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#Hushpuppi : #Djcuppy wasn’t left out of the call outs too

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So they are basically calling out the friends and acquaintances of hush puppi who helped in making him relevant through out his Ill gotten wealth show offs on social media, and while some are suggesting his girlfriends equally get arrested, Others are calling out DJ cuppy for always being eager to associate with him despite her social strata.

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The Dubai Police Force, United Arab Emirates, has revealed how it arrested Nigerian Instagram celebrity, Ramon Abass, aka Hushpuppi. . In a video released on its official Twitter handle on Thursday, the Middle-East police said a special team had been tracking the suspect and his gang’s activities on social media for about four months. . The police revealed that upon the arrest of Hushpuppi and 12 other members of his crew, it discovered that fraud amounting to 1.6 billion Dirham (N168 billion) had been committed by the gang. . No fewer than 1,926,400 people from different parts of the world were also said to have fallen victims to the suspects. . According to the police, 13 luxury cars, estimated at 35 million Dirham (N3.7 billion) were recovered from the house where they were arrested. . The Dubai police said the operation leading to the arrests was dubbed “Fox Hunt 2”. . While footage of the operation played, a narrator said, “In less than just four months, the Dubai Police Force was able to solve the new operation dubbed Fox Hunt 2, where 12 other gang members were also arrested. . “Six raids were carried out simultaneously while the suspects were sleeping in their Dubai residences. After months of investigating and hours of monitoring the gang’s social media accounts, a team of highly trained Dubai Police officers were able to confirm the gang’s whereabouts and fraudulent activities. . “The Nigerian Instagram celebrity, who was arrested on multiple fraud charges for crimes committed in different parts of the world, boasted about his wealth and expensive possession on social media, claiming he is a successful businessman. . . . Follow us for breaking news and videos #Punchnewspapers #Hushpuppi #Fraud #Dubai #Dubaipolice #UnitedArabEmirate #Instagramcelebrity #MiddleEast

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#Fraud : Nigerians call out Daddy Freeze for always attacking Pastors but befriending #HushPuppi

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Sense or Nonsense?👇

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And that was how the story of Hush puppy ended. I will no longer allow you hush fanatics bully me into deleting this post. If you read my previous post, I said what I said. No matter how smart you think you are, you can never outsmart God. He will let you try just so he can use you to set example to others. The blessing of the lord maketh rich and adds no sorrow . And Just because I choose not to condemn him in private and clap for you him in public like you lots doesn’t mean I am not a sinner. Feel free to call me a prostitute, We don hear am before 😜 But you see the act of him stealing people’s hard earned money to display on Instagram in order to mislead our young Nigerian men who believe in hard work, I stand my ground on this to say that it is outrightly wrong. I understand that you all have completely thrown morals out of the window but, what happened to empathy? If you have ever worked so hard for money, then and then will you be able to feel the pain of the poor innocent victims whose hard earned money through hard labour were stolen. Come on, I know that Nigerians hate the truth, and this is not about me judging him as I have no right, but I am stating the obvious fact. A lot our young men were misled by how he constantly displayed his wealth on Instagram. They were driven into desperation. I came across a young man who wanted to be as rich as hush by all means and I was just worried for his life. So after all the acquired wealth, what next? Years of jail time. All the luxury cars and watches were retrieved and if he ever comes out of jail, he is going back to square one. I’m sure where ever he is right now, he will be regretting the life he chose for himself while so many other young men still want to be like him. 😩 May God have mercy on Hush. • • Dear Nigerian young men, you can do better. Don’t disregard the concept of hard work. You people keep saying there is no work in Nigeria, yet there are so many young men working in shell, Mobil, nnpc etc. so many young men becoming Managing directors in different companies and CEO of different businesses. Please be patient and say no to the fast fast way of life. May God help this generation 🙏

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Pray from home! Covid19 is real!

