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Friday, June 26, 2020

Report Says Nigerian Instagram Celeb Hushpuppi Flaunted Proceeds Of Scam On The Social Media


According to Sahara Reporters...


''The police in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, have seized Dh150m -- N16bn -- in cash and more than a dozen luxury cars from Nigerian Instagram celebrity, Raymond Abbas known as Hushpuppi.

In a video shared by the police, officers explained how they arrested Hushpuppi and his gangs, who are accused of Internet scam.

Hushpuppi's principal scam was to create websites that looked identical to well-known companies and banks, it was alleged.

A total of 1,926,400 victims were said to have been targeted by the syndicate in a scheme that spanned several months.

13 luxury cars estimated to be worth over 25 million dirhams -- N2.6bn -- were also seized from the gang.

Police said email addresses of 800,000 potential victims were discovered and that the gang could have scammed as much as Dh1.6 billion from victims.

Officers dubbed the operation Fox Hunt 2 after busting an African cyber crime gang running a similar scam in February 2019, in which Dh32 million -- $8.7m -- was stolen from victims.

Hushpuppi posed as a real estate investor and businessman and boasts of more than two million followers on Instagram''.

112 comments:

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    1. That's all?
      Really Don?

      If na woman matter now, you go write epistle 😏😏

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    2. DON™25 June 2020 at 18:03
      Tbabe, so you can give excuse for criminality ?
      I hope you read what you wrote before you pressed send.
      Your heart is polluted.

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    3. Miss Aboki🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    4. If nah women matter now, you go forget say nah only God dey holy..
      Scam apologist!!
      Chizzy J

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    5. Shattap, na here you know say only God is holy.

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    6. Aboki
      Come and take this ������������

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    7. Don eehh😁....pls read Miss Aboki's post well

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    8. Don, its only a fellow Yahoo boy that will type what you just did.

      Shame on you man. Big shame.

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    9. Really???? That's all you've got to say...

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    10. Miss Aboki come back here 😠😠😠😁

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    11. Miss aboki chop kiss 😘😘😘

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    1. He was personally invited by Atiku during his campaign and Dino Milaye on his birthday and Dogora

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  3. See him big belle. Ole!

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  4. With the way he flaunted his ill gotten wealth, one would think he was really clean at some point.

    One less nuisance on the social media at least, next is them shatta bundle and the likes of electronic money.

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    1. I tell you my dear, one less nuisance in the world of social media.

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    2. Say that again @ Zamani...if more of us shame and stand against I'll gotten wealth more people will desist from it....Oloshi man.

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    3. Lol....I never even followed him; never for a second did i think he was legit.
      People doing fraud and drug biz its like its a curse upon dem dey must flaunt and flash. Even in d 90s b4 social media u must notice dem,flashy clothes,flashy cars and musicians hailing dem while dey are spraying millions in parties. Seems its a curse.
      Only few smart ones do it, stay down low,invest in legit business and get out of d trade for life....very few.

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    4. @BandR, who told you we were following him? follow him for what exactly?? He's always on the news for dragging some celebrities or flauntings, in fact, he's nuisance himself, that was the only way I got to know him. Follow kor, walk with nii!!

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    5. It's really is a curse, cos they hardly ever stop! I mean, you've gotten so much, why not invest and do something legit?

      Jowizaza!! How many times did I call you?

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    6. How can anyone think he was clean?? Which yeye real estate was he doing? 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

      It's well..... Flaunt or not, they will catch all of them!! Some will be faster than others

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    7. Beds and Roses I am so surprised at these new kids. I keep forgetting the name of their senior in the 1990s that is now a taxi driver . He was very popular with them Fred Ajudua set. Dey didn't learn anything from that set that ill gotten wealth doesn't last and it is a stupid idea to flaunt such wealth.
      anon 09:33 I pray we get there some day, I pray so. But this Naija wey we dey so e go hard because hunger don blind 80% of the of the population of Nigeria.

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    8. His baba must have been deceiving him

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    9. Chisom biko wetin be my business who follows or doesnt follow Hushpuppi?
      @Y crime never pays,i remember those ones in d 90s. Its either they use dere ill gotten wealth to open Hotel or dey sell cars.
      Most r broke now,only d few smart ones got out on time and invested well.

