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5 students of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) were handed over to the Ibadan Zonal EFCC Office on Monday, 20th March, 2017 by Oyo State Joint Security Task Force, “Operation Burst” for further Investigation.

The suspects, which includes Oyewole Oyeleye Olatunji (28), Adeniran Adeyinka Yusuf (29), Samuel Olumide Adeola (29), Israel Adeola (24) and Olorunyemi Savior Imonah (24) were arrested March 13, 2017, during a routine surveillance at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Ogbomosho.

They confessed to have defrauded some American women through various romance scam using different dating sites. They also confessed to have obtained different sums from their victims.

Investigations have also revealed that the suspects have various incriminating documents in their Laptops and Phones.

They were posing on the dating sites as American Soldiers and using different identities to defraud unsuspecting American ladies. The suspects will be charged to court as soon as investigation is completed.

The US$86,546,526.65 was remitted into the account of the Nigerian Governors Forum (NGF).

The account is said to have been depleted to about $17million as at the time the probe started.

The EFCC is probing how the cash got into the account, who remitted it and for what purpose.

“The cash was paid into the forum’s domiciliary account in GTB tagged: 0023577047 with sort code 058083215,” the source said, adding that the payment followed a November 21, 2016 memo on the remittance into the NGF’s account which was titled “Consultants fee”.

The cash was described as consultancy and legal fees as the case with the N19 billion which was allegedly diverted from the refund.

“This development has justified the earlier peg of our investigation that the part of the London-Paris Club loan refunds was paid into two accounts of the NGF” the source said, pleading not to be named because he has no authority to talk to the media.

“Operatives are tracking how the $86.5m was used and for what purpose. We want to know whether the affected financial and legal consultants exist or not.”

The Nation had exclusively reported that the Presidency was uncomfortable with how some governors managed the refund.

The Federal Government released N522.74 billion to 35 states as refund of over-deductions on London-Paris Club loans.

President Muhammadu Buhari directed the release of the refund to enable states to pay salaries and pensions.

But more than N19billion of the refund has been enmeshed in controversy over payment of consultancy fees. Some consultants were yet to be paid as at press time.

Some of the infractions noticeable in the management of the first tranche of the London-Paris Club loan refund are:

• computation of state records done at a private home in Maitama, Abuja;

• accounts initially opened in the names of two lead consultants but the details of who to be paid were later changed;

• N19b remitted into two NGF accounts;
commission to consultants cut from 10% to 2% but 5% was on paper as paid;

• the CBN paid directly to each state without the knowledge of the Accountant-General of the Federation; and

• part of the N19b commission was traced to a governor’s account and some individuals, including some members of the National Assembly.

It was also discovered that besides the central consultants, governors hired other consultants, with some conceding about 10-20% commission to them.

In some states, governors served as consultants through proxies.

Some consultants are yet to be paid because the NGF changed the commission formula as soon as the first tranche was remitted, The Nation learnt.

Besides, some governors deviated from using 25 per cent to 50 per cent for payment of outstanding salaries and pension as agreed with President Buhari.

So this Nigerian man, Adeniyi Adedeji @pabloadedeji took a lady he met on social media out on a date, to watch a movie in the cinemas. After the date, she informed him that she wasn't interested in a relationship yet and this pissed him off. He took to Twitter tonight to rant bitterly about the money he spent on her, calling her a 'broke ass hungry bitch'.  Her response was epic: She transferred all the cash he spent during the date to his bank account and told him to keep the change.  Read the convo after the cut...

The Head of News of Coolfm, Nigeriainfofm and Wazobiafm, Port Harcourt Branch, Blessing Olomou has shared the news of a Jumia delivery man who was allegedly murdered by 3 suspects after he went to PH to deliver some items.

The items he went to deliver are 2 iPhones and a motorbike. It was said, the Delivery man went missing on Saturday.. and Investigations begun.
His body was recovered from a septic tank, and 3 suspects are already in custody for the alleged murder of the Delivery man. The police, apparently, acted on a tip off from neighbors who suspected foul play within the compound.

Tragedy has stuck at the Moremi Hall of the University of Lagos after a Chemistry Education student, identified simply as Tope, slumped and died at the institution’s medical centre.

Sources in UNILAG said the student, who was squatting in the hostel, died shortly after returning from an outing with a man.

They added that Tope could have been saved if she was promptly attended to at the centre.

One of them said, “Tope was squatting here. She went to a club and returned around midnight on Thursday. It was not long afterwards that she started gasping. We rushed her to the UNILAG Medical Centre, but they blamed the student who allowed her to squat in her room. Tope eventually died, while the other student is being threatened with eviction.’’

However, the management of the university said no student died at the centre. A statement from the school’s Deputy Registrar, Information Unit, Mr. Toyin Adebule, said Tope died before she was brought to the centre.

