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2 Nigerians arrested in India for at least 15 online frauds

The Cyber Crime Cell of Pune police has arrested two Nigerian scammers from their place of residence in Navi Mumbai in connection with multiple cases of advanced fee scam and online frauds, including duping women through matrimonial websites. The team...

VIDEO: Women Steal from Pastor During Church Service

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xU2nGn6hiIE Two women were caught on camera stealing from a pastor while church was in service on Sunday, according to church members.The Faith Lutheran Church of Anaheim said it was targeted by two women while its congregation was in prayer just next...

Man Sentenced To 1,503 Years in prison For Raping His Daughter

​ A Californian man was sentenced to 1,503 years in prison for raping his teenage daughter over a four-year period. The victim, now 23, was raped two to three times a week from May 2009 to May 2013, when she got the courage...

Bad Habits Many Nigerians Have In Common

Many Nigerians can be annoying at times especially with their bad habits; from chewing noisily to picking their noses in public. Below are 7 bad habits many Nigerians have in common 1. Arriving late to parties ​ ​I'm also guilty of this,...

10 Nigerian Foods And Drinks That We Kind Of Miss

To commemorate and pay tribute to all the discontinued foods and drinks we flexed in Nigeria when we were kids, we decided to compile a list of 10 Nigerian Foods And Drinks That We Kind Of Miss. From tandi,...

7 Sad Tales Of Men Who Were Gang Raped By Women

Generally, rape is still thought to be a crime against women specifically (and historically was defined this way). But the sad truth is that its not, as a significant proportion of victims of rape or sexual violence in general...

7 Real Life Tales That Proves That Truly Hell Hath No Furry Than a Woman Scorned

Here are the Top 7 real life tales that proves that truly hell hath no fury than a woman scorned. The tales below are in no particular order. 1. Lioness of Brittany A Frenchwoman, Jeanne de Clisson, became a pirate known as...

7 Common Dreams And Their Western Meaning

The content and purpose of dreams are not definitively understood, but they are basically stories and images our mind creates while we sleep. They can be vivid. They can make you feel happy, sad, or scared. Here are 7...

7 Deadly Terror Groups Currently Operating In Africa

The last decade has seen an increase in terror groups in africa, some of this groups are more dangerous while some are still in the baby stage and would grow to be a full adult if nothing is done...

Top 7 Female Crime/Suspense/Mystery Writers You Must Have In Your Library

This list consist of those female crime/mystery/thriller writers that have succeeded in captivating me with their books. 1. LISA GARDNER Lisa Gardner #1 New York Times crime thriller novelist, and a self-described research junkie, her work as a research analyst for...

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Cameroon’s Italia 90 World Cup Team to Get Houses Promised To Them 30 Years Ago

Cameroon's famous side that reached the quarter-finals of the 1990 World Cup in Italy before being defeated 3–2 by...

Misery Index: South Africa Has The Third Most ‘Miserable Economy’ In The World

South Africa has been ranked as the world's most miserable economy after Venezuela and Argentina. Bloomberg's Misery Index, which ranks major economies by inflation and...

Fighting Slavery With Suicide: The Fascinating Story of Africa’s Kru People

The Kru or Kroo are a West African ethnic group who are indigenous to eastern Liberia. During the Slave trade era, they were also infamous amongst early European slave raiders as being especially averse to capture

The Mbuti People Of Congo And Their Sister Exchange Form Of Marriage

In the Mbuti tribe, marriage is by sister exchange: Based on reciprocal exchange, men from other bands exchange sisters or other females in his...

Slavery Abolition Act 1833: Slavery Was Abolished Throughout The British Empire On This Day

The Slavery Abolition Act of 1833 that abolished slavery in most British colonies, freeing more than 800,000 enslaved Africans in the Caribbean and South Africa and making the purchase or ownership of slaves illegal