skipthegames muscle shoals al msog daty durham escorts backpage escorts slidell
Access Banner

Fidelity Banner Advert

FBI Reveals How Hushpuppi Hosted DCP Kyari In Dubai


FBI Reveals How Hushpuppi Hosted DCP Kyari In DubaiFederal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has revealed how Hushpuppi, the embattled Nigerian socialite, hosted Abba Kyari, a deputy commissioner of police (DCP), at his residence in Dubai.

Hushpuppi earlier alleged that he bribed Kyari to arrest and jail one of his rivals in Nigeria after a dispute over a $1.1 million scam on Qatari businessperson.

Read Also: Hushpuppi Allegedly Bribed Celebrated Cop, DCP Abba Kyari To Jail Rival Fraudster In Nigeria, Court Document Shows

The top detective, however, denied the allegation, claiming that his “hands are clean”, alleging that he only offered to help Hushpuppi after the socialite raised an alarm that Vincent Kelly Chibuzo, his co-fraudster, allegedly threatened his family in Nigeria.

The DCP added that the international fraudster saw some of clothes on his social media page and he expressed interest in shopping for them.

Kyari explained that he then connected the seller of the clothes with Hushpuppi and he N300,000 directly to the person’s account for native attires and five caps.

Read Also: ‘I Only Connected Him To Person Selling Native Clothes, Caps’ – DCP Abba Kyari Denies Receiving Bribe From Hushpuppi To Jail Rival Fraudster

However, an investigation by Andrew John Innocenti, a special agent with the FBI, revealed the pair had a long-standing relationship.

According to the report, admitted as evidence at the US district court in California, the DCP first met Hushpuppi in 2018 when he visited him in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), who lived at Palazzo Versace in the Emirati commercial capital before his arrest. 

The document also revealed that during the visit, Hushpuppi sent a car and his driver to pick up Kyari.

It added that their meeting led to several interactions including the arrest of Chibuzo.

Based on messages I reviewed, Abbas appears to have first interacted with Kyari in September 2019, when Kyari traveled to the UAE,” the report seen by MDB.

The investigator stated;

The conversation indicated that Abbas sent a car and driver to drive Kyari during that trip. Soon thereafter, Kyari sent Abbas a video slideshow which showed some personal photographs of Kyari, some of which appeared to have been taken in the UAE.

Later in September, after Kyari sent Abbas an article that discussed him arresting alleged kidnappers, Abbas wrote, in part, to Kyari, ‘Am really happy to be ur boy,’ and later, ‘I promise to be a good boy to u sir.

The investigation also revealed that Hushpuppi and Kyari discussed payment for the arrest of Chibuzo.

Read Also: Court Document Shows How FBI Identified DCP Abba Kyari In Hushpuppi’s Money Laundering Scheme

It added;

Abbas further told Kyari that he wanted to pay money to send Chibuzo to jail for a long time, stating ‘Please sir I want to spend money to send this boy to jail, let him go for a very long time.

Kyari responded, ‘Ok bro I understand I will discuss with my team who arrested him . . . And handling the case We will do something about it.’

Abbas responded, ‘let me know how I can send money to the team sir let them deal with him like an armed robber.

The document also quoted Kyari as replying to Hushpuppi: “OK I will send their account details to you.”

The investigation said;

Approximately six minutes later, Kyari provided the account information for a bank account at a Nigerian bank, Zenith Bank, in the name of a person other than KYARI himself.

Read Also: Just In: US Court Reportedly Orders FBI To Arrest DCP Abba Kyari Over Role In Hushpuppi’s $1.1m Fraud

It added that Hushpuppi would later respond “Ok sir, tomorrow by noon” — indicating that he would make the payment to Kyari’s team by the next day.

Hushpuppi was arrested in the UAE in June 2020 alongside 11 of his associates over allegations bordering on hacking, impersonation, scamming, banking fraud, and identity theft.

Read Also: Dubai Police Release Short Film ‘FoxHunt2’ On How Hushpuppi, Woodberry, Others Were Tailed And Arrested For Online Fraud (Video)

The embattled Instagram celebrity had recently pleaded guilty to the money laundering charges against him, risking 20 years imprisonment.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.