Hushpuppi reportedly arrested in Dubai on fraud allegations

Hushpuppi reportedly arrested in Dubai on fraud allegations

- Reports circulating the internet claims Nigerian big boy, Ray Hushpuppi, has been arrested

- According to a post shared to Snapchat, he was arrested alongside others in Dubai by Interpol

- The big money spender was allegedly arrested alongside Mr Woodbery and several others

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Judging by reports going round the internet, all may not be well for Nigerian big boy, Ray Hushpuppi as he was recently arrested.

According to the gist which is yet to be confirmed, the big money spender was recently arrested in Dubai, alongside one Mr Woodbery and several others, by Interpol and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in Dubai.

According to a video that has begun circulating social media, the Nigerian big boys were allegedly surrounded by the International police and FBI on the grounds of being fraud suspects.

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The reports claim they were arrested around 2pm, Dubai time.

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Below is a video of the arrest:

Only last year, Nigerian big boy based in Dubai, Ismaila Mustapha, popularly known as Mompha, was arrested by Interpol on a $5 million (N1.8 billion) scam he pulled.

The news had surfaced after controversial Nigerian Kemi Olunloyo shared it on her Instagram page. Olunloyo claimed that Mompha was arrested in Abuja after he fled Dubai. Olunloyo also alleged that the arrest happened three days ago. According to Olunloyo, she would provide more news about the arrest after further investigations have been done.

Meanwhile, about twenty-four individuals including thirteen Nigerians have been arrested by federal agents for their involvement in a $30 million fraud and money laundering operation in the United States.

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The US department of justice in a statement said the suspects duped many victims who are US citizens through romance fraud scams, business email compromise schemes, and retirement account scams, among other frauds.

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