In the year 2002, when Johnson Chrome came to Toronto from Nigeria, his wallet didn’t even have a $100 bill but year’s later when police arrested him, he was charged with a $10 million fraud. How did his fortune change during these 10 years? What modus operandi did the police adopt to track and identify the fraud? Read about the fate and trial of Johnson Chrome in Atash 107.
The bitter experience of Zahra Dehqanifard in Calgary has also been taken up in this issue of Atash; the story is about a woman, who was fired from her job for being pregnant and who has now sued the court.
Also read about Toronto housing, life insurance and upcoming events this week in the new issue of Atash, which is being released today – on Thursday-September 21.
OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN THIS ISSUE:
- Eleven things about Costco that you have never heard of
- Be Alert! Sugar Cravings can be Deadly
- B.C. dealer’s life insurance claim denied over crime affiliation, but mystery surrounds death
- Equation with your spouse’s family. Why is it important to have a good relationship with them?
- All you need to know when investing in a life insurance in Canada
- Interested in becoming a real estate consultant? Know more about this profession.
- Considering housing as an ideal investment? Then this article is for you
- Future of the GTA real estate market; while others are not yet on track
- This might be that guy, who just emptied your credit card
- I was fired from my job in Calgary just because I was pregnant
- Seven events to look out for this weekend in Toronto