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Nigerians Lost N2.19bn To Fraud In 2016 – Report

By COMFORT NJIONYE A report by the Nigeria Electronic Fraud Forum (NEFF), which was on Wednesday showed that electronic payment space transaction fraud rose by 82 percent in 2016 with an estimated N2.19 billion lost to cyber criminals. The annual report for 2016 titled: “A Changing Payments Ecosystem: The Security Challenge”,  noted that “the

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UTME: JAMB Withholds 76,923 Results Due To Malpractices

By CHRIS EKEKE, Abuja About 76, 923 results of candidates who wrote the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) have been withheld for various malpractices by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB). Addressing reporters in Abuja, the JAMB’s registrar,  Prof Is-haq Oloyede disclosed that some super rich parents paid as much as N200, 000 to owners of Computer

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Wike To NDDC: You Are Playing Politics With Rivers Development

By CHRIS EKEKE, Abuja Rivers State governor, Chief Ezebunwo Nyesom Wike, has accused the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) of playing politics with the development of the state. This is as the Peoples  Democratic Party (PDP) caucus  of the National Assembly has endorsed Wike for a second term as governor of the state. Speaking  during

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 FG To Sanction Micro-Credit Defaulters – Minister

By AMARACHUKWU OKOROAFOR The Minister of Women Affairs, Senator Aisha Jummai Alhassan, has said that defaulters of federal government’s empowerment initiatives for poor Nigerians will be sanctioned and denied use of banking facilities in Nigeria and their group registration certificates cancelled. Senator Alhassan,  who made this known in Katsina during a townhall

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