Video shows Nigerian man daring EFCC, FBI while buying Rolls Royce before allegedly dying in Dubai police custody

Video shows Nigerian man daring EFCC, FBI while buying Rolls Royce before allegedly dying in Dubai police custody

- A Nigerian man reportedly died in Dubai police custody after he was detained

- Prince Obieze Nestor was said to have been detained and denied access to his lawyer and girlfriend

- Before the unfortunate incident, the man had dared the EFCC and FBI to arrest him

- In the viral video, Nestor inspected a Rolls Royce Phantom 8 2020 model he intended to buy and bring to Nigeria

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A video of Prince Obieze Nestor has emerged online in which he could be seen daring the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to arrest him while inspecting a Rolls Royce Phantom 8 2020 model.

In the video that was taken weeks before dying in Dubai police custody, the Nigerian man inspected the car and dared the EFCC and FBI to come for him. He said he would settle them if they did.

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The businessman said he would be bringing the car to Nigeria after buying it. His friend could also be seen in the video buying a Bentley car.

Video shows Nigerian man daring EFCC, FBI to arrest him while buying Rolls Royce Phantom 8 before dying in Dubai police custody
Prince Obieze Nestor died in Dubai police custody. Photo credit: Linda Ikeji's Blog
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Nestor was arrested by Dubai police after he posted a video on Instagram flaunting wads of dollars. He was said to have died in detention.

Reports have it that he was detained and denied access to his lawyer and girlfriend. He allegedly died during interrogation and his body has been deposited in the mortuary.

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In other news, Gal Pissetzky and Vicki Podberesky, the international lawyers representing suspected Nigerian fraudster, Ramon Abbas, popularly known as Ray Hushpuppi, have applied to withdraw from the young man's case.

The United States lawyers said they took the decision because the Nigerian national stopped communicating with them and has hired new legal practitioners to take over his case.

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Hushpuppi, who was based in Dubai before his arrest, is facing internet fraud charges and currently in detention in the United States.

Pissetzky and Podberesky reached the decision to withdraw from the case after months of negotiations with the US government.

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