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Blogger Linda Ikeji buys her sister a N30 million  Benz for believing in her in her broke days.

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A lot of people are quick to forget the people that believed in them when they were poor/broke and had nothing. The attainment of wealth and fame brings out the true character of most humans, but not Linda. This is the reason I respect the wealthy and humble. Because it takes a certain kind of grace to be that way. We blacks badly have that, unless corrupt and stealing leaders who deny what they own, because they don’t want to get caught. An average black man wants to show off every dime they make, while a white man invests. Linda on the other hand, had earned by respect with her humility. She is supper wealthy, and is cool about it.

She has kept her cool in poverty and wealth, and now remembers her the undying believe and enthusiasm her sister had for her dreams, which is now a reality. She has just gifted her sister a N30 million  Benz for believing in her. She posted the photo on her Instagram page with this caption;

 from @officiallindaikeji – To the most hard working woman and best human being I know. When I started my company in 2004, whenever I dressed up to go to work, she would dress up and follow me. Almost every day for 7 years. Except when she had to go to school. For years, we didn’t make much but she never stopped believing in me or hustling with me. She worked as hard as I did, if not more for our lives to be better. My backbone and my ‘Miss Fix It’. Love and appreciate you more than you can ever know. Enjoy @sandra_ikeji @eventsbysi

While her rather hyperactive sister and wife to ogbonnaya KANU had this to say about the gift.

 from @lauraikeji – So my sister @officiallindaikeji just bought my sister @sandra_ikeji a 30million Mercedes benz GLE. Like really Linda lol. Why do I work so hard why 😢😢😭😭 😁😁😁😁 but hey Sandy I’m so happy for you sis. We twinning now o. Hey @officiallindaikeji any consolation gift for ya girl? I used to be your bestie na.

Congratulations to them all. Linda is Bae.

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Man dies after SARS operatives open fire on relaxation spot.

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Men of the police special Anti Robbery Squad SARS, On the 22nd of January, 2018, fired shots on a recreational centre close to School of health and technology, Zawan Plateau State, critically injuring a hand full of individuals, of which Henry Dokotri Anthony was one of them. He later on died at about 8pm, and the family is not about to let it go. They threaten to sue the wildly repugnant operatives who many have condemned due to their lack of empathy.

The shop owner narrated his experience to the media. “The youths there were actually watching wrestling and Henry Dokotri was standing by the door side and when the SARS came they just pushed them inside and that was how they went away with them. .

As I speak to you now three persons are in remand. I am presently with the state chairman of the Police Community Relations Committee, PCRC, we are heading for the Commissioner of Police (CP’s) office to ensure that those three persons are released,” he said. .

Confirming the incident, the Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Terna Tyopev, said the injured victims were taken to the Plateau State Specialist Hospital in Jos. He said 13 people were arrested by the police but did not disclose their offenses or why an attack was launched.
A witness, Dapip Stanley, revealed the police were not provoked. Stanley said SARS have been threatening the residents. “This is not the first time they have injured many in the past.

SARS personnel have been terrorising our people here in Dorowa. Each night, they always threaten to shoot people, and yesterday night (Monday) they carried out their intention, shot and killed our people,” he said.

They are have actually been terrorising the Country.

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Man Uses POS To Steal N1.2bn From Access Bank 

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According to Sahara reporters, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Lagos Zonal office, on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, arraigned one Ifeanyi Nwaneri before Justice Olusola Ajibike Williams of the Special Offences Court sitting in Ikeja, Lagos on a five-count charge bordering on stealing to the tune of N1.2billion. The defendant, a customer with Access Bank Plc, was alleged to have fraudulently carried out several transactions on Point of Sales (POS) terminal issued to him by the bank.

The defendant, a customer with Access Bank Plc, was alleged to have fraudulently carried out several transactions on Point of Sales (POS) terminal issued to him by the bank.

One of the counts reads: “That you, Ifeanyi Nwaneri, sometime between September 1 and 4, 2017, at Lagos within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court, dishonestly converted for the use of Sessy Global Ventures the sum of N25, 000, 000.00 (Twenty-five Million Naira only), property of Access Bank Plc.”

Another count reads: “That you, Ifeanyi Nwaneri, sometime between August 15 and September 12, 2017, at Lagos within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court, dishonestly converted for the use of Omede Shedu Silas the sum of N17, 000, 000.00 (Seventeen Million, One Hundred Thousand Naira) only property of Access Bank Plc.”

The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charge preferred against him.

In view of his plea, the prosecution counsel, Nnemeka Omewa, urged the court to allow his trial begin immediately and, remand the defendant in prison custody pending the determination of the charges levelled against him.

However, counsel to the defendant, John Dong, informed the court of a pending application for bail on behalf of his client.

He, therefore, prayed the court to grant the defendant bail.

Consequently, Justice Williams granted the defendant bail in the sum of N5million with two sureties in like sum.

