Staff, (Nigerian Tribune) - Latest edition of Migration and Development Brief, a publication of the World Bank released last week claimed that remittances to Nigeria from abroad fell by 10 per cent. In 2015, diaspora remittances to the country stood at $21 billion and it made Nigeria sixth largest receiver of remittances in the world.
Staff, (NAN) - United States Federal court has convicted a Nigerian, Wiseman Oputa, who set up a number of bank accounts with bogus passports over a year, in which he managed to steal at least $500,000 through wire fraud and Internet scams.
Staff, (NAN) - Over 30 people are feared dead at a football viewing centre in Calabar after being electrocuted by a high tension cable that reportedly fell on them. They were watching a UEFA Europa League quarter-final match between Manchester United and Anderlecht on satellite television
FBI, (NAN) - Obinna Obioha, 31, and a Nigerian hacker has pleaded guilty to wire fraud, and admitted to participating in a scheme to hack into computers and email accounts in the United States for the purpose of stealing money from American companies.
Staff, (Punch) - The controversy surrounding the ownership of the $43.4m found by the EFCC at the Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos, has taken a dramatic turn. Gov Wike of Rivers State and the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) are claiming ownership of the money.
Cecilia Ijuo, (NAN) - Senate has vowed to publish names of importers and banks found culpable in ongoing investigation into over N30 trillion alleged foreign exchange frauds perpetrated between 2006 and 2017.