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stone bridge posted a topic in NewsA video of a Nigerian man lamenting that he bought fake rice has gone viral on the internet. In the video, the man, who claimed that the rice is made from plastic, lamented the dangerous effect of eating such food. Watch Video..
stone bridge posted a topic in ViralA Lady on IG has raised alarm about a man who bought stuff from her Mother’s Supermarket with fake 95k. According to her they never realized it was fake money till he left. Apparently, he also did same to a nearby shop. See her post below!
stone bridge posted a topic in NewsThe Nigerian Police Force has paraded 48 suspects who were arrested for crimes such as kidnapping, armed robbery, car snatching, cattle rustling and fabrication of locally made prohibited/illegal firearms. They have confessed to the various criminal roles they played in the commission of the crime. The suspects are reported to have been terrorizing the FCT, Niger, Kaduna, Plateau, Katsina, Nasarawa and Zamfara states before their capture. Below are the exhibits recovered from the suspected hoodlums. i. Thirty Five (35) Exotic Cars ii. Five (5) AK47 Rifles iii. Three (3) Pump Action Guns iv. Two (2) Single Barrel Guns v. Three (3) SMG Rifles vi. One (1) Revolver Pistol vii. Two (2) Locally Made Pistols viii. 822 Rounds of AK47 ammunition ix. 68 9MM ammunition x. Four (4) Live Cartridges. xi. Five (5) Plasma TV Sets xii. One (1) Home Theatre Radio
bobdiva posted a topic in CelebritiesA top Nigerian scammer known in the black community as “Starboy” was arrested yesterday along with five friends all from the west African country. Antonio Joscarlos, along with a Thai woman called Sukanya, had used a fake Facebook profile to con middle aged Thai men looking for love. They used a picture of a beautiful female US soldier and pretended to be her – they were chatting to 38 men at the time of their arrest at JP Smart Condominium in Pak Kret. Victims were persuaded in the “romance scam” to send money to their accounts. Taken into evidence were a computer notebook, ten phones, bankbooks, cash and other valuables. Also arrested yesterday were five friends of “Starboy” – all Nigerians – running investment scams tricking Thai couples. Three million baht in funds was found as part of this subsequent investigation. The crime led to connections in Senegal. Leading the crackdown ordered by prime minister Prayut Chan-ocha and deputy Prawit Wongsuwan is acting tourism police chief Surachet Hakpan who said that romance scams and bogus investment schemes were causing a lot of trouble for the country. The former relied on those looking for love while the latter relied on people’s greed. All those arrested have been initially detained on fraud and false pretenses charges though Daily News reported that false imprisonment and assault may be added to the rap sheet for some of them. The crackdown is targeting mostly those in the African community using tourism as a cover for illegal activities.
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