Beware of the Money Drop Scam. Finding Cash With Someone Else Is Never Good News. There is a very dangerous scam going around these days known as the Money Drop Trap. It is very prevalent now in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. It could happen to you in busy places, whether you're in a mall, parking lot, or just on a.
Nigerian English is sort of a Pidgin English - Broken English spoken across Nigeria. It is often considered a creole since most speakers are not native speakers although many children do learn it early. It's superstrate is English with Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba as the main substrate languages. Alternatively, Nigerian English is a very sweet language as it allows you freestyle.
EFCC Acting Chairman, Ibrahim Magu Mr Ibrahim Magu, Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), says many Nigerian looters are hiding in neighbouring Ghana. Speaking in Abuja on Friday, Magu said the commission was putting resources together to go after them and recover the country’s wealth stashed in that country.
Dangote Cement, controlled by African richest man, Aliko Dangote, raised 100 billion naira of 175-day and 266-day notes in May at 5% and 6%. That compares with 12.65% it paid for 38 billion naira.
Nigerian cinema operators count losses. As cinemas and movie theatres remain closed across the world, the global box office revenues have dropped significantly.
Their deaths came as a blow to Africa's movie industry, as they were very talented and experienced actors. They may have died but their legacies live on. 1. Sam Loco Efe. READ ALSO: Kumkum Bhagya's Abhi and Pragya thrill fans as they dance to Patapaa's 'One Corner' He died of causes suspected to be asthma on the set of a movie in August 2011 at age 66. 2. Justus Esiri. He died in February 2013.
Big Brother star Kieran Davidson, 21, blushed on Sunday's episode when housemate Hannah Campbell poked fun of his flirting abilities. And now it has emerged that the YouTuber was given a 'dating.
Here in South Africa we have: 1. Ghanaians most of them are Mathematics and Physical Science teachers, there very few Ghanaians floating and messing around the country. 2. Somalis most of them are running fabric shops and small spaza shops. Some o.