Eritrean teenager had previously been attacked by same person and did not receive support, he says
A teenage refugee from Eritrea who was blinded in an acid attack in south London says he believes that if the police had acted more swiftly he might still be able to see.
The teenager, Aaron, 18 (name changed), is speaking out for the first time. The incident happened on 7 December 2020, at about 8.10am in Thornton Heath. Aaron was walking to college with his friend Jemal, 25 (name changed), an asylum seeker also from Eritrea.
Operatives of the Port Harcourt Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, have arrested 20 (Twenty) suspected Read More
The post EFCC Arrests 20 Suspected Internet Fraudsters appeared first on Omokoshaban. Read Full Story
French executive says he is ‘practically sure’ he sent assessment to senior colleague in USOne of the most senior US executives at Arconic was probably told that the company’s cladding panels were unsafe for buildings above 12 metres in height two year... Read Full Story
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Sokoto Zonal Office today March 1, 2021 arraigned Senator Umaru Tafida Argungu before Read More
The post Ex- Kebbi Senator Arraigned for N419m Scam in Sokoto appeared first on Omokosh... Read Full Story