We’ve been contacted by Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to arrest Kyari over his connection with internet fraudster Hushpuppi says Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
A top source in the EFCC who spoke to the reporters however said no arrest can be made by the agency since Kyari is a police officer and that the case was not within the capacity of the EFCC but for the police to handle.
According to the source, “FBI has contacted EFCC, asking that we arrest Abba Kyari but we told them that it is a police matter.
The suspected internet fraudster who was arrested in Dubai in June 2020 allegedly told the FBI that he gave a bribe to Abba Kyari to facilitate the arrest and imprisonment of a member of his online fraud gang identified as Chibuzo Vincent. Kyari has however denied this allegation.
Meanwhile, the Inspector General of Police has ordered an internal review of all the allegations levelled against Kyari by Hushpuppi.
Nigerian singer, Lyta’s baby mama, Kemi Ayorinde took to her Instagram page to announce that she is free from the Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) she claimed she contracted from him.
According to Kemi post, she was declared free from the STD which their baby didn’t contract, after 1 year and 7 months.
See her Instastory post below……..
After 1yr & 7months of back to back test and treatment I was contacted today that the test I did on Monday results came back with me being FREE and clear from the STD that contacted from Lyta AND also Aarii didn’t contact it during his childbirth, recieving this news just 2days before my child is ONE is THE greatest gift, like wowww..WHAT GOD CAN NOT DO DOESN’T EXIST
Nigerian actress Evan Okoro took to her Instagram page to cried out for help following the attempt on her life.
The actress shared a video of herself with swollen lips and face. She is seen crying in the video, while begging people to intervene and save her, claiming some people are trying to kill her because of a movie she made.
According to her Instagram post, she was attacked because of a movie she made about an app called Bigo, owned by a Singaporean based company.
She claims some people are asking her to take down the movie and are targetting her life because of it.
She Later shared another video of herself late at night, arriving at the police station. From the station, she gave an update.
Some viewers reacted, telling her she was seeking publicity for her movie and asked why Nigerians will fight her for shooting a movie about an app owned by a Singaporean.
Read what she said below…
My fellow Nigerians please save me oooo, some people are trying to kill me because of a movie I shot”
They had written a letter to the foreign owners of the app, claiming I was using their app name to shoot a pornographic film.
She released another video explaining why she’s being attacked. She said some people had written a letter to the foreign owners of the app, claiming she was using their app name to shoot a pornographic film.
In order to fight back the claim, I uploaded the movie, showing there’s no porn in it, and the people who filed the complaint are now attacking me, forcing me to delete the movie.
I can’t delete the movie as advised because that’s my only evidence in the public space to counter the report made against me.
Nigeria Video Vixen’s husband Abiodun Lincon, who went viral recently after he sent his video vixen wife Bolanle packing less than 6 months into their marriage, has admitted to domestic violence but blames his estranged wife for pushing him to it.
He also shared a video of himself asking his wife to go back to her mother’s house
In the Viral video he accused his wife of a number of things, including calling her “dirty”, violent, and a “thief”. He went on to add that he has a good wife in South Africa and Bolanle is a “common baby mama” who agreed to be his second wife.
Now, he has granted an interview to discuss his marriage crisis.
During the interview on Instagram Live, Lincon initially said his estranged wife, Bolanle, was the violent one in the marriage.
But Bolanle’s male cousin, BJ, who later joined the Instagram Live interview said that Lincon was lying. He also said that Bolanle has been physically abused by Lincon multiple times.
That was when Lincon admitted, but said his estranged wife caused it.
Read what Lincon said in the interview below…
“Before I started raising my hands, Bolanle used to beat me,” Lincon said.
“I don’t used to touch her before,” but her actions led to me becoming violent towards her.
The Couple got married in February and welcomed a son two months ago. Lincon sent Bolanle packing earlier this week and he filmed it and shared online.
Popular cross-dresser, Bobrisky has fired back after being dragged for reportedly lying about undergoing a butt lift surgery.
The cross-dresser suffered a backlash after sharing new photos of him, months after he shared videos of him at the hospital and also alleging that he was in pain over the ”butt lift surgery” he supposedly underwent.
Reacting to the criticism that trailed his new photos, Bobrisky declared himself the “Queen of Bi*tches” with or without a bigger butt. He also showed off money he claimed an older man gave him, adding that those with bigger butts have not made that much.
Justice Umaru Fadawu of the Borno State High Court sitting in Maiduguri, on July 16, 2021, sentenced a serial fraudster, Alen Abel to fifteen years imprisonment for obtaining N4, 065, 000.00 (Four Million, Sixty-five Thousand Naira), under false pretence.
