Sentenced to 11 thousand years in prison: what did Faruk Fatih Özer do?


CEO of former Turkish crypto exchange Thodex, Faruk Fatih Özer, has been sentenced to 11,196 years in jail after stealing $2 billion from customers.

Over the last year or so, popular crypto exchanges have 

begun falling apart.

 FTX’s co-founder Sam Bankman-Fried has been in and

 out of courtrooms 

for fraud and Celsius has gone bankrupt as well.


Ijebu East Councillors Impeach Suspended Chairman Adedayo Over Funds Diversion, Mismanagement


Councillors of Ijebu East Local Government Area in Ogun State, on Thursday, impeached the suspended chairman of the Council, Hon. Wale Adedayo, over allegations of financial misappropriation and diversion of funds.

Leader of the Legislative Council, Hon. Fasheyi Akindele, in a statement, said Adedayo was impeached after he appeared before the Councillors, following an invitation extended to him over allegations of fund mismanagement


WANTED: NDLEA Nabs Europe-bound Jack Olusola With Drugs At Abuja Airport


The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has arrested a 46-year-old man, Jack Olusola at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA) Abuja for attempting to export 7.2 kilograms of methamphetamine concealed in crayfish to Europe 

PHOTOS: Tinubu Hosts KWAM1 At Aso Rock


Popular Nigerian Fuji musician, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal (KWAM 1), who is known for praising dignitaries in his career that has spanned over four decades…


Nigerian kills his wife for a money ritual


In his desperate get-rich-quick bid, a married Nigerian, man Olohunwa,  has killed his girlfriend, in Oyo state.

According to reports, the “lover boy” beheaded the girlfriend to use her body parts for a money ritual.


ASEWO: Liz Anjorin Reacts To Husband-Snatching Scandal, Blasts Wese Peckam’s Pregnant

Lizzy Anjorin On Husband-Snatching Scandal: I’m Not Dating Married London Man Wese Peckam, His Pregnant Wife Telling Lies About Me


‘Tap current’: Female customers lament se£*ual harassment in open markets


Sharon Osaji writes about how women have continued to be targets of harassment in major markets in the country and the fight to break the cycle

It was Lolade Ishola’s first time at the Yaba Market in Lagos. The 18-year-old was in her second year at a private university when she and her friends decided to visit the market, popular for affordable women’s wear.