Ondo National Security Network Director Amotekun and Chief Adetunji Adeleye warned the public on Wednesday against patronizing commercial motorcycle riders with hoods and no state registration marks. Adeleyer, who issued the warning in Akure, the capital of Ondo state, said the warning was necessary to protect the public from some hooded criminals. In Akure, the state capital, members of the public on commercial motorbikes, also known as “okadas,” as well as passengers in taxis, disappeared…"Avoid Okada riders with hood, unregistered taxis, Ondo Amotekun warns residents –"
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday charged cryptocurrency firms Genesis and Gemini with allegedly selling unregistered securities related to high-yield products offered to savers. Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini and cryptocurrency lender Genesis teamed up in February 2021 to develop a Gemini product called Earn, which it claims can offer clients yields of up to 8%. According to the SEC, Genesis lends out Gemini users’ cryptocurrency and returns a portion of the profits to Gemini,…"SEC charges Genesis and Gemini with selling unregistered securities –"
Some social workers in B.C. are currently unregistered, and the Social Workers Association of BC is urging the public to speak out in support of strict rules to prevent fraudulent social workers from preying on vulnerable groups. In 2018, a bogus social worker who exploited the system’s regulatory loopholes for more than a decade was caught stealing money meant for the teens in his care while denying them access to useful resources. chairman BC Association…"Unregistered social workers should not be allowed: B.C. Association of Social Workers"