“I wish to state that the incident did not happen at the centre. Also, there is no report from the hall to the Dean of Students Affairs on the incident. Therefore, no student has been ejected from the hall,” the statement read in part.

Took a little tour to her Facebook account and was carried away by the eulogies from heartbroken friends, quite unfortunate, here are some of her photos and a little bio of her.

Her name is Temitope Omolara, she is from Ogun, Ondo state but schools and lives in Lagos, Nigeria.

She is studying Chemistry Education at the University of Lagos which has already been stated above.

Born on December 20, 1995 and went to Gbaja Girls High School, Surulere, Lagos.

President Muhammadu Buhari has advised vice chancellors of universities to expel students with less than 0.5 cumulative grade point average (CGPA).

Speaking on Sunday at the 31st convocation of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT), Buhari said such students should not be allowed to loiter around in higher institutions.

Buhari, who was represented by Anthony Onwuka, minister of state for education, said: “We must stop to continue housing adventurers, who have no business remaining in the universities beyond the time specified for their studies in the universities.”

“In that wise, it is being proposed that at the end of this academic year, any student with less than 0.5 CGPA should cease to be a student of the university and should be shown the way out.

“The universities must continue to have people who are serious in what they have come to do.

“If you have less than 0.5 in your CGPA, you are out. You are out for good so that the space will be left for those who have come to do serious business.”

Buhari also expressed his commitment to the 2009 agreement entered into with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

Intimate photos of Lesbian girls shopping at a mall in Delta State have gone viral on Social Media. The photos shared by Prince Parpistud on Facebook, shows herself and her partner pose for photos inside the shopping mall in Delta state...
Captioning the post, she wrote:

'She makes me speechless with everything she does can't help it but fall deeper each day
I dedicate this to my heartbeat...my source of happiness I can't live u for the world cause u are my world. good morning LGBT.'

She has since deleted her account after she received serious backlash while those who were tagged in the post have also changed their names on Facebook.

Three siblings trading in beans on Adenekan Street, Alagbado, Lagos State, have been arrested by the police for allegedly selling “poisonous beans” to members of the public.
It was learnt that the traders – Faith Ogbona, Chidioke Ogbona and Sunday Ogbona – were arrested by policemen from the Alagbado division after being alerted by a woman, who caught Chidioke applying Sniper, an insecticide, on the beans.

While Chidioke and Sunday were picked up on Friday, their elder brother, who owned the shop, was nabbed on Sunday when he went to the station to secure their bail.
PUNCH Metro gathered that the shop had also been sealed off.

The police said 41-year-old Faith had wanted to influence his brothers’ release by allegedly offering the divisional police officer a N500,000 bribe, which the latter rejected.
The suspects, who hail from Ebonyi State, were paraded on Wednesday at the Lagos State Police Command headquarters in Ikeja with some bags of the “poisonous beans” and some bottles of Snipers recovered from the shop.
Eighteen-year-old Chidioke told our correspondent that he wanted to preserve the beans with the insecticide to prevent it from being infested with insects.
He said it was his first time of putting the substance in the foodstuffs, claiming that he deduced his “preservation method” from the use of Sniper to kill rodents.
Chidioke said, “I just saw it (Sniper) as something that kills insects and decided to use it to preserve the beans and kill the insects therein. I was applying the chemical for the first time when a woman approached me and warned that it was dangerous.
“A few minutes after, some policemen came to arrest me. My brother (Faith) was not around when I put the Sniper in the beans.”
Although the shop owner confessed that his suppliers in Maiduguri, Borno State, where he bought the goods, used some chemicals including Sniper and DD Force, to preserve beans, he said his brother carried out the act without his consent.
Faith, who said he started the business four years ago, also denied offering the bribe to the DPO.
He said, “I wasn’t around when my brother was caught putting Sniper in the beans. I was called on the telephone and I quickly returned to Lagos from Ibadan (Oyo State), where I had gone for a function. Sunday came to my shop when he learnt some policemen were there and he was also arrested.
“Chidioke just came back from our village. He had never seen me put Sniper in beans. In Maiduguri, if my suppliers wanted to preserve beans, they put DD Force or Sniper in water and spray it on the beans. It will be stored for about three or six months, depending on the quantity of chemicals applied.
“I have never mixed beans with chemicals, but I have been buying the one with chemicals from Maiduguri. If it is stored for a long time, it is not dangerous for human consumption.”
However, Sunday said he just alighted from a motorcycle when the police arrested him.
“I don’t preserve my beans with Sniper. I normally buy the quantity I can sell before insects infest it,” he added.
The state Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, said the suspects would be charged to court after investigation.
“The excuse the owner of the shop gave was that he was mixing pesticide with beans and that he had been selling it like that. He approached the DPO, thinking he could easily settle the case and get the two other suspects released. He offered her N500,000, but she rejected it,” the CP added.
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