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HEADLINES FROM NIGERIA’S MAJOR NEWSPAPERS NOVEMBER 26

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  • Lagos pupils tear-gassed as Taskforce clashes with motorcyclists
  • Siblings, others held for “murder”‘  ‘,robbbery’
  • $7m scam: Lebanese suspect for trial Thursday
  • Police rescue three toddlers from traffickers in Anambra
  • Mother ‘sells’ newborn for N300,000
  • Pastor remanded for ‘stealing’$90,000 from church
  • Politicians should learn from Bayelsa poll, says Nkire
  • PMB and NOUN law graduates
  • Border Closure: N3.5b smuggled goods seized,296 arrested
  • APC governors should pay minimum wage, says Oshiomhole

DAILY TRUST

  • MultiChoice Group showcases media portfolio
  • Max Air begins Abuja-Bauchi flight
  • We’ll support businesses to grow- Kwara gov
  • Dangote Refinery projects mind-boggling says Kano Professionals
  • Miners export 35m tonnes of unprocessed mineral annually
  • FCTA begins enforcement of tricycle restriction within the City Centre
  • Lafia 330/132kV Substation 95% complete-NDPHC
  • NERC says 132/330KV Customers remain under DISCO
  • NIWA to complete Lokoja River Port
  • Imports: SON upgrades Portal to boost compliance
  • Border Closure making Nigerians look inward-Akume
  • Butchers strike over ‘marginalisation’ in Kubwa New Market

VANGUARD

  • Vision 2030: Community leader seeks synergy with traditional Rulers
  • The Social Media Bill comes with enormous gains-Lawmakers
  • Imo awards N40b road contract, set to bid for a sports festival
  • UNILORIN begins poultry revival programme- Management
  • Nigerian Capital importation dropped by 7.78% in Q3 2019
  • Pneumonia,world’s leading infectious Child Killer-UNICEF
  • Why rehabilitation of IDPs demands urgency-Buhari
  • Transport Operators Spend N3.6trn in Energy Generation
  • ELECTRICITY: How  Poor Power supply Affect Small Scale Businesses
  • FY’ 18: Niger Insurance Grows Profit to N593.8m

PUNCH

  •   ICT contribution to GDP rises to 11.34%
  • Osinbajo deeks preventive measures against violence against women
  • Suspected killer of  Kogi PDP women leader arrested
  • Sowore,Bakare ask the court to jail DSS DG
  • Judge’s absence stalls Maurice Iwu’s N1.2bn fraud case
  • Your role more important than govt’s  Gbaja tells  media
  • APC  to review Dickson’s appointments in Bayelsa
  • Kogi/Bayelsa : Party Chairmen indict security agencies
  • Reps demand 50% of elective positions for women
  • Probe, not a witch-hunt, says ICPC

THISDAY

  • Akeredolu: No more Virile Opposition in Nigeria
  • NYSC Cautions Corps Members  against unnecessary Trips
  • School feeding Programme, My Core Mandate, says Minister
  • Okeke: Power Reform Not Operating Optimally
  • CBN, Bankers’ Committee Take Financial Inclusion Campaign to Schools

TELEGRAPH

  • Seven Months after, Atiku returns to Nigeria
  • A World Children Day with music
  • 60 parties, indicts  Security agencies, Politicians over violence
  • How five Policemen refunded my N705,000, by Victim
  • Woman found dead in well four days after the disappearance
  • I sell human skulls for N6,000.00 each, says cemetery worker
  •  Court remands Mompha in prison over N33bn fraud
  • NDLEA promotes 2,788, redeploys 406
  • Pastor arraigned  for stealing $90,000 N4.5m from Winners Chapel account
  • Capital inflow drops 7.78% Q3,2019- NBS
  • Buhari: We must rehabilitate IDPs now
  • 12 govs apply for $750m World Bank’s sustainability grant
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HEADLINES FROM NIGERIA’S MAJOR NEWSPAPERS DECEMBER,1

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  • NYSC Stream 2 to resume camp December 3, says PTF
  • ICPC uncovers N450m hidden in a bank account by court officials
  • Gani Fawehinmi Awards hold Dec 10
  • Group asks Buhari to change Service Chiefs

LEADERSHIP

  • Imo Community Drags EFCC To PMB Over Inaction On Petition
  • Police re-arrest 4 Escapees from Edo Prison
  • Kano Records 211 Rape cases in 2020
  • ICPC Uncovers Hidden $919,000 in Court Officials Accounts

VANGUARD

  • END OF YEAR TRAVEL-NCDC urges Nigerians to limit non-essential domestic, international travels
  • Again, bandits kill 7 farmers, abduct 30 others in Katsina-Lawmaker
  • Iran Supreme Court: Physicians express alarm over amputation sentences on 4 men
  • One out of seven Libyans needs mental health care-WHO Report

PUNCH

  • N69.4bn: AMCON kicks over Jimoh Ibrahim moves to recover property
  • FG Warns against Christmas carol, tells Nigerians abroad to stay away.
  • 95% Anambra Corps Members to teach says NYSC
  • Each Corps Member to get N2m for agriculture-NSPRI
  • Oyetola, I, shunned ego to resolve LAUTECH Crises-Makinde
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Headlines from Nigeria’s Major Newspapers November,30

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  • Oyetola: God revealed to me I would be Governor
  • PDP, APC trade words over insecurity in Ekiti
  • Yar’Adua’s brother vows to tackle banditry
  • Alaafin gives panacea for peace

DAILY TRUST

  •     Borno Massacre: Death toll hits 110 as 43 buried
  •     Framers killings: Govs. question security agencies capability
  •      Protect yourselves against terrorists, CNG tellS Northerners
  •      N3bn needed to resuscitate Ajaokuta steel -Senate Committee

PUNCH

  •    33-year-old Ebonyi driver arraigned for 24 passengers’ death in a crash
  •    NAPTIP rescues 83 trafficked persons in Ondo
  •   I05 tested HIV-positive during the lockdown in Ogun -govt
  •    Ogun hoodlums snatch soldiers gun, hold  Customs Officer hostage

 

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Security News-Three Nigerians Arrested For Cyber -Crime

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Three Nigerian Nationals have been arrested in Lagos for their suspected involvement in Business email compromise(BEC) Scams.

The three identified only as OC,32, IO,34 and OI,35-are believed to be part of a larger organized crime group called TMT, which has been involved in malware distribution, phishing and extensive BEC fraud.

According to Interpol, the three likely setup phishing links, domains, and mass mailing campaigns. By impersonating representatives of organizations, the suspects leveraged the campaigns to deliver26 malware families, including spyware and remote access tools.

Some of the malicious programmes employed by the group include AgentTesla, AZzorult, Loki the nanopore at, Spartan, and Remcos RAT.

In preparation for launching of the Scams and Stealing funds, the malware was leveraged to gain access to and monitor the systems of victim organizations and individuals.

Sice 2017, the TMT group is believed to have targeted government and private sector companies in over 150 countries. Data extracted from devices pertaining to the three arrested members have helped identify approximately  50,000 victims.

The three were arrested as part of  Operation Falcon,a-year long investigation conducted by Interpol and Singapore based Security firm Group -IB, with assistance from Nigerian police.

Group -IB which has been tracking the cybercrime ring since 2019, claims that roughly half a million government and private sector companies could have been compromised.

The cybercriminals targeted organizations in the US, the UK, Singapore, Japan, Nigeria and other countries, looking to steal login information from browsers, email, and FTP Clients. The monetization methods are still under investigation, Group -IB says.

By IONUT ARGHIRE- Security week-Internet and Enterprise Security News, Insights Analysis.

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