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Dubai Police authorities on Thursday confirmed the arrest of Nigerian well-known Instagram personalities Raymond Olounwa Abbas also known as Hushpuppi and Olalekan Jacob Ponle popularly known as Woodbery.⁣ ⁣ The two were confirmed arrested with 10 other suspects on allegations of fraud involving huge money.⁣ ⁣ The two Nigerians and 10 others were arrested in an operation tagged “Fox Hunt 2”, Dubai Media Office said.⁣ ⁣ Police said the raid resulted in the seizure of incriminating documents pertaining to a well-planned international fraud worth Dh1.6 billion (about ₦169 billion).⁣ ⁣ They were accused of leading an “international” online fraud network that was committing crimes outside the UAE, including money-laundering, cyber fraud, hacking, criminal impersonating, scamming individuals, banking fraud, and identity theft.⁣ ⁣ “The arrest of ‘Hushpuppi,’ ‘Woodberry’ & 10 gang members involved in money laundry & cyber fraud activities, is another achievement added to the proud record of Dubai police in ensuring the emirate’s security and safety,” Commander-in-Chief of Dubai police Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri said.⁣ ⁣ For more, visit www.guardian.ng⁣ ⁣ #Hushpuppi #Woodbery #RaymonOlounwa #OlalekanPonle #Fraud #MoneyLaundry #BankingFraud #IdentityTheft #InternationalFraud #Police #DubaiPolice #CyberFraud #Scam #Nigerians #Dubai #TheGuardianNg

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Again: The Nigerian Police arrests #Chinese Men for illegally Mining Gold in Nigeria

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The police in Zamfara State have arrested two Chinese, who are said to have been illegally mining gold in the state for a long time. . The spokesperson for the state police command, SP Mohammed Shehu, said in a statement on Monday, “The command had on April 19, 2020, received information that some foreigners, in concert with some unpatriotic Nigerians, engaged in illegal mining activities in Kwali, Bukkuyum Local Government Area of the state. . “On the strength of the information, on April 20, 2020, the Commissioner of Police, Usman Nagogo, led a special task force team to the Kwali mining sites to see things for himself. . “The information proved to be credible as hundreds of miners took to their heels as soon as they saw the team. Two labourers were, however, arrested, who confirmed the presence of Chinese and Burkinabe nationals, among others. at the site” . According to Shehu, the police got information that the Chinese were taking refuge in Nasarawa town near the mining sites, and were monitoring the movement of security personnel from there. . “When we got this information, the Commissioner of Police led another team to the area, where two Chinese nationals were seen with the chemicals for refining gold,” Shehu stated. . The arrested Chinese, according to the PPRO, are Mr Wang and Mr Chun, who will be arraigned after the investigation. ………. #Nigeria #News #Zamfara #Illegal #Miner #Chinese #Goldmine #Crime #Police #Arrest

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Fake Charities Springing up over #Covid19 donations — Magu

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Fake charities springing up over COVID-19 donations, Magu warns . . The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, #EFCC, has cautioned Nigerians against unsupported claims of fraudulent operators advertising cures and treatments of the dreaded Covid-19 pandemic. . . The Commission is also urging the public to be wary of fake charities springing up purporting to offer guidelines on donations to government and ordinary Nigerians in a bid to cope with the discomfort arising out of COVID- 19. . . The Acting Executive Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, added that there was need for patriotic Nigerians to be cautious of fake Covid-19 “ Do-it-yourself” tests and shun any fraudulent charities offering guidelines on donations to the public. . . Magu particularly cautioned against use of unwanted mobile applications from untrusted sources and fake multilevel marketing schemes with mouth-watering returns online. . . The EFCC boss said: “The FG has rolled out account details of accredited banks through which donations can be made.  Please, note that any other guideline for donations is fraudulent and should be ignored. . . “Besides, members of the public should be cautious of online investment involving various money-doubling schemes.  We are tracking all those fraudulent operators.” . . In a statement made available yesterday by the Acting Spokesperson of the EFCC, Tony Orilade, the EFCC boss also advised Nigerians against illegal “Robo Calls.” . . According to him, such calls are meant to scam and steal the banking details of their victims. “Don’t press any number required by any illegal Robo Call. . . The recording machine might require you to press a number for you to speak with an operator.  This is fraudulent.  Don’t press such a number”, he said. . . The EFCC boss further wants Nigerians to exercise extreme cautions over the following measures: “Don’t click on links from any source that you don’t know. Doing so could download Malware onto your computer or device. . . Don’t let anyone rush you into making a donation. Be alert and vigilant about online promotions and investment opportunities, especially on social media.”

