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Hushpuppi Fingers Nigeria Police Commissioner, Abba Kyari In $1.1m Scam

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Nigerian fraudster and socialite Ramon Abass, popularly known as Hushpuppi, has alleged that he bribed Nigeria’s celebrated police Abba Kyari, a deputy commissioner of police (DCP), to arrest a co-fraudster in a whopping $1.1m deal, US court documents reveal.

This is coming days after Hushpuppi, who is facing charges of money laundering in the US, pleaded guilty in court.

According to a statement by the US department of justice seen by Vanguard, Hushpuppi asked Kyari to jail Kelly Chibuzor Vincent, his colleague, after both were locked in a dispute over how to share the $1.1 million loot received from the Qatari businessperson.

In the filings by the officials, Vincent was said to have contacted the victim and informed him that he was being scammed by Hushpuppi’s syndicate.

As stated in the documents, this enraged Hushpuppi who was said to have contacted Kyari to arrest and jail him.

Hushpuppi was also quoted as saying that Kyari allegedly sent photos of Vincent in jail and followed this up with a bank account number to which a wire transfer should be made for the successful arrest and detention of his co-fraudster.

“Court documents outline a dispute among members of the conspiracy, which allegedly prompted Vincent to contact the victim and claim that Abbas and Juma were engaged in fraud. After this contact, Abbas allegedly arranged to have Vincent jailed in Nigeria by Abba Alhaji Kyari, 46, of Nigeria.

“According to the affidavit, Kyari is a highly decorated deputy commissioner of the Nigeria Police Force who is alleged to have arranged for Vincent to be arrested and jailed at Abbas’ behest, and then sent Abbas photographs of Vincent after his arrest.

“Kyari also allegedly sent Abbas bank account details for an account into which Abbas could deposit payment for Vincent’s arrest and imprisonment,” a U.S. Justice Department statement read in part.

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Kennedy Agyapong Welcomes A New Baby With Afriyie Acquah’s Ex-Wife, Amanda

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The wife of former Black Star’s midfielder, Afriyie Acquah, Amanda has welcome a baby with Kennedy Agyapong aka KenPong.

The socialite give birth in her new base in Germany, where she settled after breaking up with the Blackstar’s player.

Amanda announced her delivery on Snapchat as she shared photos she took to flaunt her baby bump when she was pregnant.

In the same video, she also shared the latest photos of herself holding her newly born baby.

Amanda and Afriyie were married for a few years before they broke up under ignominious circumstances.

In an interview in 2017, Amanda had revealed that they had separated because Afiryie Acquah was not matured enough for marriage.

The separation came because I needed to give him time to grow and enjoy that life a bit. I can’t be fighting with girls every time. He needed that space to grow. He loves me wherever he is and I love him too,” she said.

Before her marriage to Acquah, Amanda had once been married to Kenpong whom she met as a 17-year-old girl.

After her breakup with Acquah, Amanda and Kenpong managed to patch whatever differences they had and have got back together leading to this new baby.

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Princess To Give Up Royal Title And £730,000 So She Can Marry University Sweetheart

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A princess is set to make a £730,000 payment to give up her royal status in order to marry her university classmate.

Japan’s Princess Mako, who is the granddaughter of then-Emperor Akihito, announced her engagement to college classmate, Kei Komuro, back in 2017 but the wedding has been delayed for years because of controversy over her fiancé.

Princess to give up royal title and ?730,000 so she can marry university sweetheart after her engagement to him caused controversy

The wedding was put off after reports of a financial dispute between Mr Komuro’s mother and her former fiancé.

It has now been reported that the government is set to agree that the princess foregoes the payment, worth up to 150 million yen, for royals giving up their status to marry commoners, according to Reuters.

Japanese public broadcaster NHK is reporting that the wedding date could be announced as early as next month.

Media have said the couple – who met while studying at the International Christian University in Tokyo – plan to live in the United States.

Under Japan’s males-only royal succession law, female members of the imperial family lose their status on marrying commoners.

Princess Mako of Akishino is one of Japan’s most popular and fashionable royals and has been likened to Kate Middleton.

In Japan, she is rarely out of the public eye, but for a year she disguised herself as a regular student at the University of Leicester.

Princess to give up royal title and ?730,000 so she can marry university sweetheart after her engagement to him caused controversy

Keen not to stick out, Princess Mako lived in halls of residence with other students while studying for a masters in Art Museum and Gallery Studies back in 2015.

The princess had previously studied at the University of Edinburgh on an exchange programme.

Her fiance, Mr Komuro is said to be an accomplished cook, skier and violinist and once worked as a “Prince of the Sea” to promote the beaches of Shonan in Kanagawa prefecture.

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We May Take Legal Action Against T’di Woman For Wasting Our Resources : Police

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The Ghana Police Service has betokened that it is likely to take legal action against the woman who faked her pregnancy and kidnapping in Takoradi, Josephine Mensah Panyin Simson.

The police might take this action because the woman led them (the entire security service) on a meaningless chase over a feigned abduction and pregnancy case, she wasted their resources.

Acting Director-General in charge of Public Affairs at the Ghana Police Service, ACP Kwesi Ofori made these statements in an interview on Accra based Citi FM.

However, said the woman’s prosecution might happen soon.

“We are looking at the development closely and there is a greater possibility that she might appear before the court because she manufactured all these things with a figment of her own imagination and put the police into business.

And we deployed a 40-member search team and even when we located her through public assistance, we took her to the hospital with policemen providing security and where she claimed to have attended antenatal clinics, it turned out to be false.

We went in for a second opinion and got a team of doctors to work on her.

The police also placed an Assistant Commissioner of Police who is a criminal phycologist at her disposal who travelled from Accra to Takoradi and our Head of Counselling Department also went to Takoradi to assess her and offer assistance.

So if you quantify all these things, it is a big investment, but the police will continue to offer good support to our people and offer assistance.”

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