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Friday, 24 September 2021

Ben Decca of The Decca Family is Death

Ben Decca is death
Ben Decca
Veteran Makossa singer, musician and leader of the popular Decca family, Ben Decca has passed away in Paris, France in his apartment. There is no information yet on his sudden death.

Ben Decca was a veteran of the Cameroonian music world and a much-loved personality among both artistes and fans. There is no information yet on his sudden death.

For the past four decades, he has been the front man of several solo artists from Cameroon and most well-known with several hit albums and sold-out performances both locally and internationally.

Ben and his two sisters Grace and Dora Decca have produced some of the most notable hits in recent times.  Some of his songs including Makossa Phoenix, aimer, Attention Danger and amour a sens unique touched on political and social themes and he was not reluctant to express his views on political issues on and off the stage.

Ben Decca’s recent song Makossa Phoenix was a huge blast, and it is still one of the most popular hits in Cameroon. He has also made many collabos recently with young artists in the 237music industry. 

Sunday, 19 September 2021

Selma Ndi of DataGirl Tech Becomes First Young Cameroonian Lady To Appear On Forbs Magazine

Datagirl Tech CEO
Selma Ndi, DataGirlTech CEO.

We bring forth the 1st youngest Cameroonian lady to have appeared on #Forbes magazine, the most prestigious website on earth that talk mostly on Stars and great society influencers. Her name is Ndi Selma from Belo, Boyo Division of the North West region of Cameroon. She is the CEO of #DataGirlTech 

Listen to her "A few years back , I graduated from the prestigious ICT University. I remain grateful to the staff of the university for making my story complete and impacting the lives of its students. 

This is where the entrepreneurial spirit, the love for tech started. I remain thankful for the university that keeps producing emerging leaders.

To my alma matter, Kudos. Another light has been shone on DataGirl Tech"

Selma is a ICT engineer and trainer with multiple awards such as that of "Young African women in tech", Tony Elumelu foundation awards and many local awards and has held many conferences with the United Nations concerning tech among her gender.

Considering the fact that tech is becoming more common in our emerging Africa, 80% of youths wish to go tech but doesn't know where to start. Selma is your window to your new tech dream... Check out her website here datagirltech

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#Fly4studycm #NshingTv #DataGirlTech #NdiSelma #Forbs

Saturday, 18 September 2021

Latest About Hushpuppi, An International Fraudster Explained

Hushpuppi taking a flight.

Ramon Abbas - known to his 2.5 million Instagram followers as Hushpuppi - is considered by the FBI to be one of the world's most high-profile fraudsters and faces a prison sentence of up to 20 years in the US after pleading guilty to money laundering

NTV has used newly available court documents to uncover the man behind cyber heists that have cost his victims millions, from his humble beginnings as a "Yahoo Boy" hustler in Nigeria to a so-called "Billionaire Gucci Master" living a life of luxury in Dubai before his arrest last year.

The 37-year-old began his career in Oworonshoki, a poor coastal area in the north-east of Lagos, Nigeria's commercial capital.

Local driver Seye told us that he remembered Abbas as a young boy working alongside his mother in the Olojojo market. His father was a taxi driver.


As he grew older, Seye says, Abbas liked to splash his cash: "He was generous. He used to buy beer for everyone around."

But everyone knew the source of his mysterious wealth - cybercrime; he was a "Yahoo", Seye says.


"Yahoo Boys" are romance scammers who took their name from the first free email available in Nigeria.

"They came up with the idea of stealing identities. And then with that identity theft, they went into dating [scams]," explains Dr Adedeji Oyenuga, a cybercrime expert at Lagos State University.

Once a relationship is established via a false identity, romance scammers wheedle money from their online lovers.

Like many Yahoo Boys, Abbas broadened his criminal horizons. Many went to Malaysia - and Abbas followed them, ending up in Kuala Lumpur around 2014, then Dubai in 2017.


Coined With North Korea Hackers.


This is when his Instagram posts - and crimes - went to another level.

In February 2019, he attempted to launder 13 million Euros stolen by a gang of North Korean hackers from Maltese Bank of Valletta.

Abigail Mamo, chief executive of the Maltese chamber of small and medium enterprises, says the heist plunged the holiday island into "chaos".

