EFCC Demands Naira Marley’s Transaction History From Mastercard And Visa 

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has written Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc. to furnish it with details on credit cards used by musician, Azeez Fashola, popularly known as Naira Marley. The commission said the cards recovered from the artiste during his arrest were used for alleged identity theft and credit card fraud. According to court documents obtained by Punch, the EFCC’s letters to Visa and Mastercard – titled, ‘Investigation Activities’ – was dated May 13, 2019, three days after it arrested Naira Marley. The letters were signed by the…

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Anthony Joshua Loses to Andy Ruiz Jr. Knocked Out In The 7th Round

A late replacement and massive underdog, Andy Ruiz Jr. just shook up the world. Ruiz (33-1, 22 KOs) spoiled the long-awaited U.S. debut of unified heavyweight champion and British star Anthony Joshua to score four knockdowns and record a spectacular upset via seventh-round TKO at Madison Square Garden. Ruiz get up off the canvas early in Round 3 in order to do what oddsmakers felt was nearly impossible, he showed tremendous poise, power and fearlessness in systematically dismantling Joshua (22-1, 21 KOs) to flip the heavyweight division upside down R…

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US Now Seeking Social Media Details From All Visa Applicants

The United States State Department says you will now have to submit your social media usernames when applying for a visa into the North American country. According to BBC, the new regulations also require that people also submit five years’ worth of email addresses and phone numbers. This is part of the state department’s plan to ensure national security in the country. “National security is our top priority when adjudicating visa applications, and every prospective traveler and immigrant to the United States undergoes extensive security screening,” the department said via…

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Apple Announces Plans To Shut Down The Itunes Music Platform

Tech giant Apple is expected to announce the end of its music platform iTunes at its developer conference beginning tomorrow. Users with an Apple device can used iTunes to search for a song, a music video or a TV show. Now, the iTunes era will draw to a close. The iTunes platform was a vital part of Apple’s global growth in the early 2000s. The launch of the iconic music model began a music revolution that entered homes around the world, and completely destroyed music retailers, who drew revenue from…

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