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Buhari challenges Africa’s traditional, religious leaders on cyber-crime

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PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has urged Africa’s traditional and religious leaders to assist governments in addressing cyber-crime, human and drug trafficking, and disruptive social media challenges. The president made the call at the ongoing Regional Conference for African Traditional and Religious Leaders on Keeping Girls in School held at NICON Luxury Hotel, Abuja, on Monday. He […]
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Cyber Crime: Aisha Buhari impostor, two others in custody

Cyber Crime: Aisha Buhari impostor, two others in custody

The offences committed by the three defendants are punishable under Sections 14 (3) of the Cyber Crime (Prohibition Prevention ETC) Act 2015. Lukman Olabiyi An alleged impostor of President Muhammadu Buhari’s wife, Aisha Buhari, Uche Julius (aka Musa Mohammed) who was recently arrested by the police, has been remanded in prison custody as ordered by […]
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[PHOTOS] 50 Nigerians Arrested For Internet Fraud And Robbery In Ghana

Not less than 50 Nigerians suspected to be engaged in cyber fraud and armed robberies at Kasoa and its environs have been apprehended by personnel of the Police Intelligence Directorate in Ghana. Forty-six laptops, mobile phones and several electronic gadgets were recovered from the suspects who were raided based on intelligence received from residents, who complained […]
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Nigeria, others lose $3.5b to cyber crime

Nigeria, others lose $3.5b to cyber crime

Nigeria, Tanzania, Ghana, Kenya and Uganda – together lost $3.5 billion to cyber crooks last year, a cyber security firm Serianu, has said. Its Africa Cyber Security Report 2017 explained that  the five African countries suffered damages and losses through post-attack disruptions. “Further analysis of cyber crime for the countries: Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Uganda andRead More
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