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    10. Jowizaza is not a scammer Biko. He has a foundation already from his dad jezco filling station and oil all over naija. Jowizaza is into vessel imptortation- strictly oil .

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  5. Every criminal will be caught one day. He should pay for his crime, Dubai is not Nigeria he must surely pay.

    Posing with people's hard earn money up and down, you are good at website designing and programming why don't you channel it to legit hustling. And he was a music producer before he left Nigeria.

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    1. My God! I saw the blockbuster movie..This guy scammed over 1 million people and owned 47 phones..Jesus Christ for him to comfortable flaunt his ill gotten wealth that means he had assurance and backing from one oga at the top..

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    2. @Phoenix
      He didn't own all the phones, those phones were gotten from his syndicates.

      For those in the habit of tapping into unknown and ill-gotten blessings...see your life outside kpotokpoto

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    3. What's the movie title please? @Beds and Roses.

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    4. @ Candix, exactly, instead of channelling his intelligence to build up his own business...

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    5. Fox hunt 2 @ COGπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  6. Chei this intelligence he had for fraud could have been used to develop Africa in general!
    Bro you are not coming out soon oohhh..... someone must have snitched on him!!
    Go do your time bro!!

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    1. Everyone knew what he was doing but just waited for evidence to nail him.
      Good for him.

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    2. No one snitched on him. He snitched on himself.

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    3. Exactly, someone must have snitched..... In fact some of our favs might be implicated of he sings🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    4. It's so obvious he was into scam. They needed evidence

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    5. Some body definitely snitched on him as, infact I believe it is even America conspiracy theory cause Dubai cannot pretend they didn't know Hushpuppi was a scammer. Didn't they make him a citizen of Dubai? See this thing is more than the one we are seeing. Why did they make a whole movie about it, is this how they make movie for other criminals. Hushpuppi is part of a big puzzle. Make we dey watch.
      But either way hush this is the inevitable end that must happen to most criminal elements

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    6. This is the mixture of greed and foolishness....you need to study the lifestyle of white men to understand what wisdom is all about. Majority of the whites and some Africans who are on top today were into one crime or another, from slave trading to robbery, only their children or grand children are socialites, meaning you can't question their source of wealth anymore.
      I am not supporting crime in any way, but there will always be two types of criminals, those who steal to enrich themselves and those who steal to define themselves...don''t be the later.

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    7. Didn't they make him a citizen of Dubai? He was a resident and not a citizen.

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  7. Stella I watched the video and was shocked to my bones eziokwu! Almost two million victims?? Yet he'd come on Instagram flaunting luxuries and giving stupid motivational talks, Sometimes he even attacks some celebrities and call them broke, smh! But people can be daft in this world oo, you scam people off their hard earned money and still come online to advertise your flamboyant lifestyle with no legit job in a country as developed as Dubai bikonu?? Is it the tears of their victims that makes them do the things they do?? The other one, what's that his name?Vindictus or whatever, God knows I don't bloody care what his wicked name is ran to Vogue magazine to get his name on the front page and after some seconds boom!! They tracked him down and the source of his wealth got busted. There shall never be peace for the wicked, may they suffer a double dose of the pain they inflict/inflicted on their innocent victims. As for those shameless Nigerian youths and some worthless celebrities that licked this guy's ass, sang praises and even insulted anyone that questioned his lifestyle all because of his ill gotten wealth, the ones that insulted the legit had workers because of give away and the likes, a big fat SHAME ON YOU, you got zero worth. And trust me, with that warped mindset, you'd live and die a shameless worthless ass licker with nothing to show for in the life that you came to live.

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    1. I was beginning to think maybe the guys riches is legit because I couldn't wrap my head around how someone would be a thief and still flaunt it on social media like that.

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    2. I knew it wasn't legit. No legit millionaire/billionaire flaunts their wealth and exposes themselves to the public like he and his likes did. This is majorly the reason why the absolutely rich and exposed ones don't make noise,while the empty ones goes about causing nuisance!! Youccan even experiment by looking into the lives or Nigerian celebrities entrepreneurs etc,I tell you, the difference will always be clear enough for you to see.

