- My country people are still calling me a fraudster - Dammy Krane cries out after apologising to Wizkid
- If the life am living is fake, then I don't want a real one says Hushpuppi
- Your betrayal is alarming - Hushpuppi slams his friend Mompha
- You are broke and stupid - Hushpuppi tells lady who tried to advise him on social media
A Nigerian hacker that defrauded businesses in the US and elsewhere of about $6.5 million, has been jailed for 51 months by a New York federal judge.
Internet big boy Hushpuppi usually brags about his lifestyle on social media but this time, he came out to tackle youths who insult their elders in the country.
NAIJ.com came across the story of a Nigerian lady who reportedly rejected an engineer who repairs generators and other machines because he is not a Yahoo boy.
We seem to be living in an era where youths appear to have developed a habit of showing off their expensive possessions. First Hushpuppi, now Investor BJ.
Nigerian woman cries to the bank after being duped, swindled at the ATM machine. Here's how she went to the bank crying for help after they cleared her account.
Naij.com brings to you the story of Emmanuel Nwude who committed the largest fraud in the country by selling a non-existent airport to a Brazilian for $242m.
Suspected internet fraudsters have allegedly hijacked the Nigerian Police Force Facebook page. They have started using the page to recruit people to their fold.
A Nigerian pastor based in Salzburg, Austria, is currently regretting ever accommodating a homeless countryman. Read full story and more on NAIJ.com Gossip!
Singer Dammy Krane gets sent back to jail after the first court hearing. Dammy who was charged with credit card fraud is not walking away easy from the crime.
Aunt of Dammy Krane, the embattled Nigerian singer arrested for grand theft and fraud in the US has spoken about the incident. Says he was just unlucky.
An infamous Nigerian fraudster, Ade Bendel, swindled the high and the mighty in Nigeria and abroad. He lived a glamorous life, displaying fraudulent wealth.
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has declared a Nigerian man identified as Kelechi Declan James, wanted for perpetrating scams worth N2 billion.
A Facebook user, Toxicandy Michael Udoh has warned Nigerian girls especially in Calabar, Cross River state to be wary of fraudsters who hide under the guise...
Men of the NPF have apprehended a young man who specializes in forging customers signature and going on to withdrawing the money in their various accounts.
Lagos Court of Appeal has affirmed the 10-year imprisonment sentence of an Ikeja High Court on ex-court registrar Oluronke Rosolu for defrauding Bamaiyi.