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Dubai Police releases Video of how HushPuppi was arrested

AfiaPokuaVimLady 06/25/2020

Security officers in the emirate arrested Mr Abbas and 12 others for online fraud that targets companies and individuals earlier this month.

Olalekan Jacob Ponle, known as Woodberry, was also arrested along with ten other men in a operation involving six police SWAT teams.

It is believed that prosecutors have charged the 38-year-old, whose real name is Ramoni Abbas, with "obtaining money from others through fraudulent means."

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Ray Hushpuppi (born Igbalodely on June 14) also called “Aja Puppi” a.k.a Aja 4, is a Malaysian-base-Nigerian philanthropist. Hushpuppi is best known for his luxurious lifestyle he lives both home and abroad. The young man has taste for good things as he is highly fashionable.

One report said the arrest was in connection with a scam over ventilators. 

In the video shared by the police, officers explained how they arrested Nigerian gang leader Raymond Abbas, known as Hushpuppi.

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Hushpuppi's principal scam was to create websites that looked identical to well-known companies and banks, it is alleged.

Dubbed “Fox Hunt 2”, the operation revealed a hidden online fraud network that was committing crimes outside the UAE, including money-laundering, cyber fraud, hacking, criminal impersonating, scamming individuals, banking fraud and identity theft.

“In an Operation dubbed #foxhunt2 , Dubai Police have arrested Hushpuppi, Olalekan Jacob Ponle aka "Woodberry", along with ten members of an African gang, specialised in money laundry, and online fraud.

HE Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, said the operation is another achievement added to the proud record of Dubai police in ensuring the emirate's security, safety, as well as preserving people's money and property. Similar to operation 'Fox Hunt 1' that took down an African gang of nine online scammers last February, 'Fox Hunt 2' is another painful hit to cybercriminals who try to mess with the world's security and safety,"

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