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$118,000, £50,000 Recovered As Police Nab Bullion Van Robbery Gang Leader

Police detectives attached to the Ilupeju Police Station in Lagos have arrested the leader of an armed robbery gang, which allegedly specialised in attacking bullion vans, TheStreetReporters.com leant. The sum of $118,000 and £50,000 were allegedly recovered from the suspect’s hideout at Mushin area of

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Tyfone Announces Series C Lead $6.6m Investment By RPX Corp

Tyfone, Inc., a leader in mobile-first digital security for financial and identity services, has announced its $6.6 million Series C funding, led by RPX Corp. Existing institutional and individual investors include In-Q-Tel and Steve Pawlowski, Vice President of Advanced Computing Solutions at Micron Technologies and

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Lagos Helicopter Crash: Full Investigation Commences, As Bristow Suspends Operations

Lagos Helicopter Crash: Full investigation commences – AIB The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB), has begun full investigation to unravel the cause of the Bristow helicopter crash in Lagos State. This followed the recovery of its Black box. AIB Commissioner, Dr Felix Abali, said this disclosure

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Osita Iheme, Pawpaw, Ventures Into Hospitality Industry

Nollywood star cum comedian, Osita Iheme, has joined other celebrities in the hospitality business. TheStreetReporters.com gathered the the renowned Nigerian actor is currently building a hotel. Iheme, popularly known as ‘Paw Paw’ after gaining prominence in the Nigerian home movie titled Aki Na Ukwa. The

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Security, Corruption Top Agenda As Buhari, Jonathan Meet Secretly

Former President Goodluck Jonathan was said to have met with  President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, on Thursday night.  The reason for the meeting was not officially announced and it was held without media attention. TheStreetReporters gathered that the meeting was held inside

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Pay All Revenues Into Single Account At CBN, Osinbajo Directs Ministries, Departments, NNPC, NIMASA, NPA, Others

The Federal Government has directed all Federal Government Ministries, Departments and agencies to open a Treasury Single Account (TSA) into which all government revenues, incomes and other receipts must be paid unless otherwise approved. According to the directive, the measure is specifically to promote transparency

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