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    3. I love your write up ChisomπŸ‘Œ

      They are really shameless Nigerians.

      Making people who struggle legimately feel. Like they are cursed and the worst part is that some parents even use them as example when talking to their children. SMH

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    4. Those worthless celebrities you mentioned come and see how they all started unfollowing hushpupi with full speed after he was arrested, very shameless people.

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    5. I even read somewhere he spent about 11million plus a day at a night club in Lagos around 2017.

      How can a legit hustler waste such money a night.

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  8. Inarguably, Hushpapa is the most valuable Nigerian at the moment both home and abroad. No one does it better than Hushpapa. Therefore put some respect to his name. The newest Nigerian GOAT.

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    1. The Original ShugarGirl26 June 2020 at 22:55

      Look at how this one is worshipping ill gotten money AKA cursed money.

      Where is your dignity?
      Where is your value?
      Where is that entity that makes you human?
      Where is your heart? You seem to have exchanged it for a lifeless rock.

      I don't feel any pity for scammers.

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  9. What???? mama Stella good morning. Good morning blog family.

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  10. One day for the theif,another day for the owner

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  11. Hehehehe, chai!

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  12. At the end of the day, crime does not pay. My respect to those who toil day and night doing legitimate things and not being intimidated by the likes of Hushpuppi.

    I feel really sad for the 1.6 million victims he scammed for so many years.

    Again, crime does not pay.

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  13. This is too bad, like someone said hushpuppy is not trying to be make a living but destroying lives with his gang.

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  14. Perhaps, Gucci is the new black. 'Feliz navidad'

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  15. When they tell them to keep a low profile, they would say they are jealous of their success ( ill gotten wealth), these are the guys that constantly put Nigerian on a watchlist
    Nothing assured one of a life time success like a business done legally
    There won’t be need for restlessness or “shalaye sef
    Nothing annoys me more then the nonsense motivational post he post everyday, they make hard working guys question their existence
    May God bless every hardworking person out there, our endeavors shall not be in vain.....
    I hope he rots in jail

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    1. Low profile or not, they will catch-all of them one by one!!!

      All you need is one little mistake.....

      Crime isn't the way!!

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  16. Double twale for all legit hustlersπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘Our hustle go pay,just keep pushing,we'll get there...

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  17. Maximum respect for Dubai police

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  18. I saw d video n I felt pity for him cos na 100 years imprisonment be that

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    1. The Original ShugarGirl26 June 2020 at 23:00

      I pray he gets extra life span so that he can serve full term after which he can exit the world.

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  19. 419 no be work.
    Taking peoples investments and savings and think you will last.
    Do the crime,Do the time.

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  20. Please my question is, will they refund those scammed?

    Cos I understand they had the details of their victims in hard drives.

    At least the victims will get some kind of succor

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    1. Hmmmm very salient question but rhetorical.

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    2. The Original ShugarGirl26 June 2020 at 23:01

      Since it is not Nigeria I am pretty positive that they will.

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  21. Puppi is no longer hush and posh. Gucci lost a customer.

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    1. πŸ˜†πŸ˜† leave me o!!!

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    2. He's HUSHED puppi.

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  22. Why do some people do this? Why do most lack conscience? Do you have any idea the resultant effect scamming has on people's lives? Like! Do you? Some commit suicide, some die due to HBP. It takes the grace of God to bounce back like my parents did but not everyone is that lucky. This was how my parent was scammed years back. It was like a movie. We went through a whole lot. You have no idea what it means to suffer until you have been scammed of everything. This was 20 something years ago so it hasn't upgraded to this level we have in the society now. I just can't stand people who feel this up there is right. I had to cut off a friend when she started dating someone like him years back. He later treated her like dirt and she cried to me. I asked her, what did you expect?" Someone who doesn't have a conscience will ruin you. What do we expect when society would rather respect those who with ill-gotten wealth irrespective of how the money came about. They would rather worship wealth than those who sweat it out through hard work. I am getting emotional right now. Bye.