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#VANGOGH painting stolen from Museum closed because of #Covid19

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When they say people are constantly taking advantage of opportunities, they are referring to fraudsters and thieves. They never ever rest from these things. The staff of that museum should always be checked. These back markets are gaining grounds for sure.

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Ray #Hushpuppi has a case to answer — #EFCC

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The EFCC is revealing that recently Dubai arrested Hushpuppi is also wanted by them for a fraudulent case. While some are waiting for him to be extradited to Nigeria to EFCC so he comes back to the country where he can escape being punished die to his connection to other corrupt politicians who are well connected. But up till now, he is still with the Interpol after a week that news broke that he is coming back to Nigeria and we still haven’t heard anything about it.

Now EFCC is revealing that they have a case with him.

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Fans bewildered as #Adeherself is confirmed as one of the 5 fraud suspects arrested by #efcc

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It is not yet certain why the 20 year old skit maker and recently launched YouTuber got herself entangled in the efcc web. while Naira Marley and some others like Mompha are regular in and out efcc friends, the emergence of this young lady is truly shocking to say the least.

Still confused the authenticity of the report though posted by efcc on the efcc social media handles, Nigerians are yet again confused as to the extent of fraud in the country and among it’s youths, if a seemingly young lady with a bidding career is said to have a fraudulent side hustle. Ade who is know for her beauty, makeup and scarcely posted skits, is now making headline in a brand issue.

While we wait for the issue to unfold, one will only wonder how deep this goes, and from her smile she sure is less bothered than we are, and we will simply let the issue play out in our very before.

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Alleged N100m Bribe : Trial of Chinese Men Begins on June 29

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Do you guys remember these Chinese Men who offered a N100m bribe in Sokoto but were caught instead? Well their trial is said to soon begin according to EFCC.

This would have served that Nation better if we have a full trust in the guys saying they a persecuting the bribe giving Chinese. One thing I am scared and yet can deny, is that these guy can even collect that money from the Chinese men after all these activities. 🤦🏾‍♀️🙄 I really just hope they stick to the real justice and have these guys persecuted.

If not for anything, for the fact that they think every black person in Africa is willing to back stab, denounce and betray their fellow black brother whenever money is involved. Oh well.. We can only hope.

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#Shaddy AF : #Hushpuppi to be extradited back to Nigeria

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Issues are more transparently handle when not in Nigeria. This guy took money not meant for Nigeria, so why will the Country that owns the stolen find decide to bring him to a Country that he is from? Could it be that some dirty politicians are pulling strings to conceal that this guy might possibly expose? Are they coming together to bring him back to Nigeria where crime and corruption reigns supreme and protection is on their side? I think so.

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The acting chairman of the anti-graft agency, EFCC, has reacted to the arrest of Instagram celebrity, Ramon Igbalode popularly known as Hushpuppi. . . Hushpuppi was on Wednesday June 10 arrested in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) alongside his colleagues by International Police (INTERPOL) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for alleged fraud. . . In an interview with TVC, Magu said the commission is not involved in Hushpuppi's arrest. . . “We are yet to be involved in the case of Hushpuppi, but if they happen to give us this thing (details) we would assist.” Magu said . . The antigraft agency boss in the interview denied the allegation that the agency is mostly interested in the arrest and prosecution of internet fraudsters. He said the Commission also rehabilitates the suspects arrested for internet fraud. . . “We are not all about arresting, prosecuting and chasing of internet fraudsters, and taking away the proceeds of their crime, but we are also trying to see wether we can rehabilitate them. Because most of this boys are either undergraduate or graduate from higher institutions, so they can be better people to our country. . . The menace of Yahoo boys is also a course of concern, we are collaborating with other law enforcement agencies. . . Yahoo boys have an association with their mothers who do not feel what their children are doing is a crime actually. It is called the “Yahoo Yahoo Mothers Association, a suitation where the mother would go abroad and the child would stay there and help them syphon funds from credit card fraud. So we are doing everything possible to arrest the situation” he said

