Famous and highly decorated Deputy Commissioner of Police Abba Kyari has reacted to reports making the rounds that socialite, Abbas Ramon, also known as Hushpuppi, contacted him to arrest and jail one of his accomplices, Kelly Chibuzo Vincent.
Kyari confirmed that Hushpuppi called his office about two years ago to complain about how someone threatened to kill his family in Nigeria, adding that he sent the Person’s Phone number and pleaded that the police should take action.
According to Kyari, the Suspect was traced and arrested but later discovered after investigations that Vincent was not a threat to anyone’s life. He added that the Suspect and Hushpuppi were long time friends before they disagreed on money matters.
Meanwhile, he stated that the police released the Suspect on bail without taking him to jail, contrary to reports making the rounds. Kyari said he did not demand any money from Hushpuppi.
On the alleged 300,000 naira bribes, the Deputy Commissioner of Police stated that Hushpuppi saw some of his native clothes and caps on the social media page and expressed interest in buying the same clothes.
“He saw some of my Native Clothes and Caps on my social media page, and he said he likes them, and he was connected to the person selling the clothes, and he sent about N300k directly to the person’s account. The Native Clothes and Caps (5 sets) were brought to our office, and He sent somebody to Collect them in our office.”
He added that his hands are clean with excellent records for over two decades of serving Nigeria as a Police officer.
You will recall that Hushpuppi had revealed that he contacted Abba Kyari to arrest and jail one of his accomplices, Vincent.
Hushpuppi allegedly contacted Kyari to have vincent arrested and jailed in Nigeria. Meanwhile, Kyari reportedly sent photographs of Vincent to Hushpuppi after his arrest.
Hushpuppi had admitted money laundering in School Financing scams and additional cyber and business email compromise schemes. EveryEvery.ng gathered that six people were indicted in an international conspiracy to defraud Qatar School founder and launder over $1 million in illicit proceeds.
A federal grand jury revealed that Hushpuppi was involved in an elaborate scheme to steal over 1 million dollars from a businessperson who attempted to finance the construction of a school for children in Qatar.