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    1. Its sad how people throw morals, empathy to the window..My question is how you sleep when you have scammed over 1 million people..Haa Eledumare!

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    2. Over 20 something years ago? Chaii this fraud business must be an old business o. It's just internet that made it really obvious. Thank God for you.

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    3. You nailed it, 419ners has zero conscience, they always mess women up.

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    4. @Sabella I can't imagine what your family went through.you people are strong to have scaled through been scammed.mkst people don't recover.one white person one time like that in the news just took agun and ended it all. the person savings for many years is what this wicked people used at the club for juts one night imagine spending 50 million in one night.

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    5. The women who follow such ppl have obviously written themselves off as worthless, already. I can't even say they're prepared for anything 'cos they still end up feeling hurt if they're even lucky to survive such relationships at all. It's really just plain stupidity and GREED on their part.

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  23. Dubia police, una Weldon. You people should keep him there and prosecute him according to the law.

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  24. Monpha will for ever remain grateful to efcc for handling his case. No more Fubai for e dictionary.

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    1. Lol. Same thing I told my twin.

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    2. I think Mompha got wind of this and quickly ran to Nigeria. I can bet that if not for the lockdown Hushpuppi would have come back to Nigeria or gone to a country that he feels he would be safe. I was very suspicious of his return to Nigeria (Mompha)

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  25. He was into internate scam and was
    flaunting his ill gotten wealth on
    iG, he will definitely go to jail.

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  26. His egungun finally enter express....

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  27. He finally got what was coming to him. Scam almost 2million people, and flaunt a flashy lifestyle on IG. He finally got hushed.

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  28. Shameless and wicked being.
    There's no peace for the wicked.

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  29. So nobody noticed that he photoshops his stomach & body physique for the gram??
    Such a vain man!! His x-chromosome is definitely higher than his y-chromosome..
    That explains why he was buying shoes, clothes, cars up& down and he doesn't have real investment in assets or business...
    To his WhatsApp members:Get an education /skill, then get a job..
    419 is not a hustle& every fraudster has a judgement day ..
    CJ .

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣 I wonder why he was photoshoping his pics, with all the money he still felt insecure πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’

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    2. I thought I was the only one that saw that, the shameless annoying thief should rot in jail

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  30. Handsome guy like this!! The love of money is the root of all evil

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    1. Handsome guy for where, hushpuppi be like goat wey him belle full with yam water!

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    2. The Original ShugarGirl26 June 2020 at 23:21

      Kikikikikikakakakakakia

      Ha! Nkiru han han!
      Have mercy na even if he no near handsome.

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  31. Shameless and wicked somebody you steal from people and still flaunt it on social media.
    God don catch you

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  32. Thief? Causing other people pain just to acquire wealth and flaunt it. It will never be well with you and your likes. Ole

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  33. Sometime last year, when when one oyinbo blog (I think it's New York Times) posted about Billionaire kids and this una drip lord was also featured. But what I noticed was his mates like DJ Cuppy was said to be a heiress of an oil magnate same thing goes to other kids who have rich parents that have legit sources of income. They just wrote that Hushpuppi is a socialite, I was like Hian! Is socialite now a job? That was when I knew that Egungu haff enter express but he didn't get it rather he kept on posting and flaunting. He even screnshoted it and posted it on Instagram.

    Real estate investor that has never posted a house, is that one a real estate? I even read from somewhere that his people are still suffering sef.

    He should prepare himself because he isn't coming out anytime soon. Ndi Arab mesie gi ife eh! Imalu na onwelu ife di iche na Egbe n'Egbe.

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    1. I love that Igbo gi suru na ngwucha. Daalu

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    2. πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½

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  34. If it were to be Nigerian police or EFCC, they would announce his arrest 6mths before investigation and declare him wanted when he is seen in TV granting interviews. He then goes into hiding or leaves the country, case closed.

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    1. They need tutoring from Dubia police. Ndi Ara!

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  35. I don't understand this guy. Why flaunt your wealth on SM when you know that it is not legit. They flaunt their luxury life style to shame the real legit hustlers. This dude is heartless. I saw a pic of him sleeping with bunch of dollars bills and i was like WTF is wrong with this guy. He is obviously a slave to money to have allowed his ill gotten wealth to get in his head. He did the crime,let him be prepare to do the time.