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INTERPOL has now 100% confirmed the arrest of International World acclaimed fraudster Raymond Igbalodely Aka Hushpuppi reveals he is Been Extradited to Nigeria!!! . Plans are underway by the International Police (INTERPOL) Nigeria to extradite Instagram celebrity Raymond Igbalodely a.k.a. Hushpuppi from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Nigeria to face alleged multiple fraud charges, The Nation learnt on Friday. The INTERPOL is also on the trail of other accomplices in the alleged fraud who are resident in Nigeria to bring them to justice. Commissioner of Police (CP) INTERPOL, Garba Umar disclosed these to The Nation yesterday while confirming the arrest of Igbalodely whose real name is said to be Ramoni Igbalode. He said: “It is true that Hushpuppi was arrested by the INTERPOL. We are currently working on bringing him to Nigeria to face charges of fraud. “Some of the offences were committed here in Nigeria and he has to answer for them. He is not alone in it; there are accomplices in the country who we are currently on their trail,” said the CP. . Hushpuppi, known for his reckless display of wealth on social media, was arrested three days ago for allegedly hacking into the United States (US) unemployed database and impersonating citizens qualified for unemployment funds. He and his accomplices in Nigeria, Dubai and other countries allegedly defrauded the US of over $100 million meant for Native Americans in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic. The Nation reports that his arrest came three days after he posted a picture of his newly acquired 2020 Rolls Royce Cullinan worth about N280 million, the latest addition to his fleet of exotic vehicles. It was alleged that Hushpuppi was arrested alongside two of his friends after weeks of investigation by the US Secret Service, following the alarm raised in May about a crime ring of suspected Nigerians who broke into the personal information of citizens and used factitious unemployment claims to steal hundreds of millions of dollars reserved to help jobless US people.

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#Interpolarrest : Harrysong calls out Nigerians on how fast they are ditching #Hushpuppi despite giveaways

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Extreme Wealth flashing Nigerian #Hushpuppi gets napped by #Interpol in #Dubai for a $100m fraud

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With the rate at which these Roll Royce and other falshy cars are flashed on social media by these guys who have no legitimate source of income, it is becoming the order of the day for them to be napped. They are just constantly disgracing the country one after the other. Look at this disgraceful thing.

Always showing off affluence on social media when clearly they know that the source is very questionable. Look at this disturbing development. Good to know justice is coming for everyone who needs it.

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Shocking: GLO drains excessive Data subscription from Nigerians for the Month of May

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Seems while others are doing their best to help out with the negative ripple effect from the pandemic to the human race, the rest of us Nigerians are by every means looking to take advantage of others.

It’s beginning to look like after donating money to the government to help fight the pandemic, Glo is coming back to take the money back from everyone of its subscribers.

Nigerian all over are saying that they have had to double whatever amount they subscribe monthly in this month of May due to an inexplicable choice but GLO to sap excessively their Data.

With no special activity added to their usual monthly routine, Nigerians are not sure what to accrue this behaviour to. It is clearly weird, but why is GLO not apologizing to it’s users and probably repaying them or even assuring them that there won’t be a repeat of this horror.

