Hushpuppi faces extradition from UAE to Nigeria

Hushpuppi faces extradition from UAE to Nigeria

- Raymond Igbalode a.k.a. Hushpuppi may be extradited to Nigeria by the International Police (INTERPOL) Nigeria

- The INTERPOL is already making plans to see it happen

- The agency says some of the alleged offences levelled against Hushpuppi were committed in Nigeria

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The International Police (INTERPOL) Nigeria is making plans to extradite Instagram celebrity Raymond Igbalode a.k.a. Hushpuppi from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Nigeria to face alleged multiple fraud charges.

The Nations reports that the INTERPOL is also on the trail of other accomplices in the alleged fraud who are resident in Nigeria to bring them to justice.

The disclosure was made by the commissioner of police INTERPOL, Garba Umar.

Hushpuppi faces extradition from UAE to Nigeria
Raymond Igbalode a.k.a. Hushpuppi. Photo credit: Hushpuppi/Instagram
Source: UGC

He said: “It is true that Hushpuppi was arrested by the INTERPOL. We are currently working on bringing him to Nigeria to face charges of fraud.

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“Some of the offences were committed here in Nigeria and he has to answer for them. He is not alone in it; there are accomplices in the country who we are currently on their trail."

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According to CNN, Chauvin, who knelt on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes till he died, could receive $1.5 million (N581,325,000) in pension benefits.

Meanwhile, previously reported that a 16-year-old Nigerian identified as Oyebola Ajayi-Bembe has bagged presidential scholarship into 20 notable universities in the United States.

The disclosure was made during a high school graduation ceremony held recently in New Jersey, Nigerian Tribune reports.

The teenager described her success as a product of hard work, dedication, focus and steadfastness.

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Oyebola was the only female in the selected category who took the second position after a Chinese.

She was offered admission on a scholarship basis into Teacher’s College of New Jersey, New Jersey Institute of Technology and Norwich University, Bloomfield College, St. Benedict College, MonteClaire State University, New Jersey City University and 13 other universities in the US.

The teenager said she would continue to exhibit the pursuit of excellence even in the university.

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