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Friday, July 03, 2020

FBI Refers To Hushpuppi And Woodberry As 'Wanted Criminals' As Dubai Police Extradites Them To The US

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Dubai Police have announced that popular Nigerian Instagram celebrity, Raymond Abbas also known as Hushpuppi and Olakekan Jacob known as Woodberry have been extradited to the United States.

Dubai Police made this known in a statement released via its official Twitter account on Thursday.


According to the statement, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI, Christopher Wray also praised the exceptional efforts made by the Dubai Police General HQ, in arresting the duo and bringing them to book.

“The Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI, Christopher Wray has praised the exceptional efforts made by the United Arab Emirate, represented by the Dubai Police General HQ, in combating transnational organized cybercrime including the recent arrest of Raymond Igbalode Abbas, known as “Hushpuppi” and Olalekan Jacob Ponle known as “Woodberry” who were taken down in operation “Fox hunt 2”.

“He also extends his appreciations to Dubai Police for their cooperation in extraditing the wanted criminals, who committed money laundering and multiple cybercrimes, to the United States,” the statement read.

The Dubai Police arrested the two wanted fraudsters, “Hushpuppi” and “Woodberry” along with ten African cybercriminals in a special operation dubbed “Fox Hunt 2”.

Hushpuppi who was arrested with 12 others for online fraud targeting companies and individuals was being questioned by prosecutors at the Bur Dubai section.

The prosecutors also charged him for “obtaining money from others through fraudulent means.”

 almost identical to those of legitimate companies, targeting customers of these companies, with the purpose of diverting payments to themselves.
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75 comments:

  1. The game is over. He is done for.

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    1. Very good. These lazy youths need to be taught a lesson. Thieves

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    2. Now we can rest from his loud lifestyle, I did suspect he was a thief and living off the sweat of another, may this serve as a lesson to other criminals.

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    3. Illiterate scamming intellectuals

      Their Baba failed this time

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  2. Choi๐Ÿ™†๐Ÿ™† hope others on same line will change for better! See where he ended up now

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    1. They wouldn’t learn till are used as addictional scape goats!
      Hey boo boo Paris๐Ÿ˜˜❤️

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    2. Lobatan! No going back

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    3. See police wey know their job abeg. Dubai can we do police exchange? Our police has turned kidnappers.

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    4. Kidnappers ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

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  3. Their orange designer uniform is ready....And Aunty Kemkem said hush mentioned one linda,Dino and Bukola.
    So many politicians involved.

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    1. Wow!๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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    2. ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

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  4. Wow! Legal hustle pays mehnnn!.

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    1. US will ruin his stupid life with jail sentence. He's looking at at least 30 years without possibility of parole. Whoever has N250,000.00 in his/her name now is better than the lousy fool.

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  5. These guys GREED comes in all shades of colour(rainbow colour) ...

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  6. It's never pay to commit crime

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    1. Dannyboboh, it pays to write good English ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿคท๐Ÿพ‍♀️.

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    2. Correct him instead of this rubbish you put there.

      Danny, please remove the s from it and aff it to pay and you are good to go.

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  7. Na So. Hopefully others will learn, that no evil last forever

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  8. This is the case of monkey will go market and he no go return.
    do I pity them??? Hell no

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    1. Exactly, hell no.
      My heart fell when I read that they will pass through Nigeria enroute USA because, like they said, there was no treaty between USA and UAE.
      So happy they are finally home๐Ÿ™‚

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    2. Hell Naw( in Nasty C voice)

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  9. Okuurr, in Kimmy's voice.
    I pray worst happens to all the other wicked scammers/criminals, locally or internationally, Amen!!
    2020,year of Karma, le go!!

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  10. All greed and a bid to impress followers. Fraud is bad.

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    1. Exactly! Imagine showing off ill gain living and making people who work hard for a living look like crap! Oh the judge in the states is not going to be kind! Servers all of this criminals right!

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  11. Everybody is to blame, I blame the criminals for their greed and love for ostentatious fake life. I blame ppl for urging them on, always 'tapping' from their so called Grace. I blame the economy for pushing our youths to seek any ways just to make it. I blame the politicians for their wickedness and lust for power and wealth,imagine the amount carried off abroad by our leaders, if the money was invested here, would ppl be seeking so many dubious ways to make ends meet. I also blame those that knows the truth but choose to be silent bcos they feel they would be misunderstood. I also blame those not careful enough to know when they are being duped, there's always a loophole when ignore when one is about to be duped. We all have a part to play, let's all play it. ***Ignore my typos

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    1. Easy on the blame on the victims. A successful crime is not always a result of negligence.

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    2. Stop blaming everyone. You even blame their victims? Don't you know these scammers hack the accounts information of some of their victims and impersonate them? Or do you think it's all their victims that have business transactions to do with these scammers? They steal some people's identities and disguise as them so as to defraud them. Scammers transacting business with their victims is somehow old school, what they mostly do now is to hack into people's information or account detail. May we not fall victims to them. May God continue to expose everyone of them

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  12. Smh many Nigerian personality may go down with him cause these guys will be dam game to reveal lot of chains

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    1. He will surely sing like a bird

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    2. Even the white guys do fraud too but dem no carry all their money buy Gucci and flaunt it most of dem na okirika dem Dey wear

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  13. I hope they are brought to Washington State. My friend, works in the Jail. If they do, I will ask her to go see his face. Even ask him if, it was worth it. I don’t feel no pity for them thieves.

