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Hushpuppi is absolutely not guilty of all the charges against him says Defence Lawyer” Gal Pissetzky & Berliner “

Hushpuppi who was arrested in a dramatic operation by Dubai Police “did not take part in any scam or fraud,” a legal representative has...

Shawana Nakesia and Hushpuppi got married in 2018. A 32-yr-old St. Kitts Woman.

Timothy Harris, The Prime minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, says alleged fraudster, Hushpuppi became a legal citizen of the country by...

IT Professionals Deliberate On The Adoption Of 5G Network

On Thursday, July 9, the Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria will host stakeholders in the Information and Communication Technology sector to a...

CBN Debits Banks N122Billion Naira

The Central Bank of Nigeria has debited N122Billionaira ($338m) from banks excess cash which caused the money market to fall by 25%, with...

Reopening Of Nigerian’s Shops In Ghana

More than 600 shops of Nigerians in Ghana have now been reopened after six months of lockdown by Ghanaian government.

SASOL, Had Abandoned The Search For Gas

South African Petrochemicals firm, SASOL, has given up its search for gas in the Mozambique coast. The company said...

House of Reps investigates revenue leakage of 30Billion Dollars

The House of Representatives has opened investigations into Nigeria’s loss of more than Thirty billion dollars annually in the past ten years from...

Bank Credit Increased By 6.5% – Morocco

Morocco’s central bank, Bank Al-Maghrib, in its latest announcement has said, that the bank credit increased by 6.5% in May 2020, with loans...

Unreliable Power Supply Cost Nigeria N10.1tn Annually

World Bank said unreliable power supply in Nigeria has caused huge economic losses, estimated at N10.1tn annually. The World Bank...

Osinbajo Meet The NASS Leaders Over Electricity Tariff Hike

Osinbajo, NASS leadership meet over deferment of electricity tariff hike Yemi Osinbajo, The Vice President is meeting with the...

In The First Half, Nigerian Stocks Down N1.14 Trillion

Nigerian stocks closed the first half down with the average loss of 8.80 percent, corresponding to net capital depreciation of N1.14 trillion...

Unfair treatment of Nigerians in Ghana

Currently, there is tense between the two nations following the destruction of a building belonging to the Nigerian High Commission in Ghana....

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