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Photo News: RCCG Members Take A Prayer Walk Against Insecurity, Killings

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In line with the directives of the President, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Pastor Samuel Ayokunle, and the General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye, region 13 of the RCCG, Benin City, staged a Prayer Walk, Sunday, February 2, against insecurity, killings of innocent Nigerians.

The Prayer Walk was led by the Pastor in charge of the Region, Pastor ‘Dele Balogun which took them through the ever busy Sapele road and its environs.

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Members used the opportunity to prayer for Nigeria and degree peace into the country.

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CAN President, Ayokunle had ordered christians across the country to stage a peaceful rally in a way to express their displeasure on insecurity and the incessant killing of innocent Nigerians particularly christians in different parts of the country.

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Pastor Adeboye, while delivering his Sunday sermon which was monitored live via television, consequently ordered all members of the RCCG across the country to take a Prayer Walk inorder to cry to God for intervention and also to pass message to the government that members are not happy with the unabated killings.

Recall CAN Chairman in Michika Local Government Area of Adamawa State, Pastor Lawan Andim was gruesomely murdered some weeks ago.

The Chairman was abducted and ransom of N50m was paid after much bargaining yet he was killed by his abductors.

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Below are pictures of the Prayer Walk

Pastor ‘Dele Balogun (left), Regional Pastor, Region 13 leading the Prayer Walk in Benin on Sunday.

Members of the RCCG, Region 13, Benin City, during the Prayer Walk on Sunday.

Members of the RCCG, Region 13, Benin City during the Prayer Walk on Sunday

Members of the RCCG, Region 13, Benin City during the Prayer Walk on Sunday

Members of the RCCG, Region 13, Benin City during the Prayer Walk on Sunday

Members of the RCCG, Region 13, Benin City during the Prayer Walk on Sunday

Members of the RCCG, Region 13, Benin City during the Prayer Walk on Sunday

Still the Prayer Walk scene

Members of the RCCG, Region 13, Benin City during the Prayer Walk on Sunday

Nursing mothers were not left out in the Walk.

Members of the RCCG, Region 13, Benin City during the Prayer Walk on Sunday

Members of the RCCG, Region 13, Benin City during the Prayer Walk on Sunday

Members of the RCCG, Region 13, Benin City during the Prayer Walk on Sunday

Members of the RCCG, Region 13, Benin City during the Prayer Walk on Sunday

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Police Arrest 84-year-old Man For Allegedly Defiling Minor

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The operatives of the Ogun State Police Command have arrested one 84-year-old Stephen Jack for allegedly defiling an eight-year-old girl (name withheld).

The state Public Relations Officer, SP Abimbola Oyeyemi, disclosed this in a statement issued on Saturday in Abeokuta.

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Oyeyemi said the octogenarian who resides at Okun Owa area of Ijebu Ode was arrested following a report lodged at Obalende divisional headquarters.

He said the girl’s father had told the police he discovered that his daughter was bleeding from her private part.

According to Oyeyemi, the father said when he asked the little girl why she was bleeding, she informed him that the suspect had sex with her.

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Oyeyemi said the DPO Obalende division, Murphy Salami, immediately detailed his detectives to the scene, where the “randy old man” was apprehended.

Preliminary investigation revealed that the old man is a known pedophile in the area,” he said.

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Oyeyemi said the victim had been taken to the General Hospital Ijebu Ode for medical treatment.

He quoted the Commissioner of Police, Lanre Bankole, to have directed the transfer of the suspect to State Criminal Investigation Departments for more investigation and possible prosecution.

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68-year-old Man Allegedly Defiles Minor, Remanded In Prison

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A 68-year-old man, Ayodele Faremi, has been remanded in prison for allegedly defiling a 10-year-old girl in Osogbo, capital of Osun State.

Faremi was arrested on Sunday after the case was reported to Dada Estate police station, Osogbo.

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DAILY POST gathered that one Folashade Ashafa revealed that her sister’s child (name withheld) was allegedly defiled when she was nine-years-old by Faremi.

This medium further gathered that the suspects also continued having carnal knowledge of her twice in the month of May and one time in the month of August 2022.

It was also learnt that the 68-year-old man always gives a particular drug to the underage to drink whenever he finishes his indecent act.

