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Bama Town Celebrates First Sallah In 5 Years Because Of Boko Haram

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The Shehu of Bama Kingdom of Borno State, Kyari Ibn Umar El-Kanemi, has expressed delight after his people joined the rest of the world to mark the first Eid-el-Kabir celebration in his domains, The Nation reports.

According to the monarch, this was the first time in almost five years the community partook in the religious feast celebrated across the globe by all Muslims.

“Today we are celebrating Sallah in Bama which we were not privileged to celebrate for the past five years,” an utterly elated Shehu stated on Monday.

“ Indeed we have to be grateful to Allah SWT for sparing our lives and non among us here today that is thinking to live up to this moment to grace this Sallah celebration in Bama.”

Bama was the target of Boko Haram terrorists in the past, forcing natives and other inhabitants to flee their homes.

Umar El-Kanemi, the traditional ruler wasn’t spared as his wife and daughter were reportedly abducted in 2014 and released two years after.

The monarch, alongside his counterpart from Dikwa, Masa II Ibn Umar El Kanemi, even fled their communities to reside in Maiduguri.

However, peace has since been restored to the area thanks to President Muhammadu Buhari and the Nigerian Army under the dogged leadership of Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai.

As part of the rehabilitation and reconstruction process, the monarchs returned in July in company of local government staff and primary school teachers accompanied by troops of Operation Lafiya Dole who regained the Kingdom back from Boko Haram terrorists .

An eyewitness account revealed that there was free movement of people around the town, especially in public places without fear of any violence or attacks by Boko Haram throughout the Sallah season .

There was also a mass prayer on Sunday for the first time in a long while, led by the monarch himself.

All these feats have been attributed to the gallantry of the Nigerian military and a decisive leadership.

 

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Full LIST Of Nigerians Arrested By The FBI For Cyber Fraud

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FBI announced indictments of 80 persons involved in one of the largest fraud cases in U.S history.

Out of the 80 people arrested, a whooping 77 were Nigerians.

The suspects were accused of conspiring with federal and state agents to perpetrate the the elaborate cyber crime.

This is yet another taint on the country’s image, and the news is set to worsen the already hostile perceptions towards Nigeria.

Read FULL List Below:-

1. Valentine Iro

2. Chukwudi Christogunus Igbokwe

3. Jerry Elo Ikogho

4. Izuchukwu Kingsley Umejesi

5. Adegoke Moses Ogungbe

6. Chukwudi Collins Ajaeze (better known as Thank You Jesus)

7. Ekene Augustine Ekechukwu

8. Chuks Eroha

9. Collins Nnaemeka Ojima

10. Uchenna Ochiagha

11. Nnamdi Theojoseph Duru

12. Ericson Uche Oforka

13. Mark Ifeanyi Chukwuocha

14. Augustine Nnamdi

15. Chiemezie Christopher Chilaka

16. Charles Ohajimkpo

17. Stanley Ugochukwu Uche

18. Chika Augustine Odionyenma

19. Paschal Chima Ogbonna

20. Samuel Nnamdi Onwuasoanya

21. Macwilliam Chinonso Chukwuocha

22. Emmanuel Onyeka Uzoka

23. Joshua Aniefiok Awak

24. George Ugochukwu Egwumba

25. Uchechukwu Solomon Ezirim

26. Augustine Ifeanyi Okafor

27. Okay Sam Mal

28. Leslie N. Mba

29. Ogohukwu Innocent Ikewesi

30. Emmanuel Uzoma Ogandu (better known as Son of God’

31. Amarachukwu Harley Anywanu

32. Bright Ifeanyi Azubuike

33 Emeka Moses Nwachukwu

34. Donatus Izunwanne

35. Chinwendu Kenneth Osuji

36. Eusebius Ugochukwu Onyeka

37. Chidi Anunobi

38. Anthony Nwabunwanne Okolo

39. Obinna Christian Onuwa

40. Chijioke Chukwuma Isamade

41. Linus Nnamdi Madufor

42. Chrysaugonus Nnebedum

43. Ugochukwu Okereke

44. Fidel Leon Odimara

45. Kingsley Chinedu Onudorogu

46. Dessi Nzenwah

47. Chimaroke Obasi

48. James Chigozie Agube

49. Chimaobi Uzozie Okorie

50. Ogochukwu Ohiri

51. Kennedy Chibueze Ugwu

52. Ifeanyichukwu Oluwadamilare Agwuegbo

53. Victor Ifeanyi Chukwu

54. Chidi Emmanuel Megwa

55. Princewill Arinze Duru

56. Desmond Iwu

57. Onyeka Vincent Chika

58. Ifeanyi Kingsley Mezienwa

59. Victor Uchenna Aguh

60. Kevin Amarachi Eshimnu

61. Vitalis Kelechi Anozie

62. Williams Obiora Agunwa

63. George Chimezie Dike

64. Munachiso Kyrian Ukachukwu

65. Nwannebuike Osmund

66. Chidiebere Franklin Nwangwu

67. Damian Uchechukwu Ajah

68. Emeka P. Ejiofor

69. Lawrence Chukwuma Ubasineke

70. Chinedu Bright Ibeto

71. Valentine Amarachi Nwanegwo

72. Emmanuel Chidiebere Dike

73. Jeremiah Uieyin Dike

74. Chinaka Davidson Iwuoha

75. Chima Darlington Duru

76. Ikenna ChristianIhejiureme

77. Obi Onyedika Madekwe

What Do Do Think Should Be Done To Them?

