AN ARRESTED MOTORCYCLE THIEF, SHARIF AUDU HAS SAID THAT HE WENT INTO STEALING SO HE CAN RAISE MONEY TO MAINTAIN HIS GIRLFRIEND. The 18-year-old was apprehended around Honey Bell Hotel in Minna by a team of police officers after robbing one Yakubu Ndanusa of his
One Bashir Usman an indigent poor tricyclist/Keke Napep rider that stays in Narguta area in Jos, Plateau state – yesterday returned the sum of 582, 400 (Five Hundred and eighty two thousand four hundred naira) a trader Mama Ejimeh forgot in his tricycle on Saturday.
Below is how an Instagram user @Soyeslim who eyewitnessed the incident, narrated the story and shared the video clip on social media; ******************************** “This happened at Ikeja Along bus stop on Friday at about 4pm…He’s a beggar who happens to be crippled but
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has returned N159,500 out of the N278, 500 it recovered from an accident scene in Ogun to the survivors and relatives of the deceased passengers. The FRSC Unit Commander in Sagamu, Mr Mohammed Abdullahi, told the News Agency of
No matter the level you are, if you live your life jealousing other people’s progress you could lose your own substance. Live decently and be dilligent, your time will surely come. As you read this, the life of a dilligent security man has changed completely.
Nigerians just prefer to turn deaf ears when it comes to ponzi schemes, they won’t heed to the advice of anyone who warns them against it – just like this gentleman who was convinced because of the speed with which the scheme TWINKAS was paying.
According to a new report by Premium Times, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has released a new foreign exchange policy in the country with immediate effect. The new policy is sequel to last Thursday’s directive by the National Economic Council (NEC), for immediate
Banks have set limits on overseas Point of Sale (PoS) and online card transactions, Many of the lenders, which are battling a tough dollar scarcity, have pegged monthly transactions on PoS and online transactions using cards at $100, British Pounds Sterling 90, Euro 130 and
While presenting a suspected frauster to newsmen in Ilorin, the NDLEA Commander in Kwara state, Apeh Reuben, has revealed that the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency on Friday, arrested Mohammed Adamu for possessing N9.8 million fake currency notes which were mainly N1,000 notes. Reuben who
Former governor of Lagos, Bola Ahmed Tinubu has expressed his immense support for President Buhari’s decision to remove the fuel subsidy. In a statement released on Thursday in Lagos, Jagaban said that the Buhari administration made a prudent decision in the removal of the