Prince Maxwell Ugochukwu
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  • Port-Harcourt, Rivers
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Great Youths It's Time To Make The Difference

Great Nigerian youths! For we to make a difference in our nation we have to stop being sentimental in making decisions,never to do things because it seem good but do what is right. It is obvious that…Continue

Started Sep 20, 2013

Nigeria For Positive Reformation 2

Democracy and its porous economyIN order to underscore the seriousness of the task before our Constitution Amendment Committee, I wish to revisit ananalysis I first carried out in my 2008 book,…Continue

Started Feb 8, 2013

Nigeria For Positive Reformation

My fellow Youths it's high time the giant of Africa approach the standard we ought to be.The fact that Nigeria have been ruled by only one party since the inception of democracy is obvious to every…Continue

Started Feb 8, 2013

Nigeria For Positive Reformation

My fellow Youths it's high time the giant of Africa approach the standard we ought to be.The fact that Nigeria have been ruled by only one party since the inception of democracy is obvious to every…Continue

Started Feb 8, 2013

 

Prince Maxwell Ugochukwu

Profile Information

What Country are you from?
Nigeria
What is your Age?
20 years
What is your gender?
Male
How do you want to get involved?
Connect with other global-minded leaders, Start/Join a IYC Chapter, Contribute Knowledge and/or Resources, Learn about Best Practices for Development
What other organizations are you involved with?
The Youth Excellence Solidarity Club,Umuele Youth Council,Nigeria Youth Council,Students Union Government and Believers Love World
What issues are important to you?
Poverty, Education, Sustainability, Human Rights, Youth Empowerment, Leadership, Policy
What is your favorite quote?
"99% of failure is what makes success" by John Mason.

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At 10:36am on February 12, 2013, Micheal A. Ogunshola said…
Though strong Cyber laws aren't strong for now in Nigeria, but there are regulatory agencies in the country like EFCC, ICPC, the Police e.t.c. Which deals with Scammers, anf Fraudsters.
Please report any Nigerian with doubious characters to the nearest Police from there you can get the Anti-fraud/Anti-corruption agents involved.
Mohammed Abdurrahman Alghaili. Nigerians are not fraudsters but good people. Without doubt, there are bad eggs among the people but Justice will be done when these fraudsters are been reported.
At 7:16am on February 12, 2013, Mohammed Abdurrahman Alghaili said…

How is Mrs. Rose Christiana Grand connected to Hotel Omni Mont-Royal?

If she is a scammer, hope she want  make illegal use of my international passport number and my passport photograph?

 

This scam has been going on for at least 2-3 years. There is no Mrs Rose Grand. She does not work for a hotel. The person who sent you that email does not even live in Canada. Often these are scams originating from African countries like Nigeria, where the laws on cyber-crime are not yet established.

 

 The email is from a bunch of criminals that will do one of two things:

 

 1) They will try to get money from you to process your job offer. As long as you keep sending your money to them, they will keep up your hopes that there is a job available.

 

 2) They will steal your identity. They need passport numbers and names from around the world so they can make FAKE passports using your name and number. You may later find your name has been added to a country's no-fly list, and it will be difficult for you to get on any plane.

 

 NEVER EVER answer emails that are sent to you from suspicious sources. A legitimate company will never use a Gmail, Hotmail, or yahoo email account. Always go onto the internet and research any names or addresses that you receive by email or see on a website.

 

 My advice is that you should report this scam to your local police, and contact your country's passport office to report the incident. You MAY need to replace the passport and get a new passport ID to be safe. Also, PLEASE tell all your friends and family about this. It may be embarrassing to be fooled like this, but the only way to stop these scams is to make sure everyone knows about them.

 
 
 

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