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    1. Shut up. see his face for what. He is a terrible person. but your comment makes no sense

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    2. STFU Anonymous 09:02 ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿคซ.
      Your friend works there and will not follow work ethics? Ure ignorant, yen yen yen ๐Ÿ˜.

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    3. He will be a ward of the Fed. Govt.

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    4. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚@go see his face

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    5. I don’t know why you are pained this morning. Yes, l will tell my friend, to go see what he looks like in Prison uniform. What is wrong with that. After all, we only used to see him in designer wears.
      When you work in a place, you are bound to see most of the people in there. What has work ethics, got to do with looking at a Prisoner face?
      Like people don’t look at mug shots. It will even be on the prison website.most jails already have all that online. The real names, pictures and crimes.

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    6. Haba, 0902. Why tell the anon, to shut up.
      Better still, you should have used your id. There’s nothing ignorant there. People have work ethics. Not follow work ethics. I thought you follow policy at work.

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    7. Anon, Gucci already sent him a designer orange suit. Tell your friend to take pictures for our eyes only.

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  14. Awon gang Gucci Fendi Lv," I am the only successful person in my family" ... From okrica seller to billionaire Gucci wearer... I started my biz with #200 naira.. As if no be work others dey do... WO WO WOBI "you are doing well" .. Na struggle you dey struggle, you no kill person

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    1. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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    2. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ I started in Ajegunle, now I live in banana island, all na story until they are caught.

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  15. They are wanted criminals na. It's Hushpuppis own that pains me. You were not legit, but you were flaunting it online. I'm happy they were caught. Ah ah, he duped almost 2million people, that's just wickedness abeg. They should pay for their crimes.

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    1. He still has his staunch supporters.

      He has on his Instagram profile real estate developer and not one photo posted of one project. They deserve what they get because they helped nobody when the going was good. Not one family taken out of the slum, not one child whose school fee was paid for, not one well built for a poor community, not one hospital upgraded. If these scanners were being Robin Hood with the money they could be forgiven. For all that was stolen out of Africa even their ancestors they never thought to use the money to help raise up somebody who is on their face. They on their own. See Deizani and Kola and all them, only drinking champagne and hob nobbing with the global elite, not one vocational school, scholarship fund, NGO, not a damn thing done for the advancement of the less fortunate. If they had done good, prayers from those they helped would be going up for them, the rich they were drinking and gallivanting with don't even pray for themselves much more them. They on their own.

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    2. He was also mocking those doing legit business,I don't pity him at all

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    3. Anon it's yahoo boys like them that will support them, they are their mentors, what do you expect. Flaunting fraud like it's now a legit business. May they all be caught

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  16. See what Nigeria couldn't do to be congratulated. Shior! Kwaruption won't let things be done right here.

    It's game over for him. Lazy men!

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  17. Nice one,more to follow,this is how they have been denting the image of genuine,honest Nigerians,just the other day I was chatting with a clean white dude online,the moment he asked me where I am from,I said Nigeria,that's how the chat seized☹️☹️

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    1. So funny but very true ๐Ÿ˜€

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    2. Absolutely true that was how one white friend visited me here in Nigeria ! She goes everywhere with me even when I think nt neccessary to go.
      Her Anthem was”I’m scared of the Nigerians My fam never wanted me to come over here “ wasabsurd thou but gladly She later said Nigerians are loving people before leaving, this has thought me I have to keep my being a Nigerian inside my shokoto “pocket” first whenever I’m doing businesses out here

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    3. Abeg abeg move on with someone else . Dont be pain. His lose

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  18. Ds here marks d end of freedom for them , till when ever. His show off was extra, without decorum. Well, do d time , Hush.

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  19. Na wah oo,I don't pity him at all.






    God Bless Everyone.

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  20. Wasted life. God help us to train our children to know what's right from what's wrong... Keep them safe from evil influence. Amen

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    1. This your prayer is needed, in every streets in Lagos, 90% of Youths and teenagers are doing Yahoo, some parents keep praying and supporting their children to thrive in it.

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    2. It is very true. One of my drivers at the office told me that the phone he is using his son got it from his maga. most of these parents know what they children are into

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  21. Do legit they won't hear.

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  22. Before nko! They are criminals. The only painful thing is that they are Nigerians.

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  23. He deserves it, flaunting his wealth anyhow when he knows is not from a legal source.

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  24. By the time he will be out of jail, all the designers he patronised must have designed new and more flamboyant designs. If only he used a token from those show offs to elevate one or two lives...

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  25. FBI case evidence is always overwhelming..he gonna do plea bargaining to mention names just like the other guy caught by FBI..who later plead guilty lately Mentioning names prevent further fraud than solution..also save money for searching for suspect. If EFCC adopts this method..it wil get rid of yahoo in nija. Emoney and other social media tensioner..you are been watched via 3D. How dare you... have ill gotten wealth..yet tension legit struggling guys. If person talk..na hate.. If you think 1m is easy to earn legitimately after paying your bills and taxes...I laugh..talk of multi millions

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  26. Dem think say Abolo wey cashout comot the gram no get sense

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  27. My annoyance in all this, you ain't into a legit business, but na you disturb people pass.

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  28. By the time he would be released, he would be 80 and then cars will be flying object, phones would be micro-chips in human body, and all his present stolen cars would be antiques!

    His grand kids would ask him, "...but grandpa, why did you do it?"

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  29. I doubt he will be gone for long. Maybe 7-10yrs at most. And this is because he will snitch on everyone involved to get a reduced sentence. He will share every detail about his operation(s) and mention everyone’s role down to the person behind the desk in the bank. Fraudsters care about themselves and will do anything to save themselves!

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