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Few days after his bail from Police custody, Nigerian porn star, Kingtblakhoc cries out for help again

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Nigerian porn star, Kingtblakhoc has cried out for help after being granted bail by an Osun state court.

Recall that the porn star and his crew members were arrested and arraigned before an Osun magistrate court for allegedly shooting a porn movie at the Osun Osogbo sacred grove, a UNESCO world heritage site and the abode of Osun, the Yoruba goddess of fertility.

After they pleaded not guilty to the charges, they were granted bail in the sum of N200,000 and one surety each in like sum.

Days after being being granted bail, the porn star has taken to his Snapchat account to cry out for help while revealing that he only has N443 in his bank account. He also disclosed he is feeling sick and hot.

See Kingtblakhoc’s post below;

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Lekki Shooting: ‘I Hope I’m Not Going to Die’ – DJ Switch

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After live-streaming soldiers shooting at protesters, a popular DJ has spoken about dying.

More threats have continued to come the way of Nigerian female disc jockey after she live-streamed the shooting at Lekki toll gate. 

DJ Switch, says she has continued to receive death threats over her revelation on the shooting of unarmed #EndSARS protesters in Lagos.

Switch, whose real name is Obianuju Catherine Udeh, brought the revelation to light in an interview with GQ, a New York-based magazine. 

The gifted entertainer said she is currently “frightened” amid the threats, adding that she hopes not to die in the process.

“I have already been threatened. Of course, I’m frightened. I can’t even lie about that. I’m scared,” she said. 

She also recounted how her friend who works in the intelligence community called to warn her to stay off the streets.

“He called and said, ‘Please Switch, we actually need you to get away from the street because right now you have been marked as the face of that protest,” she added. 

DJ Switch, however, vowed not to relent in telling the world what transpired at Lekki toll gate axis of the state on October 20 regardless of the threats. 

“It doesn’t stop me from saying the truth.

I’m still going to say it, and I just hope I’m not going to die,” she added. 

There have been conflicting reports on the actual casualties after the shooting which has continued to attract global condemnation. 

DJ Switch had earlier said at least 15 persons were shot dead on the night while several others sustained injuries of varying degrees.

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Busted!! Nigerian And Kenyan Nationals Arrested For ATM Card-cloning Fraud In India

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The suspects were arrested for cloning several cards and illegally withdrew money from ATMs.

The Noida Police has arrested a Nigerian man alongside a Kenyan national for allegedly duping people of their money by cloning their ATM cards in India.

The accused identified as Omon Benson from Nigeria and Jonson Usaro from Kenya were arrested by police in Noida on Wednesday, October 28.

The Noida Police said it also unearthed their links with hawala traders operating in the National Capital Region (NCR).

According to officials, Benson and Usaro have been active in Noida, Greater Noida, Ghaziabad, Delhi, Gurgaon and Faridabad for the last 10 years during which they cloned several cards and illegally withdrew money from ATMs.

“The duo was held by the Cyber Cell, which recovered 96 ATM cards, two card-cloning modules, two laptops, seven mobile phones, two pin-hole cameras, 17 sheets of debit card data, Rs 10,000 cash, among others, from them,” a police spokesperson said on Thursday.

Additional Deputy Commissioner, Cyber Cell, Ankur Aggarwal, said 94 FIRs of fraudulent withdrawal from ATMs lodged in Gautam Buddh Nagar district are linked to the duo.

“They used to spend some money and keep some for their expenses. Rest of the money was sent by them to their native countries with the help of Nigerian hawala traders operating in Delhi-NCR,” Aggarwal said.

On their modus operandi, he said the accused would target unguarded ATM booths to fix ATM card-cloning module on card-reader device which used to store data of the cards used on the ATM and the same time a flap with pinhole camera above the keypad was installed which used to record the PIN being used against the corresponding ATM cards.

“After two or three days, they used to extract the device and flap and with the use of the data and computer devices, they used to rewrite the card data on rewritable ATM cards
,” Aggarwal said.

“A total of 94 rewritable ATM cards along with three complete cloning module and flaps were recovered from the possession of these criminals,
” he said.

After rewriting the cards, they used to approach unmanned ATM kiosks to withdraw money ranging from Rs 20,000-50,000 depending upon the cards limit and available balance in the bank account, he added.

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BREAKING: #EndSARS: IGP, NYSC DG Visit Orientation Camp, Vow To Apprehend Hoodlums

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Ibrahim, who said they were preparing for the camp to be reopened on November 10, 2020, begged Nigerians not to attack their facilities.

Mohammed Adamu, the Inspector General of Police, has paid a visit to the NYSC Orientation camp in Kubwa, Sun News reports.

The IGP and the Director General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brig-Gen Shauibu Ibrahim, visited the Orientation camp in Kubwa on Friday, following the raid by hoodlums as a result of the #EndSARS protest.

IG Adamu assured the public that those hoodlums would be apprehended and prosecuted.

He said over 53 suspects were arrested while some looted items have been recovered.

Meanwhile, Director General of the National Youth Service Corps, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim, disclosed that palliatives were not stored in any of their camps across the country.

Ibrahim, who said they were preparing for the camp to be reopened on November 10, 2020, begged Nigerians not to attack their facilities.

He said the attack on the camp by looters was unfortunate as their duty was to train young Nigerians to better serve their communities.

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