ismali Akintayo Abiodun

Christian Chidera

Ezekiel William Ephagba

Collens Ahunobi Ndubuisi

Peter Odiegwu

Ojo Oluwadamilare

Abayomi Ademola

Otor Isaac Junior

Temitope Aiyelabowo

Daniel Oluwafemi and

Chukwuebuka Iroulo.

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“Why I Stabbed My Mother-In-Law To Death” – 28-year-old Nigerian Man, Opeyemi Adeola Ganiyu



LASTMA Official Allegedly Commits Suicide After Stabbing Lover

Nigerian man, Opeyemi Adeola Ganiyu, who murdered his mother-in-law in Ogun State has given reasons as to why he took her life.

The 28 year old man was held accountable for stabbing the deceased to death after an argument evolved into a fight.

The Spokesperson of the Osun Police, Abimbola Oyeyemi mentioned that the men of the Police Command acted on reports received from Odunayo Matthew who lamented that Ganiny has murdered his mother-in-law. In a report filed by Matthew, he mentioned that Adeola who is the husband to the daughter of the deceased has been unleashing beatings on his wife at the slightest provocation.

He said that the deceased went to see Adeola on the day of the incident to threaten him to avoid beating her daughter. When Adeola saw the deceased in his home, he beat her up before stabbing her in the ribs with a knife.

“The deceased was rushed to a hospital for treatment, but she gave up the ghost in the process. Having heard that the victim had died, the suspect escaped. He was later tracked down to Ikorodu in Lagos where he was eventually apprehended.

Preliminary investigation revealed that the suspect is a member of a notorious cult group in the area. He was also one of those who led hoodlums to burn down the Atan Ota Police Division and killed the Divisional Crime Officer during the ENDSARS protest.”

It was a mistake, Adeola told the Saturday Sun from the State Criminal Investigative Department (SCID), where he is reportedly held, that he mistakenly stabbed his mother-in-law.

His words: “I am a well-known welder at Atan Ota area of the state. Tope is my live-in lover and mother to my 8-month-old son. I have already visited his family with my people and assured her family that I would come and complete the process of getting married to her. I call her my wife because I had plans to complete the process.

“On April 28, 2020, she told me that she wanted to go and visit her mother who was very sick. I allowed her go with our son and she promised to return by noon the next day.

“The next day, I waited till evening and when she did not return, I decided to visit them, because I thought her mother’s illness might be getting worse.

On getting close to the house, I met one of her uncles and he asked me about the work that I travelled to another town to do. I told him that I had been at home. He claimed that it was my wife that said so. I became suspicious and walked faster to the house.

“On getting to their compound, I saw my wife flirting with one man who visited us some time ago with the excuse that he was owing my wife some money. I attacked the man and he ran away.

“To my greatest surprise, instead of my mother in-law to caution his daughter, he accused me of neglecting my responsibility.

“She boldly told me that she was the one that gave her permission to start dating another man. I was angry because my wife is still Bosom feeding our son. I told her to allow my baby to enjoy her mother’s Bosom milk before she would hand my wife over to another man. I was so bitter and went back home. I waited for two days and she did not return home. I decided to go and take my son. I took my son and handed him over to my sister.

“When I returned to my house, I met my wife, her three sisters and her mother trying to break down my door. They said that they came to carry my wife’s property, that they were no longer interested in the marriage. I entered the room with them just to make sure that they did not take away any of my things. They started fighting me with every object within their reach, including the plastic chair. They were five of them attacking me and I knew that the only way to scare them was to get a knife.

I picked a knife in the room and tried to scare them. Unfortunately, it pierced the stomach of my mother in-law,”

he narrated.
According to Adeola, there was no other option but to run away since people were already gathering at his place. “I was scared that I would be beaten to death. I ran away while I monitored what was going on. They took her to the hospital but unfortunately, she died on the third day. I knew that I will be jailed for life if I was arrested, so I decided to run to Ikorodu where my father lives.

“But on the day that I arrived, my father took me back to Ogun State and handed me over to the police.”

Adeola blamed the deceased for his predicament. “She was the one who forced me to marry her daughter only to start arranging different men for her. I am a hard-working father of two. I do provide for my family with the little I make through hard work. I cannot afford to buy her flashy wears or expensive phones. This is why her mother was never satisfied. I never planned to kill her; I was only defending myself from those women. I simply took the nearest weapon to scare them so that they would not kill me. I am sorry and I know that no matter how I beg, it will not bring back the dead. It was a mistake. I love my wife Tope and will still marry her if I ever come out of this problem,” he stated.

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