Supreme Court Head Arrested for $2.7 Million Bribe
In the quest of fighting corruption in all areas, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine has accused the head of the Supreme Court of Ukraine, Vsevolod Kniaziev, of receiving a large bribe.
The Ukrainian media reported that the chairman of the Supreme Court had been detained while taking a bribe of $2.7 million.
The judge alleged took the bribe to turn a judgement around for an influential group that is not named yet.
He is being currently interrogated and may charge soon.
ECOWAS Names Buhari As Head Of COVID-19 Response Team
The Economic Community Of West Africa States (ECOWAS) today in her extraordinary teleconference meeting today named the Nigeria's President, President Buhari as the head of the organization coordinating team against the novel coronavirus.This development was made officially known by one of the media aides of the President; Mr Bashir Ahmad through his verified twitter handle on Thursday afternoon.Mr Bahir Tweeted: Presidents of West African countries under the aegis...
Indian Police Nabs Nigerian Drug Smuggler with Cocaine Valued at N133 Million
The Anti Narcotics Cell (ANC) of Mumbai Crime Branch successfully apprehended a Nigerian drug smuggler found in possession of cocaine worth an estimated ₹1.25 crore.According to information provided by an ANC official, the arrest unfolded when the Bandra Unit team was conducting patrols in the Andheri area on Monday. The vigilant officers noticed a Nigerian man behaving suspiciously, prompting them to approach and conduct a search. The search revealed the presence o...
FBI Declares A Nigerian Man Wanted for $30 Million Fraud
The United States Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero announced that a Nigerian man named Chidozie Collins Obasi, 29 has been charged by Indictment with one count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, six counts of mail fraud, and 16 counts of wire fraud, all stemming from a complicated, evolving fraud scheme that initially targeted Americans through a spam email campaign offering illegitimate “work from home” jobs, and then during the COVID-19 pandemic.Chidozie sp...
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