The NAIJ.com team has gathered the most important news that hit the headlines on Friday, December 2. Find all the stories you might have missed below.
The website of one of the popular ponzi schemes in Nigeria, Ultimate Cycler, has crashed.
This has aggravated fear in the hearts of many who are into similar money doubling scheme, especially the controversial MMM. The ponzi website crashed early Thursday morning, December 1, around 10:30am, shutting out every member from their account.
A first class graduate of Petroleum Engineering from the University of Uyo, identified as Ukeme Asuquo , died at the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) camp in Zamfara state.
A Federal High Court in Abuja has ordered the immediate release of Ibrahim El-Zakzaky who is the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria also known as Shi’ites.
El-Zakzaky and his wife were detained by military operatives on December 14, 2015 following a clash between members of the group and military officers.
The face behind the popular ponzi scheme MMM which has been written off as a scam in Nigeria, has been revealed.
According to reports from Pageone.ng, the face behind MMM Nigeria has been revealed to be one Ernest Chigozie Mbanefo, a South African-based pastor who was once with the Living Faith Church A.K.A Winners Chapel, in Nigeria.
As the war against insurgency draws to a close, the Nigerian Air Force has carried out heavy bombardment of Boko Haram positions.
A video clip released by the Air Force on Thursday, December 1 showed tech officials loading Alpha jets with missiles before heading to blow up Boko Haram positions in what appears to be a forest.
Within Thursday, December 1, and Friday, December 2, there have been reports regarding deaths of two corps members. The co-incidence as many would call it is one that has stirred great debates regarding the importance of the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC).