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MediaTek posted a topic in People and NationsTwo arrested suspected serial killers, Dauda Amusat and Kabiru Dudupariola, have confessed to killing a 42-year-old businessman, Sanusi Isiaka, on May 14, 2017, near Slava Construction Company along Iwo Road for money ritual purpose. The suspects who were arrested and paraded by the Osun State Police Command on December 28, 2018, in Ifon, reportedly chopped off the head of the businessman for ritual purpose. The State’s Commissioner of Police, Mr. Fimihan Adeoye, who confirmed the incident said that the suspects were allegedly contracted by another businessman, Yekini Ayinde aka Abija, currently at large, who paid them N200,000 to kill the deceased. According to the suspects, Isiaka had supplied bags of rice to Abija who didn’t want to pay for the goods after selling them, hence his contract to kill him. Amusat who narrated how they killed the businessman said;
MediaTek posted a topic in ViralMore details have emerged about the young lady who vomited clean notes of N500 denomination on Sunday in Warri, Delta State after she was allegedly charmed by an internet fraudster known as ‘Yahoo Boy’. According to UrhoboToday, the lady vomited money weeks after her underwear (pant) was stolen by unknown persons. Hundreds of people gathered around the scene of the incident, causing traffic on the major Effurun- Sapele road thereby disrupting the movement of residents who were going to their various churches. It took the timely intervention of armed policemen from Ugborikoko, Eburumede, Enerhen and ‘B Division’ police stations to bring sanity to the area after the victim was taken away in a police patrol vehicle to an unknown destination. A family source ,Mark disclosed that the victim (a young lady) complained that her underwear was missing about two weeks ago. According to her, “suddenly she started getting so restless in the early hours of Sunday morning, complaining of dizziness, body pains, and headache. Before long, she started feeling like throwing up and when we realized the vomiting was becoming inevitable, we brought a basin for her to use. “But to our greatest surprise, it was Nigerian currency notes that was coming out from her mouth and after vomiting different denominations of N1000 and N500 notes for a while, the vomiting seized and that was the point a pastor resident in the same building came prayed for her.” She noted that it was at this point that the police team came in and insisted they must take her away from the house so as to disperse the crowd who had waited several hours to see the victim. Confirming the incident, the Warri Area Commander, ACP Mohammed Shaba, stated that the victim had been taken to a nearby hospital for further observation and medical attention. He noted that he had to immediately dispatch his men to the scene when the report got to him to reduce the tension and panic the news had caused in town. A Police officer who spoke on the condition of anonymity said: ” We don’t really believe in juju, but this has proved that it works. The development has confirmed that advance fee fraudsters ( yahoo boys ) now use female pants for rituals. People should be careful. We will soon unmask those behind the dastardly act”.
MediaTek posted a topic in Business TipsMTN Nigeria has added another value-added services to their existing platform. You can now borrow money from MTN using MTN XtraCash services; I mean real Money just the way you borrow airtime and pay later. MTN XtraCash is a service that allows eligible customers to access short-term Micro Credit loans via a USSD platform from their mobile phones. How to Apply for MTN XtraCash Service Eligible customers can request for XtraCash by dialing the USSD code *606# and select XtraCash on the menu. You will then be taken to the next stage where you will then choose the option to apply for the load and thereafter know the tune of an amount that you are allowed to borrow. Once your application is successful, your MTN Yello account would be credited in due time. How Much Can I Borrow From MTN? You can borrow N5,000 or N10,000 based on eligibility but this is applicable to only MTN customers. How Do I Receive The Cash? The Xtracash Loan amount would be credited into customers’ Diamond Yello Account. The MTN Xtracash loan maturity period is 30 days at an interest rate of 15%. What if I Don’t Have Diamond Yello Account? Well, the only eligibility is to have MTN Diamond Yello Account which you can easily open by dialing *710#. Now you can borrow data from MTN using xtrabyte, borrow airtime using xtratime and now borrow money.