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Africa's Billionaire Fraudster aka "Hushpuppi" to be sentenced on Valentine’s day

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The US has outlined other charges against the Dubai based alleged internet fraudster , Ramoni Abas aka Hushpuppi.It seems how things are moving Hushpuppy might not be getting out of his travails easily as an alleged new evidence has been submitted against him.

Recall that he was arrested months ago in Dubai for allegedly defrauding over 1.9 million people to the tune of over 168 billion naira and was shipped to the US, for further prosecution.

However, the alleged latest evidence shows an email registered to him sign up on a website “whizzlog” which is known as a market place for buying US bank logs and money laundering.

According to an alleged statement by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) , Hushpuppi used his personal email to register on the site just like he used his personal email address for other criminal activities and schemes.Ramon Abbas, popularly known as Hushpuppy, has been scheduled for sentencing on February 14, 2022.

Abbas would be sentenced over his alleged involvement in internet fraud, money laundering, among others.

This is coming nearly two years after his arrest and detention in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates and Los Angeles in the United States.

Court documents unsealed last July indicated that Hushpuppi could face up to 20 years in prison, a 3-year period of supervised release; and will need to pay full restitution to the victims.

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