Thursday, November 30, 2023


September 20, 2023

U.S. court jails international fraud ring member Mustapha Raji for money laundering

“Today’s sentencing of Mustapha Raji should send a clear message that email scams targeting businesses in this District will not be tolerated.”

January 11, 2023

Internet Fraud: U.S. court denies Adesuwa Ogiozee’s plea to remove electronic monitoring ahead of trial

Adesuwa Ogiozee is the latest Nigerian to be charged for involvement in multimillion-dollar fraud in the U.S. while pretending to be a legitimate entrepreneur.

Adesuwa Ogiozee
October 6, 2022

Roe v. Wade: Over 60 clinics in 15 U.S. states end abortion services 

The study, published on Thursday, found that 14 states no longer have any clinics providing abortions as of October 2.

Abortion (Credit: 123 Healthwise)
June 18, 2022

American dog sets house on fire

Close Circuit TV footage shows that the dog unknowingly pressed the stove start knob with its paw, thereby activating the fire.

Dog turns on stove and starts house fire
May 27, 2022

Texas School Shooting: Students march across U.S. to protest gun violence

Thousands of students staged walkouts across the U.S. to protest the Uvalde shooting in Texas.

May 24, 2022

Nigerian battling cyber threats for U.S. Navy awarded ‘Sailor of the Year’

Petty Officer 1st Class Adebayo Adepoju attended Methodist Grammar School in Bodija Ibadan and graduated in 2001.

Adebayo Adepoju
May 21, 2022

Federal judge stops Biden from lifting Trump’s immigration law

Mr Summerhays noted that lifting the order would directly increase the cost of healthcare and education in the U.S.

Joe Biden
June 25, 2021

U.S. charges Pan Ocean Oil Chukwuemeka Onyegbula with wire fraud

A U.S. grand jury in Seattle has charged Pan Ocean Oil Chukwuemeka Onyegbula with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and multiple counts of wire fraud.

A hacker on a computer used to illustrate the story.
January 2, 2021

U.S. shuts down prisons as warders come down with COVID-19

More than 480,000 coronavirus infections and at least 2,100 deaths in prisons have been reported.

An American prison used to illustrate the story. [PHOTO CREDIT: BBC]