In a new video that is now going viral, a young lady was seen throwing tantrum in a bank after she screamed out that her money was allegedly missing from her bank account.In the video, the lady was caught creating a scene by lashing out at everyone while repeatedly saying that her 58,000 Naira which she borrowed had gone missing as she tried to withdraw from the bank.
Judiciary, parliamentary workers’ strike to end soon -FG The Federal Government has expressed optimism that the strike of the Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria, and the Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria would end soon.Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Ngige, expressed this belief while addressing newsmen at the end of a conciliation meeting between the government negotiating team, and the two unions on Thursday in Abuja.
Nigeria's apex bank, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Thursday, executed regulatory measures on one of Nigeria's frontline financial institutions, First Bank of Nigeria Plc, with a sacking order issued to all it's board members led by Ibukun Awosika.The regulatory body also announced the immediate appointment of Tunde Hassan-Odukale popularly known with the moniker, THO in industry circles as Chairman of the bank nestled at Sam Asabia House, Marina, Lagos.
1) Nigeria Has Collapsed Under Buhari’s Govt– Wike.Recently, Nyesom Wike stated that the killings of citizens by unknown gunmen in parts of the country is a clear manifestation of bad leadership.Governor Wike said this when he had an interactive session with traditional rulers, political and opinion leaders of Andoni nationality at Government House in Port Harcourt.
A young man who was discovered to have got 13 different Bank Verification Numbers (BVN) belonging to bank customers which he used to defraud banks by collecting loans and refusing to pay back has been arrested by operatives of the Niger State Police Command, the command announced late on Thursday night, April 22.
The reality is that many people are making their money illegally and fraudulent means in the country, and that's why the EFCC have been working tirelessly to put an end to all fraudulent means of making money.However, an eye-opening video showing how a man has been making use of other people's Bank Verification Number to take loan online was seen here.
History was made today as the people of Anambra and other Nigerians who were at the Anambra State International Cargo and Passenger Airport which is located at Umueri in Anambra West Local government Area of the state, witnessed as the first commercial plane landed at the airport.The landing of the aircrafts sent an eruption of happiness and uncommon joy in the hearts of the large crowd which comprises of Anambra indigene and other Nigerians.
The NIRSAL Microfinance Bank(NMFB) management have begins the Approval of loans to 2021 Applicants.The NIRSAL Microfinance Bank Loan which was introduced by the Federal Government to support Nigerians in their businesses have set for second disbursement of loans.However, All NIRSAL Microfinance Bank Loans which Includes Nigerian Youth Investment Fund(NYIF) and TCF Covid 19 loan will commence disbursement of funds before next month.
Union Bank has been negotiating with Rothschild & Co. and Atlas Mara about its options Zenith Bank and Access Bank, among others, have expressed interest in the Atlas Mara Group's acquisition of Union Bank and other African assets.Bob Diamond, the founder of Atlas Mara Limited and former Chief Executive of Barclays Bank Plc, is expected to leave the African financial market after misjudging competition on the continent and overpaying for acquisitions.
Today's Headlines: Nigerian Prophet Reveals Buhari's Successor, ASUP Vows To Continue Strike Despite FG's N15bn Offer
ASUP Vows To Continue Strike The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has vowed to continue with its nationwide industrial action despite a ₦15bn offered by the Federal Government.ASUP had commenced strike on April 6 declared a strike, demanding the implementation of a new salary scheme for polytechnic lecturers.
After several months of voting, Gage which is one of Nigeria biggest digital platforms finally announces the winner of some personalities who have been making waves on social media platforms and affecting lives through their activities.The categories of the awards include; App of the year Breakout app of the year Online film/documentary of the year Podcast of the year Content creator of the year (Platform) Blog of the year Online news platform of the year Website of the year Online campaign of the year Data service provider of the year Banking app of the year Gage star of the year Web Series of the year Comedian of the year Online influencer of the year (audience voice) The best digital financial platform of the year Entrepreneur of the year.
The telecommunication industry continues to witness a tremendous growth rate.The Android Operating System has been the best-selling OS since 2011 on smartphones and 2013 on tablets.As of 2017, Android has over two billion monthly active users, and in 2021, Google Play Store features over 3 million apps.
How Policemen Forced Me To Transfer #153,000 Via POS At A Gun Point Yesterday- LASU Student Narrated
On the 24, April 2021 was a memorable day for a Lagos State University student who was said to be Mr. Hezekiah Oluwaponmile as he is on the way to Abeokuta from Ibadan Oyo State on Saturday.The LASU student said some Gun-wielding officers from Owode Egba police station at Isiun of Ogun State block him and extorted him He said after they stop him, they forced him out of his car and asked about his occupation and he told them he is a student of Lagos State University, they now asked him to unlock his phone but he refused and they threatened to kill him if he refuses to do so, or he should bail himself with #1,000,000 they now brought out a shocker before the student complies with that police officers.
In the wake of the computer and technological advancements in Nigeria and the world at large, a lot of criminals have seized the opportunity to defraud unsuspecting victims of their hard earned money due to ignorance, greed and lack of awareness.The high rate of poverty in the land too is one of the reasons victims fall for this coin masters who do not fail to dupe their victims at the slightest opportunity.
This article featured an interrogation video of an apprehended fraudster who explained in details, how he obtain loan on people's account after obtaining their BVN.Read through to the end and watch the video to hear his confession.It is an unlucky day in the life of a fraudster after he was apprehended and interrogated on the techniques he used to defraud people, in a recent video posted on social media.
Federal Government saluted Nigerian Export-Import Bank (NEXIM) board's for decreasing its non-performing loans portfolio and inflicting the Bank back on a aisle of gainfulness.Minister of Finance, Zainab Ahmed confirmed in a statement on Friday in Abuja.Zainab Ahmed also promulgated the appointment of two additional non-Executive Directors into the bank.
Bolanle Ninalowo popularly known as Nino B is a Nigerian actor, accountant and entrepreneur.He began his career in the banking and music industry, before venturing into the Nigerian Movie Industry called Nollywood in the year 2010.He was born on May 7th, 1980 (40 years), in Ikorodu, Lagos State, Nigeria.
The police are a constituted body of persons empowered by a state, with the aim to enforce the law, to ensure the safety, health and possessions of citizens, and to prevent crime and civil disorder.Their lawful powers include arrest and the use of force legitimized by the state via the monopoly on violence.
The Nigerian Police Force has arrested three Policemen who were attached to the Owode- Egba Police Station, Siun, Ogun State, for allegedly extorting N153,000 from Hezekiah Olumaponmile a student of the Lagos State University (LASU), forcefully at gunpoint.It was gathered that the incident which happened on Saturday the 24th of April, alleged that the Policemen stopped Hezekiah on his way to Abeokuta from Ibadan and forcefully demanded N1m from him.
A student of the Lagos State University (LASU) had voiced out how he was extorted by three policemen in ogun state the sum of N153,000.Hezekiah Oluwaponmile as his name was called had gone on social media on Saturday, April 24, to report how the officers had forced him at gun point to transfer N153,000 via a POS machine.