The offence is contrary to Section 1 (1) (a) of the Advance Fee Fraud and Other Related Offences Act, 2006 and punishable under Section 1 (3) of the same Act.
The convict was arraigned on July 14, 2021, by the EFCC on two separate one-count charge.
One of the charge reads: ‘‘That you Alen Abel, sometimes in May 2020 at Maiduguri, within the Jurisdiction of this Honourable Court, with intent to defraud did obtained One Hundred (100) bags of rice worth N900, 000.00 (Nine Hundred Thousand Naira ) only from Saaqndo Orseer Emmanuel under the pretense of executing a contract of supply of food items, purportedly awarded by Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management (Federal Government School Feeding Programme), under the Special Intervention Programme (SIP), which you knew to be false and thereby committed an offence, contrary to Section 1 (1) (a) of the Advance Fee Fraud and Other Related Offences Act, 2006 and punishable under Section 1 (3) of the same Act.’’
The other charge reads: ‘‘That you Alen Abel, sometimes in May 2020 at Maiduguri within the Jurisdiction of this Honourable Court with intent to defraud did obtained 25kg of Spaghetti at N2,900 (Two Thousand, Nine Hundred Naira) only per carton and Twenty bags of rice at N16,000 (Sixteen Thousand Naira) only per bag worth N3, 165, 000.00 (Three Million, One Hundred and Sixty-five Thousand Naira) from Sontanimen Orison Nyigngo under the pretence of executing a contract of supply of food items, purportedly awarded by Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management And Social Development (Federal Government School Feeding Programme), under the Special Intervention Programme (SIP), which you knew to be false and thereby committed an offence, contrary to Section 1 (1) (a) of the Advance Fee Fraud and Other Related Offences Act, 2006 and punishable under Section 1 (3) of the same Act.’’
The convict pleaded ‘‘guilty’’ to the separate charges preferred against him by the EFCC.
Upon his plea, the prosecution counsel, Mukhtar Ali Ahmed, through Buba Abdul, an operative of the EFCC, reviewed the facts of the case and prayed the court to convict and sentence Abel as charged.
Justice Fadawu, after listening to the prayer of the prosecution, convicted the defendant and sentenced him to eight and seven years imprisonment on the respective charge.
He however ordered that the jail term will be served consecutively.
Justice Fadawu also ordered the convict to pay N4, 065, 000.00 (Four Million, Sixty-five Thousand Naira), in restitution; and in the event of failure to obey the restitution order, the convict shall serve five years jail term on the two separate charges.
It was reported that at least 31 people died after torrential rain swept through India’s financial capital late on Sunday, triggering landslides that crushed cars and houses while leaving neighborhoods devastated.
Twenty-one people died in the Mumbai suburb of Chembur, in India’s western state of Maharashtra, while 10 people were killed in the suburb of Vikhroli, according to Satya Pradhan, India’s National Disaster Response Force Director General.
Rescue efforts continued through the night, with workers digging through mud and debris to find survivors.
Mumbai’s water supply was also affected after a purification complex flooded, the city’s municipal corporation said on Twitter. It added that thunderstorms and “extremely heavy rainfall” would continue in isolated places.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi offered his condolences to the families of those killed.
“Saddened by the loss of lives due to wall collapses in Chembur and Vikhroli in Mumbai,” Modi wrote on Twitter. “In this hour of grief, my thoughts are with the bereaved families.”
In the 24 hours ending Monday morning local time, Mumbai airport recorded more than 250 millimeters (9.8 inches) of rainfall, according to data analyzed by the Weather.
Mumbai, a city of 12 million people, regularly experiences heavy rainfall during the July-September monsoon season. The rain often triggers building collapses — especially in poorer districts known to house illegal or poorly built dwellings.
According to a study by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, central India had a threefold rise in widespread extreme rain events from 1950 to 2015. Long dry spells have been broken up by bursts of extreme rainfall, leaving hundreds of thousands vulnerable to the risks that come with it.
In July 2019, at least 43 people were killed by heavy rains in the city. A dam that burst near the Ratnagiri district devastated seven villages, a commandant of the National Disaster Response Force said.
In 2005, flooding in the state of Maharashtra killed more than 1,000 people — including 410 from Mumbai, according to a study by the United Nations Human Settlement Programme. India’s Meteorological Department recorded 940 millimeters (37 inches) of rain in the city, making it one of the worst extreme weather events the city has experienced.