• MMM ignores EFCC and CBN warnings, creates branded shirts to restrategize… See photos

    MMM ignores EFCC and CBN warnings, creates branded shirts to restrategize… See photos

    Despite warnings from House of Representatives, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, promoters and participants of Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox, otherwise known as ‘MMM’ in Nigeria, have become more resilient.

    The participants are currently mounting campaign exercises to lure more Nigerians to the Ponzi Scheme as they have released branded shirts to be given as freebies to participants ready to go public about their success stories with hard evidences of financial gains.

    Recall that the EFCC had confirmed […]

  • University Student Creates Photo Series Showing Graphic Sexual Assaults Against Victims

    University Student Creates Photo Series Showing Graphic Sexual Assaults Against Victims

    A college student has organised a photo campaign showing the evils of r*pe and the frustration of the victim.

    Yana Mazurkevich, student of Ithaca College,USA has created a photo series, dubbed ‘It Happens’

    Her photo series was created as an angry response to the release of a r*pist, Brock Turner, from jail.

    Brock Turner, a Stanford University student, was some time ago, found guilty of assaulting an unconscious woman on Stanford’s campus, and was sentenced to just six months […]

  • FRSC creates data bank for road traffic accident

    FRSC creates data bank for road traffic accident

    The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) says the need to have a unified road accident data in the country informed the creation of the “National Crash Report Information System (NACRIS)’’.

    According to the corps 2015 annual report, the NACRIS is a committee responsible for the collation and harmonisation of road traffic accident data from all agencies generating data on accident.

    The report said the FRSC and Ministry of Health serve as Secretariat of the NACRIS due to the fact that accident “is […]

  • Bayelsa creates website for indigenes to access monthly allocations

    Bayelsa creates website for indigenes to access monthly allocations

    As part of its efforts to boost transparency and accountability, the Bayelsa State government, has approved the creation of a website to be known as ‘The Bayelsa Watch’ where its monthly income and expenditure can be accessed.

    Disclosing this to newsmen at the end of the 59th Executive Council meeting, the state Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Jonathan Obuebite, said the website would be domiciled in the State Ministry of Information and Orientation.

    The Commissioner said the website would enable citizens to […]