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Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Obi Cubana Freed From EFCC Custody

Nigerian businessman and socialite, Obinna Iyiegbu popularly known as Obi Cubana has been released from the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

According to several reports, the flamboyant businessman was released on administrative bail.

The businessman has since taken to his Instagram page where he hinted about his release.

Okpataozueora! I love you ALL!!. Unbroken. #manoftheyear2021,” he wrote.

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Yvonne Orji Steps Out in New Stunning Style (See Photos)

Yvonne Orji is dropping jaws has she posts new photos looking all stunning in black.

Actress has got people drooling over her recent post on her instagram page. We can’t help but admire the beautiful actress in all black as she brings out the fun side of her.

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BBNaija: Nini Responds to Twitter User Who Asked to See The Boyfriend She Mentioned in Big Brother Naija House

Big Brother Naija’s Nini has given a sarcastic response to a Twitter user prying into her private life.

The Twitter asked her to show the public her boyfriend whom she kept mentioning in the Big Brother Naija house.

Nini responded that she will bring the boyfriend to the Twitter user’s house since he is now her father.

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Squid Game Cryptocurrency Scammers Make Off With $3.3 Million

Anonymous persons behind a Squid Game cryptocurrency have officially made away off with an estimated $3.38 million

The cryptocurrency inspired by Squid Game peaked at a price of $2,861 before plummeting to $0 around 5:40 a.m. ET., according to the website CoinMarketCap.

After jumping more than 310,000% in value as of Sunday night, Squid lost all its value after Twitter flagged the cryptocurrency’s account and temporarily restricted it due to “suspicious activity”.

Before its collapse, the token’s value had spiked to $2,851. The token’s website and social accounts have disappeared, along with a white paper describing Squid.

The token was made available for purchase on 20 October with the idea that the cryptocurrency would be a pay-to-play token to play an online game, inspired by Squid Game, the hit series in which heavily indebted people play deadly versions of children’s games to win cash.

The game was set to launch in November and its promoters said winners would be rewarded with more Squid tokens.

The creators of the cryptocurrency could have made off with as much as $2.1m after the token’s crash, according to Gizmodo.

CoinMarketCap, a cryptocurrency price-tracking website, warned potential buyers before the crash of the cryptocurrency’s possibly fraudulent nature, telling investors to “please do your own due diligence and exercise caution while trading” and warning them that investors were having trouble selling their tokens.

An anonymous Squid investor told CoinMarketCap, “I lost all of what I had in this project” after investing $5,000 into the cryptocurrency.

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Nifemi, PA to Owner of Collapsed Ikoyi Building Found Dead, Owner Still Trapped

Nifemi, the personal assistant to Femi Osibona, owner of the 21-storey building which collapsed in the Ikoyi area of Lagos, has been confirmed dead.

The source also said Osibona, the Managing Director of Fourscore Heights Limited, was trapped inside the building alongside Nifemi and Wale Bob-Oseni, his friend.

“The dead body of the PA (Personal Assistant), Nifemi, to the owner of the collapsed Lagos building has been recovered. She was simply naked.

“The Police Orderly of the owner, Osibona says he is trapped in the rubble with his friend, Wale Bob-Oseni,” the source said.

Bob-Oseni, a property and real estate dealer, has been alleged to be the developer of the building.

Not less than 15 people have so far been confirmed death since the building located on Gerrard Road collapsed.

Rescue efforts are still ongoing at the scene of the incident with families and friends of those trapped in the building accusing government officials and rescue workers of being ineffective.

The state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, had earlier suspended Gbolahan Oki, the general manager of the Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA), over the incident.

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