Two Nigerians, Eneye Dania and Osariemen Isibor have been sentenced to a combined 31 months in prison over a email scheme seeking to steal personal information from Vermont state employees and file fraudulent tax returns.
Emerging reports claimed that some suspected fraudsters have allegedly defrauded a United States-based Nigerian businessman, James Okolo, of N33m who lamented that efforts to recover his funds had been abortive.
A Nigerian man, Imasaun Henry Omorogby, and his Indian girlfriend, Sheela Dey, have been arrested for allegedly duping people on the pretext of providing them jobs abroad, according to a report by the Indian police.
According to the self-acclaimed Gucci Ambassador, Hushpuppi, N36 million is still maintain money in his world, because before you look left and right the money is all gone. Here's how he shared that his life is premium quality.
An Federal Capital Territory High Court sitting in Jabi on Friday, July 13, sentenced Lebi-Ayodele James, a staff of the Office of the Auditor General of the Federation to two years in prison for forging the ICAN certificate.
An ex-NYSC director said it was impossible for the NYSC to have issued a certificate of exemption to someone who graduated below the age of 30 as the individual would have been made to serve even if he or she was 60.
Eight suspected internet fraudsters have been arrested for their roles in a widespread Africa-based cyber conspiracy that allegedly defrauded United States companies and citizens of approximately $15 million since at least 2012.
The Nigeria Police Force, Lagos state command has arrested a new generation bank worker, identified as Bunmi, for allegedly conniving with two others to hack into a customers' accounts and steal the sum of N3 million.
A 41-year-old cleric, Segun Oyeniyi, is facing trial at a magistrates’ court, Lagos, for allegedly defrauding a Bureau de change operator of N12 million. Oyeniyi pleaded innocence of the offences of conspiracy, fraud and theft.
The Presidential Amnesty Office says on Tuesday, June 5, in Abuja that it has uncovered irregularities in the previous deployment of delegates for educational programmes at some universities in different parts of the country.
A Walter Sisulu University student, Sibongile Mani, 28, who spent more than $63,000 of $1.1 million that was mistakenly deposited into her account has appeared in court on theft charges on Tuesday, May 29, police said.
A Federal High Court in Benin on Thursday, May 24, granted the Edo chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Dan Orbih, and Osagie Ize-Iyamu, the 2016 governorship candidate, N10 million bail each for alleged N700 million fraud.
A Nigerian lady schooling in the United Kingdom identified as Fola Ogunsemo, has said she was ashamed of being a Nigerian after partaking in an examination where Nigeria was used as question about internet fraud.
The absence of Fred Ajudua, a lawyer turned businessman, at an Ikeja high court has stalled his criminal trial for allegedly defrauding retired Ishaya Bamaiyi, a former Chief of Army Staff of $8.4 million in 2004.
Two sisters have been scammed of N389, 000 after they allegedly made payment to a middle-aged man who made them believe his holy water could rid them of their bad luck. Here's how they found out he was a scammer.
One of the persons accused by the presidency of looting $3billion from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Jide Omokore, has denied that accusation, saying that the matter is already before the court.
President Muhammadu Buhari said in Bauchi on Thursday, April 26, that his resolve to ensure the recovery of looted resources was unshakable, saying his administration would also ensure the judicious utilisation of the funds.
A non-governmental group, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), has asked the Federal High Court in Lagos to order the Senate president Bukola Saraki, Senator Dino Melaye and 107 other senators to refund “illeg
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Senate President Bukola Saraki, on Friday, April 20, has reacted to reports on some online media that he was involved in a N10billion fraud scandal. this was contained in a statement signed by his spokesperson, Yusuph Olaniyonu.
A court in Lagos state on Friday, April 20 sentenced an unemployed 34-year-old man, who impersonated a deputy superintendent of police to defraud seven people in the guise of offering them jobs to 14 years imprisonment.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has recovered four houses in Lagos and two in Abuja allegedly owned by Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state. An Appeal Court had on Thursday, April 19, frozen Fayose's two