- Photographer, Ogidika Kelvin, has regained his freedom from police custody
- The young man was nabbed alongside alleged internet fraudsters Hushpuppi and Woodberry in Dubai
- Kelvin shared the first post on his Instagram and Twitter pages 22 weeks after he was arrested
- Some friends were seen in the comment section congratulating the young man
A Nigerian photographer identified as Ogidika Kelvin has rejoined the society after he was nabbed alongside alleged internet fraudsters Hushpuppi and Woodberry at a hotel in Dubai.
The young man regained his freedom after he was taken into police custody during the ‘Fox Hunt 2’ raid that saw Dubai police officers nab suspected fraudsters after months of monitoring their activities.
An excited Kelvin took to his Instagram and Twitter pages to share the news that he has regained his freedom.
"Thank God, Thank you, Appreciate. They tried but they couldn’t."
Kelvin also posted a personal photo of himself.
Check out the post below:
Shortly after sharing the news, friends were seen in the comment section expressing their relief over his freedom.
Read what some of them had to say below:
"God still remains the greatest."
"Everything Is Ok!!."
"My broooo Backkkkk."
"Nobody’s perfect, our life ain’t perfect too,But meanwhile .... Everything is Okay."
"Everything is ok welcome back dearie."
"I dreamt about you last night my bro !!!!!!!!! Seeing this Is crazy Bro!"
"Everything is okay bro ..really miss you."
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Kelvin’s release has also raised speculations that Hushpuppi and Woodberry may be getting bail soon.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Hushpuppi has months to worry over what his fate will be.
The alleged fraudster's trial in the United States was suspended till May 4, 2021, which is about six months away. He was arrested in Dubai and extradited to the United States.
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