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Mobile CCTV arrests pick pocket in Oshodi (pics)

The newly deployed mobile CCTV camera procured by the Lagos State Government for the operatives of the Lagos Rapid Response Squad has recorded its first surveillance arrest. 279 more words

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Meet the hacker who gets paid to break into Twitter's website

Young people can easily slip into a life of cyber-crime because of easy-to-use hacking tools online, says the National Crime Agency.

But there is a way of legally hacking company websites – and even getting paid for it. 519 more words

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A cleaner steals $2600 and see the ingenious way he spends it (pics)

A Nigerian cleaner identified as James who stole $2600 from his boss, was caught and paraded before journalists yesterday. According to Chukwudi Iwuchukwu, this is a break down of how he allegedly shared his loot. 24 more words

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Nigeria 'gay wedding' bust leads to charges

Prosecutors in the northern Nigeria state of Kaduna have charged a group of 53 people with conspiring to celebrate a gay wedding.

The accused, arrested last Saturday, have denied the allegations, with their lawyers saying they were illegally detained. 284 more words

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$43million: NIA Collected $289m Cash From NAPIMS Account In 2015

The National Intelligence Agency (NIA) collected $289,202,382 in cash from the account of the National Petroleum Investment Management Services (NIPMS) in February 2015 after the postponement of the general election, TheCable understands. 367 more words

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Benjamin Moorhouse filmed more than 200 people in Sydney public toilets, court told

April 19 2017 – 6:07PM

Man secretly filmed more than 200 people in Sydney public toilets, court told

 A man secretly filmed more than 200 people, including a girl and boy, in Sydney public toilets for his own “sexual gratification,” a court has been told. 312 more words

Australian Crimes

​Nigerian Man Pleads Guilty To Hacking Into Computers, Scamming $6.5M From U.S. Companies

A 31-year-old Nigeria man on Monday, April 17, admitted in federal court Monday his participation in a scheme to hack into computers and email accounts, and steal roughly $6.5 million from American companies last year. 343 more words

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