“Nigeria Police Commissioner, Abba Kyari Helped Me To Scam His Victim $1.1 Million” – Hushpuppi Snitches

Ramon Abbas better known as Hushpuppi the well-known Nigerian scammer has exposed a Nigerian Deputy Police Commissioner, Abba Kyari, for assisting him in defrauding his victim of $1.1 million.

This came up when Hushpuppi was arrested in his hotel room months ago after being deported to the United States from the United Arab Emirates.

After he pleaded guilty to the charges leveled against him, the Federal Authority released some evidence, and his sentence was reduced to up to 20 years.

Hushpuppi is said to have once enlisted the help of Abba Kyari, the Deputy Commissioner of Police, to apprehend a competitor for rattling him to his victim.

Read the reports below…

“Court documents outline a dispute among members of the conspiracy, which allegedly prompted Vincent to contact the victim and claim that Abbas and Juma were engaged in fraud. After this contact, Abbas allegedly arranged to have Vincent jailed in Nigeria by Abba Alhaji Kyari, 46, of Nigeria.

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“According to the affidavit, Kyari is a highly decorated deputy commissioner of the Nigeria Police Force who is alleged to have arranged for Vincent to be arrested and jailed at Abbas’ behest, and then sent Abbas photographs of Vincent after his arrest

Kyari also allegedly sent Abbas bank account details for an account into which Abbas could deposit payment for Vincent’s arrest and imprisonment,” U.S. Justice Department said in a statement.

Hushpuppi exposes Police Commissioner, Abba Kyari over-involvement in $1.1 million deal

After successfully having his competitor locked up by Kyari and defrauding his victim to the tune of $1.1 million, Hushpuppi made payment to the Police Commissioner for the job well done.

“Approximately $230,000 of the stolen funds allegedly were used to purchase a Richard Mille RM11-03 watch, which was hand-delivered to Abbas in Dubai and subsequently appeared in Hushpuppi’s social media posts.

“Other illicit proceeds from the scheme were allegedly converted into cashier’s checks, including $50,000 in checks that were used by Abbas and a co-conspirator to fraudulently acquire a St. Christopher and Nevis citizenship, as well as a passport for Abbas obtained by creating a false marriage certificate and then bribing a government official in St. Kitts