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m. Border Patrol agents pulled over Omoruyi who had two passengers in his vehicle Okundia and Tosin Freeman-Osho also known as Tosin JohnsonOkundia presented an Ontario identification and "immediately stated that he was from Africa and was dropped off in a field" according to the complaint Agents asked where he entered and did not find a record of a legal entry for OkundiaFreeman-Osho a Canadian citizen born in Nigeria told officials she had been in the US for about a year and that she’d entered through New York Records show her last legal attempt to enter the country was denied and her application was withdrawn court documents stateIn an interview with agents Omoruyi admitted both passengers in his car were coming from Canada but denied transporting people from Minot to the borderFreeman-Osho told agents she was driven to the border from Regina by a white woman with short hair and that she and Okundia were picked up by Victor OmoruyiVictor Omoruyi asked to speak to his wife Michelle Omoruyi Border Patrol agents then learned Michelle Omoruyi had been arrested by the RCMP after picking up the nine individuals who crossed into CanadaOkundia and Freeman-Osho were both ordered to be detained before their next hearing which has yet to be setMichelle Omoruyi will appear in court in Canada on May 15 where she faces one count of human smuggling and one count of conspiracy to commit human smugglingUS crude prices fell through the $50 a barrel support level with market participants unwinding some of the massive number of bullish wagers they had amassed after a deal by top global oil producers to limit outputThe losses followed Wednesday’s slide of more than 5 percent the steepest in a year after data showed crude stocks in the United States the world’s top oil consumer swelled by 82 million barrels last week to a record 5284 million barrels far surpassing forecasts for a 2 million barrel build"It was one month ago yesterday that the market got hit on a big increase in supply only to (have prices) rebound and start making new highs a few days later" said Phil Flynn analyst at Price Futures Group in Chicago"The problem is this time after an extended sideways period a confirmation of a breakdown would suggest that this market will need some major news to get us back on that long term bullish track"Brent crude fell $146 a barrel or 275 percent to $5165 by 12:05 pm Its session low of $5153 was its lowest since Dec 1 On Wednesday Brent fell $281 a barrel or 5 percent in its biggest daily price move this yearUS light crude was down 28 percent to $4885 a barrel after reaching an intraday low of $4867 the lowest since the OPEC cuts were announced On Wednesday US crude plummeted 54 percent"The market went into a meltdown yesterday" said Tamas Varga analyst at London brokerage PVM Oil Associates "The risk is now tilted to the downside Lower numbers are not a foregone conclusion yet but bears are in control"Still options trade suggested hopes that prices would recover The two most actively traded options in US crude were the April $50 calls with more than 19000 lots traded and the April $55 calls with more than 13000 lots changing hands by early afternoon "Given that we do expect OECD oil stocks to decline substantially this year helped by the large OPEC cuts and robust global demand growth we consider the recent drop in crude oil prices to be a good opportunity to enter into bullish option structures" strategists at Societe Generale said in a noteThe Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and other exporters agreed in November to cut output almost 18 million barrels per day (bpd) in the first half of 2017But US drilling has picked up with producers planning to expand crude production in North Dakota Oklahoma and other shale regions The Permian America’s largest oilfield has seen output jumpThis week Saudi Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih said market fundamentals were improving but OPEC would not let rival producers take advantage of the cutsKuwait’s oil minister has said OPEC’s compliance with cuts has exceeded targetsKuwait will host a meeting on March 26 of OPEC and non-OPEC ministers to review compliance with the production cutsOPEC hopes it can persuade other oil producers to make deeper cuts to try to push up prices that have been slumping for more than two years So far the group has been tight-lipped about whether an extension was on the horizonS. the Peoples Democratic Party.

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