A Federal High Court in Abuja has heard from a prosecution witness, how Alex Badeh’s wife and sons fled to the US to escape answering to fraud charges.
Despite being on the run after being declared wanted by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Abdulrasheed Maina, was provided federal security cover.
Mobile police officers attached to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Monday, October 23, stormed a mansion belonging to Abdulrasheed Maina
President Buhari has ordered the immediate disengagement of Mr Abdulrasheed Maina from service.This is according to the President’s spokesman, Femi Adesina.
An EFCC witness told a Federal High Court in Lagos how N22.1 billion belonging to the Nigerian Air Force was moved into some private companies’ accounts.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Benin Zonal office on Monday arrested four persons suspected of obtaining money under false pretence.
Davido has explained the rough experience he recently had in an American airport. He likened his situation that of his friend and colleague Dammy Krane.
Hushpuppi recently blasted a woman on social media. The lady had tried to advise him about his lavish lifestyle. However, the big boy wasn’t having any of it.
A Nigerian lady, Christy Glo, has shared her experience with one chance operators who hypnotize their victims and defraud them later. This is truly disturbing.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says Nigeria currently ranks third globally in cyber crimes behind the UK and the U.S as a result of rampant fraud.
The Depot Nigerian Army on Friday, July 28, alerted every Nigerian of the activities of fraudsters claiming to be recruiting candidates on its behalf.
A young woman identified as Kiki Bee Anety, has taken to social media to call out two sisters for reportedly refusing to pay for the goods she sold to them.
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 gathered that a man and his wife have been declared wanted for their alleged involvement in fraudulent activities with a Lagos-based company.
Sri Lanka the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of the police has come up with series of severe measures to restrict fraud committed on the social media.
American Marco Ramirez, was on Thursday June 22, remanded at Kirikiri Prison on the orders of an Ikeja High Court, for allegedly duping 3 Nigerians of $565,000.
NAIJ.com gathered that a young man was exposed on social media for posing as a needy student while defrauding unsuspecting victims of their hard earned money.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Tuesday, June 6, 2017 arraigned the trio of Onukaogu Onyinyechi Esther, Chinazo Jennifer and Joshua.
After a video done by an NGO went viral that actress Tonto Dikeh, allegedly abandoned her son's nanny in a hospital, the actress has confronted the older woman.
Vincent, his siblings and friends were arraigned before a Lagos state High Court on 28 counts bordering on conspiracy, stealing, forgery and impersonation.
Trouble started when a fight erupted between the students of the university and the workers of the school who were in court to witness the arraignment.
Parrot News Nigeria reports that two Nigerians, a man and a woman, have been declared wanted by the Nigeria Police for perpetrating fraud in the country.