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Police Report: Abba Kyari’s Brother Received N279m From Hushpuppi, Others

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A police report has given details of how members of a syndicate led by suspected Nigerian fraudster Ramon Abass popularly known as Hushpuppi, paid N235. 120million to the younger brother of suspended Deputy Commissioner of Police and Head of Intelligence Response Team of the Nigeria Police Force,  Abba Kyari.

The Investigations also revealed that Kyari sent N44m in different transactions to his brother who was acting as a proxy.

The police officer who is currently in the custody of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), was suspended by the police last July for his alleged links to Hushpuppi following an indictment by the US Department of Justice after an FBI investigation.

In the report submitted to the Attorney-General of the Federation, it was revealed that a total of N279.120m was sent to Kyari’s younger brother’s bank account at various times from the cyber scam syndicate members -Efe Martins (lead coordinator), Sikiru Adekoya, Usman Ibrahim, and Hussaini Ala.

Sikiru Adekoya has many times received money from Hushpuppi and Efe and has equally transferred money to Usman Ibrahim.

Adekoya after initial denial of having any financial transaction with both Hushpuppi and Efe Martins eventually admitted receiving various sums of money through transfers into his Bank.

The Report read:

‘’However, he could not offer reasonable explanations of what the sums were meant for and what he did with the monies. The network of Hushpuppi Internet fraud syndicate consists of Efe Martins as the lead coordinator who through his company, Efe Martins Integrated Concept Ltd., has at various times transferred different sums of money to Sikiru Adekoya, Usman Waziri Ibrahim, Hussaini Ala.

“A junior brother to DCP Kyari is a major beneficiary of funds from the Zenith Bank account of Hussaini Ala from where he at different times received various sums totaling N218, 120, 000. He also received the sum of N44m in multiple transactions from DCP Abba Kyari.’’

An investigation into Kyari’s links to criminal gangs and alleged involvement in money laundering as directed by the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN), has also been intensified.

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