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FBI Arrests Over 70 Nigerians (Igbo) For Alleged Cybercrime Fraud

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Earlier today, we reported that the United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced the arrest of 80 suspected internet fraudsters.

An update served on the arrest, revealed that 77 of the arrested suspects are Nigerians. They were accused of conspiring with federal and state agents to perpetrate the crime.

Asides being involved in schemes that resulted in the transfer of at least $6 million which was obtained fraudulently, the suspects were also allegedly involved in the attempted theft of at least an additional $40 million.

US attorney, Nick Hanna said the suspects handed a total of 252 count charges bordering on “conspiracy to defraud, conspiracy to commit money laundering, aggravated identity theft”, had nicknames such as “Thank You Jesus”, “Son of God”, American Man”, God is God”, “He is Risen”.

Here is the full list below:-

S/N SUSPECTS

1 Valentine Iro
2 Chukwudi Christogunus Igbokwe
3 Jerry Elo Ikogho
4 Izuchukwu Kingsley Umejesi
5 Adegoke Moses Ogungbe
6 Chukwudi Collins Ajaeze (better known as Thank You Jesus)
7 Ekene Augustine Ekechukwu
8 Chuks Eroha
9 Collins Nnaemeka Ojima
10 Uchenna Ochiagha
11 Nnamdi Theojoseph Duru
12 Ericson Uche Oforka
13 Mark Ifeanyi Chukwuocha
14 Augustine Nnamdi
15 Chiemezie Christopher Chilaka
16 Charles Ohajimkpo
17 Stanley Ugochukwu Uche
18 Chika Augustine Odionyenma
19 Paschal Chima Ogbonna
20 Samuel Nnamdi Onwuasoanya
21 Macwilliam Chinonso Chukwuocha
22 Emmanuel Onyeka Uzoka
23 Joshua Aniefiok Awak
24 George Ugochukwu Egwumba
25 Uchechukwu Solomon Ezirim
26 Augustine Ifeanyi Okafor
27 Okay Sam Mal
28 Leslie N. Mba
29 Ogohukwu Innocent Ikewesi
30 Emmanuel Uzoma Ogandu (better known as Son of God’
31 Amarachukwu Harley Anywanu
32 Bright Ifeanyi Azubuike
33 Emeka Moses Nwachukwu
34 Donatus Izunwanne
35 Chinwendu Kenneth Osuji
36 Eusebius Ugochukwu Onyeka
37 Chidi Anunobi
38 Anthony Nwabunwanne Okolo
39 Obinna Christian Onuwa
40 Chijioke Chukwuma Isamade
41 Linus Nnamdi Madufor
42 Chrysaugonus Nnebedum
43 Ugochukwu Okereke
44 Fidel Leon Odimara
45 Kingsley Chinedu Onudorogu
46 Dessi Nzenwah
47 Chimaroke Obasi
48 James Chigozie Agube
49 Chimaobi Uzozie Okorie
50 Ogochukwu Ohiri
51 Kennedy Chibueze Ugwu
52 Ifeanyichukwu Oluwadamilare Agwuegbo
53 Victor Ifeanyi Chukwu
54 Chidi Emmanuel Megwa
55 Princewill Arinze Duru
56 Desmond Iwu
57 Onyeka Vincent Chika
58 Ifeanyi Kingsley Mezienwa
59 Victor Uchenna Aguh
60 Kevin Amarachi Eshimnu
61 Vitalis Kelechi Anozie
62 Williams Obiora Agunwa
63 George Chimezie Dike
64 Munachiso Kyrian Ukachukwu
65 Nwannebuike Osmund
66 Chidiebere Franklin Nwangwu
67 Damian Uchechukwu Ajah
68 Emeka P. Ejiofor
69 Lawrence Chukwuma Ubasineke
70 Chinedu Bright Ibeto
71 Valentine Amarachi Nwanegwo
72 Emmanuel Chidiebere Dike
73 Jeremiah Utieyin Eki
74 Chinaka Davidson Iwuoha
75 Chima Darlington Duru
76 Ikenna Christian Ihejiureme
77 Obi Onyedika Madekwe

 

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EFCC Nabs 10 ‘Yahoo Boys’ With Charms

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The Benin Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, in Sapele, Delta State, have apprehended 10 suspected internet fraudsters, otherwise known as Yahoo boys.

The arrest followed intelligence received by the commission.

The suspects were idenfied as Abuwa Marvis, Ikpasa Efe, Abraham Idede, Maye Edefeose, Ovie Akpojevuehe and Akpotor Okeoghene.

Others included Abuwa Jeffery, Ehirouture Precious, Best Lucky and Lucky Desmond.

A statement by the commission on Thursday listed Items recovered from them as laptop computers, mobile phones, flash drives, internet modems and charms (voodoo).

The commission also recovered a Toyota Venza from one of the suspects.

“The suspects have made useful statements and will be charged to court as soon as investigation is completed,”

It added.

 

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