Sin is a destroyer

Sin is a destroyer, stay away from it

Olu is a house boy who drinks his boss' wine and then adds water for cover up.​ ​His boss became suspicious and decided to buy pasties ( A french wine that change colour if water added)​. ​As usual, olu drank the pasties and topped it up with water. ​Unfortunately for him, the pasties changed colour. … Continue reading Sin is a destroyer, stay away from it

Jailed for corruption, Sarkozy vows to clear his name by any means

France’s former right-wing president Nicolas Sarkozy on Wednesday vowed to “go all the way” to clear his name, two days after being handed a three-year sentence for corruption following a trial he portrayed as a travesty of justice. A Paris court ruled that the 66-year-old right-winger had formed a “corruption pact” with his lawyer Thierry Herzog to … Continue reading Jailed for corruption, Sarkozy vows to clear his name by any means

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Why ex-U.S. gymnastics coach committed suicide

A former U.S Olympics women's gymnastics head coach has died. John Geddert died by suicide on Thursday, media reports confirm. The 63-year-old died hours after he was charged with 24 crimes, including sexual assault, racketeering and human trafficking. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel confirmed Geddert's death and said, "This is a tragic end to a tragic story … Continue reading Why ex-U.S. gymnastics coach committed suicide

Bangladesh PM and 5 brothers accused of bribery and corruption

A criminal gang is colluding with Bangladesh’s security forces to extract bribes for state contracts and job positions, all the while maintaining powerful links with the country’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, an Al Jazeera investigation has found. All the Prime Minister’s Men reveals how Haris and Anis Ahmed, both convicted of murder, are being protected by … Continue reading Bangladesh PM and 5 brothers accused of bribery and corruption

Latest updates on Biden Scandal

Key figure in Donald Trump's impeachment saga was aware aware of Burisma corruption. Findings have confirmed that the Democrats’ star witnesses in their sham impeachment of President Trump – former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie “Masha” Yovanovitch – seemed to have been shading the truth. Are you at all surprised? We just received 210 pages of records … Continue reading Latest updates on Biden Scandal

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Ohio lawmakers arrested for bribery and corruption

One of Ohio's "three most powerful lawmakers" was arrested Tuesday in a raid of his rural Glenford farm, reports NBC News. House Speaker Larry Householder was taken into custody as part of a $60 million bribery investigation, as were adviser Jeffrey Longstreth, former Ohio GOP chair Matthew Borges, and high-profile lobbyists Neil Clark and Juan Cespedes. … Continue reading Ohio lawmakers arrested for bribery and corruption

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US contractor charged with COVID-Relief fraud

The owner of a residential construction contracting firm based in Washington, D.C., was charged with allegedly submitting fraudulent documents to a bank in connection with applications seeking more than $400,000 in a forgivable Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans guaranteed by the Small Business Administration (SBA) under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. … Continue reading US contractor charged with COVID-Relief fraud

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2 whistleblowers to receive $3,006,000 for exposing False Claims Act violations

Longwood Management Corporation and 27 affiliated skilled nursing facilities (Longwood) have agreed to resolve allegations that they violated the False Claims Act by submitting false claims to Medicare for rehabilitation therapy services that were not reasonable or necessary, the Department of Justice announced today. Longwood is headquartered in California and the 27 skilled nursing facilities … Continue reading 2 whistleblowers to receive $3,006,000 for exposing False Claims Act violations

COVID-19: Italian mafia groups exploiting the health crisis

Previously, Marco worked as a blacksmith with his father until 1996, but since then, he has done all sorts of work but has never declared it. "It’s like defeat, honestly. Underground work is not good, but one has to do it in order to survive," he explained. Marco asked for council housing in 2012, but … Continue reading COVID-19: Italian mafia groups exploiting the health crisis

President Buhari appoints EFCC acting chairman after Magu’s suspension

President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday approved the suspension of Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu. Umar Gwandu, spokesperson for Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN), confirmed the news in a statement on Friday. The statement added that EFCC’s Head of Operations, Mohammed Umar, had been named as the Acting … Continue reading President Buhari appoints EFCC acting chairman after Magu’s suspension