Posted on October 10, 2020 by iwano@_84
Federal investigators say a Coppell man fraudulently applied for dozens of federal stimulus PPP grants and received more than $17 million that he spent buying real estate and luxury cars such as a Bentley and a Corvette.
A coalition of federal agencies charged Dinesh Sah, 55, of Coppell, with applying for $24.8 million in PPP loans for 15 businesses that claimed to have more than 500 employees, but in fact, many of the businesses were registered after the CARES Act was passed and did not have any employees, according to court documents detailing the indictment.
“Mr. Sah exploited this terrible pandemic for personal gain – and he should be held accountable to the American people for that behavior,” said U.S. Attorney Erin Nealy Cox
Posted on October 3, 2020 by iwano@_84
The Presidency has continued to defend the recent hike in petrol prices, as spokesman Garba Shehu on Friday questioned how many Nigerians benefit from low fuel charges.
The Buhari administration earlier this year put in motion plans to cut out fuel subsidy and deregulate the petroleum downstream sector.
Since then, prices of petrol have fallen, in line with a dip in international demand attributed to the coronavirus pandemic.
However, in September, the price of petrol went up, sparking outrage among many Nigerians.
According to Channels Tv, Some have blamed the government for allowing the prices to rise even as many Nigerians are still dealing with the effects of the pandemic.
On Friday, during an interview on Channels Television’s Politics Today, Mr Shehu argued that it is unfair for poor Nigerians to continue to subsidise the lifestyle of urban dwellers.
“We belong to a global market system,” Mr Shehu
Posted on September 30, 2020 by iwano@_84
ST. HELENA — Madeline Buty and Jason Curliano had just put the final touches on their retirement home on a hill overlooking the vineyards of Napa Valley. They hung the last picture on the wall Saturday.
Posted on September 21, 2020 by iwano@_84
Built in 1999, this estate, priced at $4.69 million, sits on 2.73 acres in the Willow Bend Country neighborhood of Plano. It was recently updated and features a wealth of detailed design, from ornate crown moldings to a two-story closet.
The property has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and three half-bathrooms, but listing agent Michelle Field noted that there is an additional “in-law” suite and separate guest apartment that add three more bedrooms and two more bathrooms.
Field said she thinks the home could suit a family housing multiple generations, especially with the generous amount of extra space in the “in-law” and guest quarters.
She noted that the expansive home suits the pandemic lifestyle where families stay at home more often and everyone needs room to work.
“There’s a place for mom, there’s a place for your guests to come and stay in the apartment,” Field said. “There’s stuff for the