Nigerians are therefore pulling up their knowledge based on history, that whatever you ignore in Nigeria will become a norm in no time. So we calling on the appropriate authorities to look into the reason and choice for GLO to act in such a fraudulent manner, and turn around to assume like it isn’t a worrisome choice of behaviour. House of reps and even the EFCC will need to look into this because it wasn’t done to only one person, a family or even a state. It was done to everyone who uses data from Data in the month of May.

Knowing that people are now working from home, and they all rely on data, Glo thought it wise to play a fast one on them hoping that they don’t get caught or spotted easily by Nigerians who will assume it is as a result of working from home.

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Court grants bail to two Chinese caught offering N100m bribe to an EFCC staff

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When they tell you bribery can get you any and everywhere in Nigeria but it turns out not to be as accurate as they had presented it to you. You get caught for real.

Me I don’t want too much oh, 10% will be just fine.

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EFCC Arrests Two Chinese For Offering N100M Bribe To It's Top Officer . . The  Sokoto Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission,  EFCC,  has  arrested two Chinese:  Mr. Meng Wei Kun and Mr. Xu Koi for offering a sum of N50, 000,000( Fifty Million Naira only) as bribe to its Zonal Head, Mr. Abdullahi Lawal. . . The suspects were arrested on Monday,  May 11,  2020 in Sokoto. . . The bribe was allegedly offered in a desperate  bid to compromise ongoing investigations of a construction company, China Zhonghao Nig. Ltd,  handling contracts awarded by the Zamfara State Government in the sum of N50, 000,000,000.00(Fifty Billion Naira), between 2012 to 2019. . . The zonal office of the Commission is investigating the construction company, in connection with the execution of contracts for the construction of township roads in Gummi, Bukkuyun, Anka and Nassarawa towns of Zamfara state; also, the construction of one hundred and sixty eight (168) solar- powered boreholes in the 14 local government areas of the state. . . Alarmed by the consistency and professionalism of investigation being conducted, the company reached out to Lawal with an offer of  N100,000,000( One Hundred Million Naira) as bribe to “bury” the matter. . . In a grand design to trap the corrupt officials,  Lawal played along, and on Monday, two representatives of the company Meng Wei Kun and  Xu Kuoi offered him cash totalling fifty million naira in  their office along airport road,  Sokoto. The cash was offered as a first installment. For details of this and other stories, visit our website at www.efccnigeria.org . . #Bribery #Fraud #Crime #Corruption #EFCC #TheFightAgainstCorruption #FightingForYou

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Bureau-de-Change operator Bags Seven Years Jail Term

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Kaduna Zonal Office on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 secured a seven years prison term of one Sadiq Mustapha without option of fine, before Justice Mallong Peter of the Federal High Court, Kaduna for obtaining money by false pretence to the tune of N6,100, 000 (Six Million One Hundred Thousand) and operating illegal bureau de change.

Mustapha was arraigned on December 2, 2019 on a two-count charge, bordering on obtaining money by false pretence and operating a bureau de change without authorisation by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN.

Trouble began for the convict following a petition by one Abdulsalam Danlami Abubakar, who alleged that sometime in 2016, Mustapha lured him into transferring the sum of N6,100.000 (Six Million, One Hundred Thousand Naira) in three separate transactions  from his Zenith Bank account to that of his company, Abueleven Limited, domiciled in Fidelity Bank for exchange with dollar equivalent of $ 20,000 USD.
For details of this and other stories, visit our website at www.efccnigeria.org

ObtainingByFalsePretence #Crime #Fraud #Crime #Corruption #Jail #Prison #EFCC #TheFightAgainstCorruption #FightingForYou – #regrann

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CCTV shows a gang of 7 armed robbers invading a home in Nigeria

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CCTV footage captured the moment 7 thieves scaled a fence and broke into homes.

Some reports claim the incident happened in Abuja in the early hours of Saturday, May 16. Others claim it happened in Yola.

After scaling the fence, they broke doors to gain entrance into the homes of those living in the compound.

It appears people were injured because blood can be seen all over the floor after the robbery incident.

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