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    1. Na poverty mentality dey worry d guy.

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  36. Maybe. He could be the biggest fraudster from Nigeria never showed it on social media. Who even know how some of these Nigerian billionaires made it? This guy believe too in marabout that keep assuring him he can never be caught. What an idiot!

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  37. The most irritating thing is that this guy has serious business skills he could have channelled legitimately. A great marketer, web designer, programmer, brand specialist, visionary and a music producer to boot. But no, extreme greed and pepper dem will not let them work hard and legally acquire wealth. May he and his ilk know no peace until reparations are made to his victims.

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  38. With all that money,no proper investment,you can't even help reduce poverty in Nigeria, nothing.. it's to be buying vanities, that will be obsolete in few years time, this people don't just have sense..
    Enjoy poppi hood.

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  39. Nigerian youths are as intelligent as their colleagues anywhere but bad governance makes a lot feel trapped and hopeless.He could have become a programmer or computer geek with his accomplices! My business account was cloned and defrauded and I lost a lot of money. I stopped visiting some Nigerian sites as I thought I got my cellphone compromised at some point even though the business email and accounts are different. This was in 2017 and the bank had to close my account while we scrambled not to lose EFTs (electronic fund transfers) from businesses we dealt with. The business still lost a lot of money so I limited Nigerian sites I visit to 3, that way I can help FBI to help me more.

    I post anonymously as I like my privacy with an iPad not linked to anything in my life or business, have no personal SM page though I knew when facebook started here. I'm not saying my case was due to naija fraudsters as Russians and Eastern Europeans, Asians do such but because I am of naija descent mine was believed to be from a naija fraudster. We are still recovering 3 years after. The stress and PTSD cannot be described. We even told our adult children not to friend anyone with a Nigerian name teaching them Ade, olu, Ola, Nwo,Nji,Jid, etc the common alphabets the names start with unless they are friends here or they schooled together. My point is, folks like these and those who tap into their anointing think it's a victimless crime, it's not.
    There are real victims who toiled day and night for the money they lavishly spend!

    Same with stealing from government. The victims are the hungry, homeless and unemployed. Looting, yahoo, etc are not victimless crimes. Let us question their source of wealth and shame those who cannot account properly for their flaunted wealth!
    Stop "oohing and aahing" their ill gotten wealth. A simple Gucci dress cost about $5000. There are wristwatches and jewelries that cost $500k. That is why corruption has to be stopped by the masses as it will not stop on its own!
    Nobody goes around in this country (and I know because I live in an affluent area with neighbors that own Ferraris and yatches), in a Gucci dress of $5000! They may carry an expensive purse, or wear expensive clothing but its understated as most prefer the more expensive but lesser known exclusive designers most Nigerians do not even know of and they do not flaunt. The victims of these wicked souls end up hospitalized in some cases!

    Again to the youths, life is a compilation or series of decisions made over years. Choose wisely. "There is a way that seems right but the end leads to destruction". The interesting thing is that its harder work to make money in America as there are no shortcuts but it's doable if you are willing to work hard.In Naija we have almost 7 weeks vacation with the Eid filter, Eid Kabir, Maulud, Election holidays, plus the Christian holidays, May Day, etc, here you are blessed if you get 3 to 4 weeks annually. Never get upset at your relatives here for not calling you frequently or attending your 50th birthday. Travel time is already 2x2 days plus jet lag! Those who are able to travel often work straight 24 hours before or after to catch up. Americans are the hardest working people I have seen having worked briefly in England and France for multinationals. Americans do 18 hour surgery and do it 5 days a week!. Some lower paid ones work 18 hrs daily so how does a man defraud them and end well? I joke with my friends that its only in Nigeria you can sleep poor and wake up rich with government contracts. Here unless you inherit money, or win the lottery, if you see $10k in your account you didn't work for or know the source, report to the bank. It will bring you grief, they will find out and make you pay even if its a glitch in their system!

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  40. Some scam apologist abound! Shame!!!

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