One of the sureties must be a relation to the defendant and must own a landed property within the jurisdiction of the court.

Thereafter, Justice Williams asked the prosecution counsel to call his witness in the matter.

Led by Omewa, the first prosecution witness, PW1, Chuks Igboerika, a manager with Access Bank Plc, revealed to the court how the defendant had approached the bank sometime in March, 2017 for the issuance of a POS terminal.

PW1 said the defendant had requested that the POS machine should be enabled in such a way that it would accept international cards, which he was eventually granted.

The witness further told the court that the defendant started receiving huge inflows into his account through his international cards on July 30, 2017.

He also said that the defendant consistently received money from July, 2017 to September 18, 2017 to the tune of N1.2billion.

“When we discovered how money was being credited into Ifeanyi’s account with Access Bank, he was engaged by the Relationship Team Unit of Access Bank to know the nature of the work he did that could have warranted the large sums of money that he had in his account. He told the team that he deals in ‘Precious Stone’, in addition to dealing in automobile parts. He also said that his customers were foreigners.”

“As the money came into his account, he transferred some into different bank accounts. He has so far transferred N508million to other banks, leaving a credit of about N677million in the account with Access Bank”, the witness said.

In his further evidence, PW1 also told the court that Access Bank received a mail from Interswitch in which it made a declaration of fraud in the transactions of POS belonging to the defendant and the fact that there was no authorization for the transactions from the legitimate owners of the money involved.

Investigations, however, revealed that the defendant carried out the transactions with the VISA International Card.

Also, the investigation revealed that when the bank asked the defendant to produce the POS machine issued to him, he said it was not with him.

It was also revealed that when Access Bank asked Interswitch to produce ‘chargebacks’-complaints from the persons who lost money so as to declare the transactions fraudulent, it could not produce any.

Giving further testimony, the witness told the court that “the loophole was discovered by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, after Access Bank reported the transactions.

“It was revealed that Interswitch was hoarding the debits entries in its system records without passing the entries to the appropriate channels, which were the real card holders who have allegedly parted with their money

“An international POS transaction must go through Interswitch, then to the card issuing company which, in this case, is VISA Card. Then, the transaction must reflect the cardholder and go back through the same channel to the bank before a transaction can be confirmed approved.

“And if a transaction was declined or not approved, it goes through the same channel. But in this case, it was discovered by CBN that the transactions done by the defendant started and ended between the defendant and Interswitch.”

The witness told the court that all the authorized companies; VISA Card, Unified Payment System, Interswitch, CBN, and Access bank involved in an international POS transaction were invited to review the fraud independently.

“They all came to the verdict that the fraudulent transactions done by the defendant were debited from Access Bank authorized by Interswitch.

In view of this, the prosecution counsel, Omewa, sought to tender the petition written to EFCC against the defendant and the defendant’s statement of account.

Both documents were admitted in evidence as exhibits by the court.

During cross-examination by the defense counsel, the witness told the court that it was at the point of interrogation that the defendant told the bank what he does for a living.

But the defense counsel pointed out that it was wrong for a financial institution to have failed to do that from the outset.

The case was adjourned to April 23 and 27, 2018 for the continuation of trial.

Source: Sahara reporters

 

MY Opinion:

But where was Access bank when all this was going on? That someone had to steal such a huge sum of their money. These guys are always one step ahead with their abilities. If It is always this  easy for them to commit such financial crimes with a bank, then we should worry about our Money and banks. Could this be incompetence of financial institutions of Nigeria flashing us in the face ? They use to say that the bank us the safest place to keep your money, but I don’t know what to make of this.

God help us oh. N1.2 billion is unbelievably huge. I wonder if they can retrieve the entire stolen fund. Should they employ this guy just for his skills and use him for good, to protect their money? I think they should. #justsaying

Ifeanyi Nwaneri
Ifeanyi Nwaneri

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Kim K West’s Grand Ma thinks Cardi B is the name of a Man.

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While shooting the release of her  Concealer, Baking powder and brightening powder, Kim K West included her mother Kris and GrandMa M.J. The three generation of women wore their off white tops and Kim K’s signature white wig, which she had the women wear, so they can all look the same like she pictured it the shoot to be.

Kim took time out to have her always expected Instagram video in between shoots. While Cardi B song played in the background, Kim tried to have a little talk with her grandmother when she asked her  if she knee who Cardi B was.

But an innocently elderly, previous generation ago M.J, without thinking, responded with a question.

“Is that a Male rapper?”

Kim laughed it off, before correcting her Granny, saying that Cardi B is a lady, a female rapper, and that the song playing in the background, is one of Cardi B’s. Later on, Kim posted the picture with a caption advertising the release of her new products.

 From @kimkardashian – Today is the day! Concealers, Baking powder and brightening powders are launching at 12pm PST exclusively on KKWBEAUTY.COM .

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