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Watch| Nigerian Man Attempts Suicide in Banking Hall After The Bank Released His Money to Hackers

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A Nigerian man has been captured on tape attempting to commit suicide in a banking hall after the bank released his money to cyber fraudsters.

In a video posted on social media, bank official could be seen trying to calm him down as he tied a wire around his neck to strangle himself.

According to a Facebook user, who shared the video, hackers gained access into the man’s account and stole over N450,000, so he visited his bank, and they traced and froze the hacker’s account.

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After the transaction was successfully blocked, he was told to get a court affidavit to prove that he was not the one who did the transaction. But on getting the court document, he was informed that the money has been released by unfreezing the hacker’s account.

This left him frustrated and enraged, hence his resort to creating a scene at the bank.

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Burkina Faso’s ousted leader ‘doing well’

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Burkina Faso’s ousted President Roch Kaboré is doing well, a senior member of his party said.

This comes days after the military coup that was strongly condemned by the international community.

Mr Kaboré is detained in a presidential villa under house arrest, he is physically well and has a doctor at his disposal, according to a senior member of his party, the People’s Movement for Progress (MPP).

For several hours on Monday, the fate of the ousted president remained unclear, with conflicting information circulating about an arrest, an exfiltration, or even an assassination attempt.

An extraordinary virtual summit of the west African regional bloc Ecowas will be held on Friday to discuss the situation in Burkina Faso after Mr Kaboré was overthrown, with possible sanctions against the military

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Ugandan author accused of insulting president freed

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A Ugandan author accused of insulting the president and his family has been released after being re-arrested moments after a court freed him on bail.

Kakwenza Rukirabashaija was “dumped” by the military at the gate of his home in eastern Uganda on Wednesday, his lawyer said.

The novelist’s wife also confirmed the release.

The lawyer said the author was unwell and had been taken to hospital for treatment.

The award-winning writer was charged with offensive communication after he was accused of insulting President Yoweri Museveni, and his son, Lt Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba, on Twitter.

He successfully obtained bail from a Kampala court before he was rearrested in unclear circumstances.

His lawyer said he was “kidnapped” from prison by men in plain clothes and taken to an unknown location.

The author won acclaim for his 2020 satirical novel The Greedy Barbarian which describes high-level corruption in a fictional country.

He was awarded the 2021 PEN Pinter Prize for an international writer of courage.

PEN said on Tuesday after his disappearance that it feared for the author’s life – and would hold Mr Museveni, his son and the Ugandan military responsible for “flagrant abuse of office”.

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Watch| Man Catches Wife Sleeping With Another Man In Their Matrimonial Bed With Their Baby Sleeping In The Room

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A married man has had the shock of his life after catching his wife in bed with another man while their newborn baby was sleeping in the same room.

In a video that has surfaced online, the man could be heard confronting his wife and asking her why she had the nerve to sleep with another man when their newborn baby was in the room.

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