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Tuesday, July 07, 2020

Protesters Storm US Embassy And Demand Arrest Of Atiku And Dino Melaye After Hushpuppi's Arrest

Some Protesters on Monday took to the US Embassy, Abuja,to demand for an investigation into the link between ex-Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, Timi Frank and some Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftains with Raymond Abbas Igbalode, popularly known as Hushpuppi.





The group, under the aegis of Concerned Citizens Forum (CCF), seen in their numbers held placards calling for the arrest of Atiku, Melaye and other PDP members linked to the fraudster.


Some inscriptions from the placards read: “Say No to fraud, Interpol act now”, Interpol act and arrest Dino Melaye”, “Show me your friend and I will tell you who you are”, “FBI should investigate Atiku Abubakar,” amongst others.


They also submitted a letter to the US Ambassador and the Federal Bureau of Investigation calling for a thorough probe of Hushpuppi’s political allies in the PDP.


This is coming after the All Progressives Congress (APC) had alleged “criminal conspiracy linking the top PDP members to Hushpuppi.


The protesters submitted a letter signed by Comrade Adamu Kabir Matazu.


In the letter, Matazu called on the US to investigate the connection between PDP high profile Chieftains and Hushpuppi.


The group claimed that ex-Vice President, Atiku Abubakar’s frequent trips to Dubai prior to 2019 presidential elections may not be unconnected to Hushpuppi.

They asked the US to go after Atiku, Dino Melaye, Timi Frank and other PDP stalwarts who through their associations with Hushpuppi may have helped to launder the proceeds of crime.








54 comments:

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    1. Dino and atiku may not have anything to do with online fraud. Rich people like to associate themselves with other rich people. The day they will say Ned Nwoko is a ritualist, does it mean they should arrest all nollyWood actors? 😏

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    2. 🤣🤣🤣 Thank you Electronic City. Same thoughts crossed my mind.

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  2. So it’s the FBI and interpol that APC want to use as a weapon to play their political games?😫

    If truly they are linked with him in any shady deal or anything, am sure during the course of their investigation before apprehending him, they would have found out or if he is still undergoing investigations or interrogation it will be revealed, so wait till then or rather march like this when our politicians commit crime and the evidence is made public but no arrest is made, eg the ganduje dollar’s saga am just saying 😫

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  3. APC at work. Like they are any better.

    Sluttychic.

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    1. Don't mind them thieves wants to probe another members of thieves

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    2. Fulani herdsmen and BokoHaram has been killing their fellow Nigerians for years now, Not one day did they come out to protest and demand the apprehension and prosecution of the murderers, It's a job that the FBI and INTERPOL has done for our lazy and currupt ass that they are parading a show of shame over?? ndi Alaa!!

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  4. So because Interpol has don’t the work your EFCC was supposed to do, Una don get mouth to demand for the arrest of anyone who traveled frequently to Dubai or appeared in pictures with HushPuppy.
    What happened to your EFCC & Magun?
    Shouldn’t y’all be hiding your head in shame?
    Making meaningless demands.
    Typical, always waiting for someone to do their job for them.

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    1. Cheap protesters,paid to show up there. Majority of them don't even know what's up.

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    2. You're minding the bloody criminals and shameless lots??

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    3. Dont mind them..Them no well

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  5. Gosh this is embarrassing. We have the biggest frauds in Aso Rock, why are they not protesting for that one?

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    1. Imagine that... Scammers and fraudsters at the hem of affairs and no one would protest against that.
      Shameless lots.

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  6. I wonder why they could not protest for all the senseless killings in the north , all the pandemic donations to Federal Government that has entered voice mail and people are dying of hunger, the stagnant economy , the President we see once in a blue moon, the recent increase in petroleum products amid the pandemic and relieving people of their jobs because of paucity of funds. Now just because these people took pictures with Hushpippi, they should be arrested. These people are obviously given N500 each to come out and contact corona virus. They should all be arrested for shunning social distancing.

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    1. That's if they will give them the 500naira..We d followers no dey help matter

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    2. 1 million likes for this.

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  7. Misplaced priority! Fuel price was recently hiked and non of these dimwit deemed it fit to protest against the outrageous price increase. Na dis matter be their headache. We all know that these politicians only fight for their pockets and not these lots protesting.

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  8. This is called a brilliant strategy.

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    1. What is brilliant about the strategy when everyone is clearly seeing them for their daftness??

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    2. She could be one of them.

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  9. Stupid paid protesters, they didn't protest when fuel price was increased. This is what is bothering them.

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  10. They should continue embarrassing Nigeria o.
    No social/physical distancing sef.

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  11. Stupid set of people with misplaced priority. Where were they when their local politicians are busy stealing public funds and stashing it abroad? Did they speak up or ever tried to protest? I expected them to protest to every government house demanding accountability from their leaders instead of being used as political tools by people whose kids and family are somewhere enjoying the comfort of their loots. Nonsense!

    Seriously the country tire me. I wished there was a revolution spearhead by the youths but they seems not to care and instead take side with religion, tribe and mediocrity.

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  12. This is so hilarious 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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    1. And what's hilarious about this show of shame? Mtchewwwwwww

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  13. Mumu illiterates,can they even read what they are holding?

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    1. No they cannot. Not only are they ignorant of what is written on the placard they're all holding, They also do not know why they are matching down to the US embassy, you can bet your last naira on this.

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  14. APC una Weldone. See una handiwork. Shame to you all.

    No body made noise as fuel went back to 143.80. The sacrifice in this country is really strong.

    This country under bondage and underlock

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  15. I'm so disappointed in this. Very irrelevant protest. At least the US you can be sure will not cover anyone should they find out that others are involved in this Hushpipi saga. Why not wait.

    So Atiku, or Timi or Dogara who I care less about should be investigated because they took a pix?
    They took a pix that makes them friends?

    Haba! We can do better than this. And is the APC not worse in rigging elections?/

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  16. Mtchew... Bunch of losers

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  17. APC strategy.
    Hushpuppi is a National embarrassment not what is being potrayed by these ignoramus, please.

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  18. Nigeria we hail thee. Even Magu the EFCC hunter is been hunted.

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  19. It is well with Nigeria and Nigerians

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  20. This is annoying and funny at the same time.

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  21. So APC Leaders want to teach INTERPOL and FBI their job?
    APC, EFCC, and every oda persons concerned shame on youuuuuuu allllllll

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  22. Nigeria is a perfect example of let your prayers be specific! In 2015, Nigerians all over were chanting, "We want change. We want change".

    Well...change can be for the worse (negative), or it can be for the better (positive). You certainly got your change, it just wasn't what most of you wanted!

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  23. APC can go any length to play politics. How much were this nuisance paid to die of coronavirus in the name of protest? SMH

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  24. Please let me lol
    PAID PROTESTERS
    Shameful 😣😣😣😣

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  25. A typical example of people casting stones on those that as they say "sin differently" only in the case its same sin, same sinners but a different camp.

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  26. Foolish set of protesters .mtcheeeeew

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  27. I sincerely wish that Interpol and FBI could really investigate most of these politicians, whether they are in PDP or APC.

    I just want Justice!
    I am APOLITICAL!
    I am all for good Governance!

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  28. Rubbish 🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

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  29. These people were hired they don't know what they are protesting for,one of them was asked about their mission and she proudly said " the govornant should stop the killing of puppies so as to allow them mature into big dogs.

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  30. Metchweeee jobless people pay by APC.

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  31. Who’s family members are these? Losers

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  32. When Idris sang Nigeria jaga Jaga, he didn't make any mistake. Disgusting. How do the people that sponsor all this stupid protests and the protesters sleep at night

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