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Nigeria’s Secret Police Acquires N3b ‘Big Brother’ WhatsApp Spy Tech–Report

•To Monitor Calls, Messages •IPOB/Biafra Agitators Unfazed •It’s Against The Law- Igbo Youth Congress Nigeria’s foremost spy agency, Department of State Services (DSS), has received approval from President Muhammadu Buhari to acquire a super-sophisticated BIG BROTHER technology that will grant secret agents limitless, round-the-clock access to everything you say or transmit via the

Biafra: Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB Must Listen To Us – Ohanaeze

By Nnamdi Ojiego and Olayinka Ajayi The President General of the apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Professor George Obiozor, yesterday, reiterated that Ndigbo are not at war with Nigeria, stressing that Ndigbo would continue their efforts to seek justice, peace and fairness in all their dealings with everybody in Nigeria. Obiozor

Nigeria, Six Other African Countries Using Israeli Cyberespionage Tools–Report

•A recent report detected several government agencies using Circles’ platforms to snoop on texts, calls and locate private individuals. By Suraya Dadoo Seven African countries were detected using Circles’ cyberespionage platforms. Credit: Amisom. As internet penetration and smartphone usage increases across Africa, digital spaces have become increasingly important in organising opposition movements. In response, several governments

Buhari Calls for More Overhaul at the Launch of Revised National Cybersecurity Strategy

•Directs NSA to coordinate NCPS for national socioeconomic advantage Jude Johnson President Muhammadu Buhari has tasked the National Security Adviser (NSA), Maj-Gen. Babagana Monguno, to continue to coordinate the efforts of all stakeholders to ensure that Internet and cyberspace are used for the enhancement of national security and economic progress

EndSARS: Cryptocurrency Can Fund Insurgency, Risky for Nigeria–ICPC, NFIU, CBN Warn

•Nigeria in grave danger over Crypto-Currency Transaction, Emefiele Tells Senate ••Reverse $3m Cryptocurrency Fraud •Cryptocurrency played active part in financing #EndSARS protest--Awasonoye ••Says virtual assets, Crypto-Currencies risky for Nigeria’s economy Jude Johnson The Central Bank of Nigeria and the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit has reversed a $3 million fraud back to a country. This is

China: The Deep State, Inc.

•A nixed deal offers a rare window into how Chinese companies often work in tandem with, and sometimes on behalf of, Beijing. By Alex W. Palmer Peter Kenilorea Jr. was scrolling through Facebook one afternoon in September 2019 when he came across a photo that caught his attention. It was a snapshot

How China’s Digital Silk Road Is Leading Countries Away from the United States

•Beijing is using technology products, markets, and training to secure influence with U.S. security partners, a IISS report finds. By Patrick Tucker Even if Washington succeeds in keeping allies and partners from importing Huawei telecom gear, that's just one of the many ways China is working to burrow into these countries' economies and

Nigeria, UAE Harps on Military, Intelligence Cooperation against Terrorism

•Opens talk on MOU Jude Johnson Nigeria and United Arabs Emirates (UAE) has discussed how both countries can strengthen and leverage on military and intelligence sharing in the ongoing fight against insurance. The Minister of Defence Maj Gen Bashir Salihi Magashi (rtd) has restated Federal Government's commitment to strengthening bilateral and multilateral

$11m Fraud: Sentencing of Invictus Obi Demonstrates FBI’s Worldwide Reach against Cybercriminals–US

Mukaila Ola A Nigerian, Obinwanne Okeke also known as Invictus Obi, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison by an American court over a fraud of $11 million. The US Government had said the outcome of the case is a demonstration of the Federal Bereau of Intelligence (FBI)'s determination and

Nigerian Army to Deploy ICT in Countering Propaganda, Fake News

The Chief of Army Staff, Maj-Gen. Ibrahim Attahiru, has said that the Nigerian Army will leverage Information Communication Technology (ICT) in degrading enemies’ propaganda and radicalisation. Attahiru stated this on Tuesday, February 16, at the start of a week-long workshop on “Office Management and Document Security,” organised by 1 Division Nigerian Army, Kaduna. The Nigerian Army chief

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