Shopping trolleys filled with goods were abandoned at checkouts as payment systems shut down.

"We received calls from our members telling us they were sending money using Bank of Valletta's platform to their foreign suppliers," says Ms Mamo.

"Their foreign suppliers did not receive the money... We're talking about thousands of euros."

The bank said it managed to recover 10m euros.

"Damn," Abbas said in a text to a fellow scammer at the time in messages obtained by the FBI.

The reply shows the next heist was being planned: "Next one is in few weeks; will let you know when it's ready. Too bad they caught on, or it would have been a nice pay out."


English Premiership Scam


In May 2019, Abbas was tasked with setting up a bank account in Mexico.

It was to receive £100m from a Premier League Football Club, and £200m from a UK firm. Neither are named in the court documents.


Hushpuppi.
The scams were to be carried out via Business Email Compromise (BEC).

Terrifyingly simple, BEC works by intercepting payments via fake emails that appear to come from an address that is almost exactly the same as the supplier's. Only a single letter or number will be different.

In that email the scammers - posing as a supplier awaiting payment - typically say they've switched banks, so the payment will need to be wired to a different account; the details for which they will provide.

The accounts clerk is fooled into thinking it is a legitimate request from the supplier - and, with a single click of a mouse, vast sums of money are lost.

But the Premiership scam fell apart when the UK banks refused to pay into the Mexican account. "Brother I can't send from UK to Mexico," Abbas's sidekick messaged him. "They keep finding out."

None of the Premiership clubs would confirm whether or not they were the intended victim


Professionals Shamed

Jon Shilland, fraud lead with the UK's National Crime Agency, says it can be difficult tracking down criminal networks based in multiple jurisdictions.

A fact known all too well by Dubai-based lawyer Barney Almazar.

He represents around 25 people - including eight UK citizens - in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), all of whom believe they are victims of one of Hushpuppi's BEC scams.


"We cannot say with 100% certainty that Hushpuppi is behind it," Mr Almazar says.

"But if you look at the bank accounts that police have traced, they all belong to the records obtained by the police in their raids [on Hushpuppi's home in Dubai]."

One UK victim, who wanted to remain anonymous, says he lost £500,000, has been forced to leave the UAE - and is himself facing criminal proceedings in Dubai because of the debt he has incurred as a result of the fraud.

"His clients understand that he was victimised," Mr Almazar explains.

"But they also have to cover their losses, so right now he doesn't know how he can get back to the UAE. He has spent his life in the UAE. His family are still in the UAE. He fears that he might get apprehended at immigration immediately."

Mr Almazar says shame prevents many more of Hushpuppi's victims coming forward.

"The scam was very sophisticated. Professionals were victimised. Some are hesitant to admit what has happened."


Qatari School Scam


Abbas's final big scam before his arrest in Dubai in June 2020 was straight-up identity theft, borrowed from the Yahoo Boy romance scams of his youth.

He assumed the identity of a New York banker to entrap his victim, a Qatari businessperson seeking a $15m loan to build a new school in the Gulf state.

Between December 2019 and February 2020, Abbas and a gang of alleged middlemen in Kenya, Nigeria and the US groomed and conned the victim out of more than a million dollars.

Some of it was laundered via the purchase of a watch worth a staggering $230,000.


But soon, the cracks between the gang started to show.

One member threatened to blow the whole scam wide open as he was unhappy about the money he was getting.

Abbas was determined to shut him up.

He texted his contact - Nigerian police officer Abba Kyari - saying: "I want him to go through serious beating of his life.

"I want to spend money to send this boy to jail, let him go for a very long time."

It is alleged that Mr Kyari then falsely arrested and detained the middleman for a month in a squalid Nigerian cell.


And now Mr Kyari too is wanted in the US on charges of fraud, money laundering and identity theft. He has previously denied having any criminal involvement with Abbas - and has not responded to the BBC's requests for comment.


Still attracting followers On Instagram


BEC fraud is a huge issue across the world. According to the FBI, in 2020 BEC fraud resulted in losses of $1.8bn.

Court documents allege Abbas's crimes cost victims almost $24m in total. But some believe the actual total could be much higher.

