EFCC Arrests another man on FBI wanted list 

Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) announced the arrest of another suspect wanted by the Federal Bereau of Investigation (FBI).

The suspect identified as Emmanuel Adedeji Oluwatosin was arrested by the EFCC Sokoto Zonal office.

EFCC announced that the suspect was arrested on thursday in Kaduna.It was alleged that he and his accomplices in the USA acquired retirement account Information (RAI) and Personally identifiable Information (PII) to fraudulently wire funds.

According to the EFCC, The suspect is linked to the investigation between FBI and EFCC.

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Majority of Nigerians in South Africa are human and drug traffickers – South Africa Minister

This was revealed by South African Foreign Affairs Minister, Naledi Pandor, during an interview with eNCA. 

She said majority of Nigerians in South Africa engages in criminal activities like Drug trafficking, Human trafficking and other related criminal activities.

Pandor further said she would appreciate it if Nigerians can address the belief South Africans have and the reality that a lot of Nigerians are drug traffickers in South Africa.

This is coming after Nigeria revealed plans to evacuate Nigerians from South Africa.

According to Nigeria’s Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, federal government is planning to evacuate its citizen from South Africa.

Nigeria’s Ambassador to South Africa has also been recalled for further talk and to evaluate the spate of attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.

This is coming few days after Three Nigerians were killed during an attack on foreigners in South Africa.

One of the people killed was burnt alive.

The attack on foreigners started on sunday morning, where angry mobs stormed foreigners businesses and  Loot.

The attacks is believed to have been carried out by the Zulu hostel dwellers.

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