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EDUCATION OR CONFRATERNITY? Nigerian student, Hillary, stabbed to death by rival cult during students election in India

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A Nigerian student was killed by a rival cult group during an election, last night, 9th of March 2018, at Chattarpur, New Delhi, India.

According to reports, the clash was between Maphite and Black Axe cult groups. Trouble started during the All India Nigerian Students and Community Association elections.

It was gathered that the Black Axe cult, to which the victim, identified simply as Hillary, belonged wanted to impose their member as the president, but the Maphites and other students were not having it.

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According to various reports from India, the 30-year-old Nigerian was stabbed to death on Friday night, March 9.

Police said that after stabbing, all the assailants fled from the scene. The victim sat on a bench of a tea stall near the mandir. Looking at his condition, a passerby made a call to the police, efforts to save him, however, proved abortive.

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Police claimed that the victim was residing in a rented accommodation in Rajpur Khurd village in Mehrauli.

According to a report published by the national daily, Indian Express, the DCP os south, Mr Romil Baaniya said,

“From the facts and inquiry so far..two group of Nigerians fought with each other last night .. one suspect (a Nigerian) has been categorically identified by injured, has been detained and is being interrogated..names of others have been shared by the injured…police is on a look out for them.”

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Another executive arrested in Wirecard scandal

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 German prosecutors have arrested another manager in connection with the Wirecard scandal involving 1.9 billion euros ($2.1 billion) in missing assets, authorities said on Monday.

The suspect, who manages the DAX-listed company’s Dubai-based Card systems Middle East subsidiary, returned to Germany to hand himself into investigators, after which he was detained due to an outstanding arrest warrant against him, Munich prosecutors said.

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He is to be arraigned before a judge later in the day.

The arrest warrant is based, among other things, “on a strong suspicion of collaborative fraud, and attempted collaborative fraud, in particular, serious cases and suspicion of complicity in other offenses’’, according to prosecutors.

Wirecard’s former chief executive, Markus Braun, was arrested last week on charges of falsifying Wirecard’s accounts and market manipulation.

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The digital payment services company was left reeling after the massive hole in its accounts emerged last month.

Once a rising star of the German tech sector, the company has since launched insolvency proceedings.

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Hushpuppi: Protesters storm US Embassy, demand Atiku, Dino Melaye’s arrest (Photos)

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Some Protesters on Monday took to the US Embassy, Abuja, demanding an investigation into the link between ex-Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, Timi Frank and some Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftains with Raymond Abbas Igbalode, popularly known as Hushpuppi.

The group, under the aegis of Concerned Citizens Forum (CCF), seen in their numbers held placards calling for the arrest of Atiku, Melaye and other PDP members linked to the fraudster.

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Some inscriptions from the placards read: “Say No to fraud, Interpol act now”, Interpol act and arrest Dino Melaye”, “Show me your friend and I will tell you who you are”, “FBI should investigate Atiku Abubakar,” amongst others.

They also submitted a letter to the US Ambassador and the Federal Bureau of Investigation calling for a thorough probe of Hushpuppi’s political allies in the PDP.

This is coming after the All Progressives Congress (APC) had alleged “criminal conspiracy linking the top PDP members to Hushpuppi.

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The protesters submitted a letter signed by Comrade Adamu Kabir Matazu.

In the letter, Matazu called on the US to investigate the connection between PDP high profile Chieftains and Hushpuppi.

The group claimed that ex-Vice President, Atiku Abubakar’s frequent trips to Dubai prior to 2019 presidential elections may not be unconnected to Hushpuppi.

They asked the US to go after Atiku, Dino Melaye, Timi Frank and other PDP stalwarts who through their associations with Hushpuppi may have helped to launder the proceeds of crime.

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Recall that Bukola Saraki and Atiku over the weekend had denied any connection to Hushpuppi.

Atiku described the allegations as mischievous and an attempt at political blackmail by the APC, adding that the picture with Hushpuppi was not a meeting.

See photos from the protest below:

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Man, 34, arraigned over alleged fraud

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A 34-year-old man, Uchi Enyi, was on Monday brought before an Ogbeson Magistrates’ Court in Benin City for allegedly obtaining N24,000 under false pretences.

The defendant is being tried on two charges of obtaining goods under false pretences and stealing.

The Prosecutor, Insp. Charity Asemota told the court that the defendant committed the offences sometime in December 2019 along the Benin-Agbor Road, Ikpoba-Hill, Benin City.

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Asemota said that the defendant fraudulently obtained N24,000 under false pretences that he would make some doors and windows for Philip Umeh Company Limited, knowing same to be false.

Asemota said that the offences contravened Sections 419 and 390(9) of the Criminal Code Cap. 48 Vol. 11 Law of the defunct Bendel State of Nigeria, 1976; now applicable in Edo.

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The defendant, however, pleaded not guilty to the counts.

The Chief Magistrate, Prince Mutairu Oare, admitted the defendant to bail in the sum of N20,000 with one surety in like sum.

Oare said that the surety must be residing within the jurisdiction of the court and his address must be verified by the court registrar.

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He adjourned the case until July 22 for further hearing.

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