On Instagram, he dropped the "Billionaire Gucci Master" moniker for "Real Estate Developer" about eight months before his arrest and subsequent transfer to the US to stand trial.


Despite him pleading guilty in April to money laundering, Hushpuppi's social media is still live and attracting followers.

We contacted Instagram to ask why his account was still open. The social media platform told the NTV that it had carried out an investigation into his account - but had decided not to close it.

Just days after we put the same question to Snapchat, which deleted Hushpuppi's account.


Dr Oyenuga says Hushpuppi's influence endures as he is still regarded as a role model: "We're in a country where a lot of young people are suffering. They see another young person who was once like them become that great.

"I have seen parents who have taken their children to learn how to become Yahoo Boys."

Seye says everyone knows Hushpuppi has committed a crime, but it is understandable: "No-one prays to be poor. So when you see someone who is rich, you will pray to God to give you his kind of wealth."


#NTV #BBC #FLY4STUDYCM

Wednesday, 15 September 2021

Ronaldo Shot Hit Hard A Security Lady During Warm Up Match Between ManUnited and Young Boys

 

Ronaldo at Manchester United
Cristiano Ronaldo.

An odd incident involving Ronaldo took place just before Manchester United's encounter against Young Boys in the Champions League kickoff in Switzerland.

The Portuguese star unleashed a thunderous strike, with the ball hitting a female security guard who fell to the ground and had to be treated by medical staff.

Ronaldo reached out to ask about the lady's health before returning to the pitch to continue his warm-up ahead of his first Manchester United game in Europe since that 2009 final against Barça.

The former Real Madrid forward, who took pictures with several fans before the duel, netted ManU's opener at the Stade de Suisse.


Ronaldo appologized after loosing the match 2-1, further explaining that the red card given to Wan Bissaka at the 35min of play dealth a lot for manu. He scored the first goal on the 13th min of play for Manchester United which was equalized by Cameroon's Noumi Ngamaleu on the 66th min, then T. Sienbatcheu at 90+5 for Y Boys.

Tuesday, 14 September 2021

Full and Recent Details of The Nigerian Lady Rita Amenze Shot death in Italy

Rita Amenze shoot dead in Italy
Rita Amenze.
We have a new Revelations On Why Nigerian Lady Was Killed By Her Italian Husband In Italy…

More revelations have surfaced on why Italian based 31 years old Nigerian lady Rita Amenze was killed by her 61-year-old Italian husband Pierangelo Pellizzar

It will be recalled that Rita was shot 4 times while she was stepping out of her office 

CKN News investigation has unraveled why the Italian who has been arrested by the Police

A very reliable source in Italy who spoke to CKN News on condition of anonymity made some startling revelations on the incident 

According to her Rita came into Italy in 2017 as an illegal immigrant and was rescued from the sea and taken to a refugee camp

In 2018  Pierangelo Pellizzar found her, married her, and removed her from the refugee camp.

Not too long after she was granted citizenship ( the Italian passport ) which enabled her to get a good job.

Before heading to Italy she already had 3 kids back home in Nigeria.

Recently she traveled back to Nigeria and got married to the father of her three kids

Before she returned her best friend went and revealed to the white man that his wife is cheating on him and has gotten married in Nigeria to the father of her children.

She told the white man that he should watch out because as soon Rita returns,  she'll file for a divorce.

And that was what Rita actually did, she filed for a divorce as soon as she returned. She wanted to divorce the white man and use her document to invite her Nigerian husband and children to relocate to Italy.

Her Italian husband would not want to hear of this, all attempts to convince her to change her mind were rebuffed.

He traced her to her office, shot her four times in front of her colleagues before handing himself over to the police.

Investigation showed that he is a drug addict who has been in and out of jail severally. 

He has pleaded that he was emotionally disturbed and depressed by the action of Rita which led to his action 

Pierangelo Pellizzar from CKN News investigation was banned from acquiring firearms,  but it was not clear how he was able to lay his hands on the gun he used in killing Rita Amenze.

The Nigerian Ambassador to Italy, the Nigerian Community in Italy as well as the Executive Chairman of Nigerian Diaspora Commission Hon Abike Dabiri Erewa have called for a thorough investigation into the incident.

CKN NEWS  NshingTv

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