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The naira is set to witness another round of decline against the dollar in the days ahead as expected increase in dollar flows from Nigerians living abroad coming home for holidays fell short of expectations.
The local currency closed at 490 to the dollar on Friday, from 495 against the dollar last Friday at the parallel market, Reuters reported.
In the official interbank window, the naira was quoted at 310.25 to the dollar on Thursday, but it was expected to close at around 305.5, the same level it has traded at since August.
“We see the naira depreciating against the dollar by the time more businesses resume operations next week after the festive season as dollar liquidity remains thin in the market,” one currency dealer said.
Currency experts have predicted the naira will weaken against the greenback as the New Year approaches.
Specifically, they said the naira might fall to 500/dollar this week.
The naira has been under severe and continuous pressure as the scarcity of the US currency continues to create ripples in the financial markets and economy.
A director at Union Capital Markets, Mr. Egie Akpata, said it was really difficult to predict the direction of the naira currently because part of the currency market had shut down for the year.
“You can’t really predict the market now because part of the market has shut down for the year. Things will really take shape next week. Currently, it could swing anywhere,” he said.
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After refuting claims he is the owner of popular Ponzi money doubling scheme, MMM Nigeria, a self-styled Nigerian pastor, Ernest Chigozie Mbanefo has said MMM will run smoothly until Jesus Christ comes and that he can’t wait to continue in January 2017.
Recall that before the alleged crash of the scheme, the media was awash with reports claiming that Mbanefo was behind the Ponzi money doubling scheme.
Reacting to the report, Mbanefo insisted that he was an “Ordinary Participant” like the over 2 million Nigerians who are participants of the MMM Nigeria.”
In a statement on Wednesday, Mbanefo recalled that on the 2nd of December 2016, majority of Nigeria media houses posted unfounded, unverified, misleading articles about him being the owner/founder of MMM Nigeria.
He wrote: “I found the articles to be hilarious and wish to use this opportunity and platform to declare the following facts:
“I am neither the Owner nor the founder of MMM Nigeria.
“I do not have any contact or acquaintance with the owner(s) or Founder(s) of MMM Nigeria.
“I did not introduce MMM to Nigeria, but am glad it came.
“I am an Ordinary Participant like the over 2 million Nigerians who are participants of MMM Nigeria.
“I registered to join MMM Nigeria on the 2nd of June 2016.
“I registered to be a guider (knowledgeable participants), and became a guider after fulfilling the requirements of the course.
“I registered and own the domain mmm-nigeria.net which expires on the 7th of June 2019 (could be extended).
“I make financial contributions (provide help) to the MMM Nigeria community like everyone else and accept all the benefits and risks like everyone else. On the 13th of October 2016, i provided help of N3,000,000. I am also a super guider (not even in the top 100) committed to helping tens of thousands of participants in the community with solution to their operational problems, including logging issue, account blocking, lifting of both temporary moratorium and removal of Google authenticator, to mention a few.
“Let me also say this; MMM by itself and left alone will run smoothly until Jesus Christ comes, but the negative attacks by the media creates unnecessary bias and fear in the minds of innocent and responsible participants, thereby breaking the organized, well thought out operational structure of any targeted MMM community, which inevitably leads to a temporary or in some cases permanent damage.
“Honestly speaking, no bank anywhere in the world can survive the nature of attacks thrown at MMM anywhere. Throw 10 percent of these attacks at any bank and see how the dawn of the next morning of the next working day will record chaos at the front gate, with thousands of account holders demanding to withdraw all their money.
“Even then the respective bank will have to manage the chaos and expectation of its disgruntled customers, by creating and presenting a structured approach toward any withdrawals. So the current freeze in place in MMM Nigeria is a structured approach towards maintaining a healthy community.
“I am a proud participant of MMM Nigeria and cannot wait to continue in January 2017. Since I joined MMM Nigeria, like the over two million Nigerians who are participants, I have benefited a lot from this divine arrangement. I am not moved of fazed by what the media say and how they have chosen to attack and destroy MMM Nigeria.
“Long Live MMM Nigeria. Long Live MMM Global. Long Live federal Republic of Nigeria, Together we change the world,” he stated.
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Operatives of the Special Fraud Unit, SFU, of the Nigerian Police Force have arrested a 38-year-old suspected fraudster, identified as Saheed Mosadoluwa Abdulahi, alias Ibile , for allegedly defrauding his clients, a Chinese company, of N165,480,000.
The suspect was arrested following a petition against him by Akande and Akande Chambers on behalf of her clients JI Chu Industries Nigeria Limited.
The suspect (right), his tools of trade (top) and cars (above).
The petition, which was received by SFU on November 8, according to the Unit’s Public Relations Officer, Assistant Superintendent Lawal Audu, read: “The suspect, who operates with the business name BMTC Logistics, obtained N165,480,000 on the pretext of transferring $400,000 to JI Chu’s business partner in China.
“As soon as the suspect received the said sum, he generated a fake telex transfer slip and gave same to the complainant as proof of transfer of the money to China.
“The complainant contacted his business partner in China, but was told that no transfer was made.”
Parading the suspect at the SFU Headquarters in Ikoyi, Lagos, ASP Audu said when the detectives received the petition they stormed the suspect’s resident in Makodo, where various incriminating items, including 30 international passports, four exotic vehicles, supposedly bought with proceeds from the fraud, were found.
According to the SFU spokesman, a shrine containing assorted charms and other fetish substances was also discovered in his bedroom, sitting room and wardrobe.
He added that each chair in his sitting room contained charms, which he supposedly used to hypnotise his clients.
The spokesman further stated that their investigation showed that the suspect has been involved in numerous criminal activities ranging from illegal bank transfers, hacking, visa racketeering, issuance of fake academic certificate, among others.
The image-maker further disclosed that the suspect had been operating fake freight forwarding at the air and sea ports.
Speaking further, ASP Audu said the suspect was neither a licensed Bureau De Change operator nor a licensed Customs’ clearing agent as he claimed.
The suspect told Vanguard : “I am not a fraudster, but a businessman and traditional worshipper. As a Yoruba man, I have the right to do juju to protect myself and my people.
“I preserve all these things myself. They have nothing to do with my business and I have never used human blood. I only use goats and other animals’ blood.”
He also said he had been doing business with the complainant for more than one year.
On the seizure of his international passport by the police operatives, which he complained bitterly about, the PRO said police have the right to seize any incriminating document found in the course of carrying out their search duty.
“When i sell the pampers for native doctor they will use it for ritual and the baby will sick and die after 14 days”.FROM OGUN STATE: THIS MAD-MAN HAS BEEN PRETENDING TO BE MAD BUT GO FROM ONE HOUSE TO ANOTHER TO GET USED BABY PAMPERS FROM THE BIN AND SELL THEM TO RITUALISTS AND ANY BABY THEY SELL THEIR USED PAMPERS DON’T LIVE LONG.
MAY GOD HELP AND PROTECT US ALL.