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Meanwhile, Faremi was charged to Magistrate Court on Monday with three count charges.

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The offence allegedly committed is punishable under Section 31(1)(2), 32 and 360 of the Child’s Rights law of Osun State 2007.

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The Magistrate, O.A Daramola ordered the remand of the suspect in prison and adjourned the case till October 25

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Anxiety As Fraudsters Hack Bank, Transfer N523m To 225 Accounts

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Suspected fraudsters, during a three-day cyber-attack, have hacked a customer’s account domiciled in an old generation bank and fraudulently transferred N523,337,100 from the account to 18 different accounts in the same bank.

The spokesperson for the Police Special Fraud Unit in Ikoyi, Lagos State, SP Eyitayo Johnson, in a statement on Wednesday, said the suspects subsequently transferred the money from the 18 accounts into 225 other accounts domiciled in 22 other banks and financial institutions.

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He said the coordinated cyber-attack was carried out on Saturday, April 23, till the early hours of Monday April 25, 2022, before business opened, adding that two suspects had been arrested in connection to the crime.

Johnson said, “The legal section of the Police Special Fraud Unit in Ikoyi-Lagos, headed by CSP E. A. Jackson, has successfully obtained an order of the Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, for the preservation/forfeiture/attachment of a net sum of N523,337,100 fraudulently transferred by Internet fraudsters who hacked a customer’s account domiciled in one of the old-generation banks and posted the funds into 18 different accounts in the same bank before transmitting same to 225 other accounts in 22 banks/financial institutions.

“In the course of the investigation, the sum of N160,287,071.47 was recovered from different banks; with two suspects arrested, while operatives are following other leads in order to apprehend the remaining members of the syndicate. The suspects will be charged to court as soon as investigations are concluded.”

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In another development, Johnson said the legal section of the unit charged one Sikiru Olayinka along with his company, Excampo Nigeria Limited, to the Federal High Court, Ikoyi-Lagos, for offences bordering on fraudulent conversion and stealing of $123,000.00 being money wrongly transferred into his company’s domiciliary account on September 5, 2018.

He said, “On receipt of the funds into his account, Sikiru Olawale, within hours, quickly visited the bank and transferred $120,000.00 in two tranches into accounts of his cronies. The bank made concerted efforts to recover the funds in order to channel same to the rightful account but Sikiru Olayinka refused and frustrated these efforts and continued to dissipate the money contrary to the provisions of Banks and Other Financial Institutions Act, 1991, and the Failed Banks Act, 1994.”

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Meanwhile, on Tuesday, September 15, 2022, Johnson said the PSFU arraigned one James Abidemi and his company, Diamondsmith De-Great Universal Petroleum Corporation, and others at large, before the Federal High Court sitting in Lagos for conspiracy and obtaining the sum of N396,999,080.00 by false pretences, fraudulent conversion and stealing.

He said, “The complainant is a consulting firm with prime focus in assisting clients to source and render payment services in foreign exchange for goods and services around the world.

“In furtherance to the memorandum of understanding between the consulting firm and the suspect, the suspect’s company, Diamondsmith De-Great Universal Petroleum, received the aforesaid sum in tranches, between May 23 to 28, 2022.

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“The money was meant for the purchase of $688,000.00 at an exchange rate of N577 per US Dollar and was supposed to remit the same as $250,000.00, $325,000.00, $100,000.00 and $13,000.00 to specified beneficiaries in mainland China and Hong Kong.”

Johnson said the suspect provided fake telexes as proof of remittance to foreign business partners of the complainant while the money was actually diverted to another member of the syndicate, a banker based in Ghana, who dispersed the funds to several other accomplices.

“Consequently, the PSFU has solicited the cooperation of INTERPOL to apprehend the remaining members of the syndicate that are outside Nigeria.

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“The Commissioner of Police, SFU, Anyasinti Nneka, has advised banks and financial institutions on the need to increase their cyber-security surveillance, conduct routine background checks on staff who have login privileges that could be compromised to make banks porous to cyber-attacks.

“She equally enjoined the public on the need to investigate sources of unexpected inflows into their accounts. Where such funds are found to have been wrongly credited, the recipient should cooperate with their banks and make conscious efforts to reverse or re-route the same. Utilising such funds is a criminal offence,” the statement said.

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