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It has been reported that Ruggedman took to his social media page to share a new video today where he disclosed that he regrets saying that he was happy was arrested during an interview. He also wished well as he appears in court for his bail hearing today.

 

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According to Ruggedman, he commented on the fraudulent acts the rapper endorsed as a senior colleague to a younger colleague because he knew authorities won’t be happy with it. Ruggedman further disclosed that everyone has made their own mistakes, and if he knew it was going to get this bad he wouldn’t have said anything.

Ruggedman who further disclosed that he regrets saying that he was happy Naira Marley was arrested, added that all Naira Marley needs now is positive energy, a good lawyer and his family around him. Watch his video below;

 

 

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It would be recalled that a few weeks ago, Ruggedman revealed in an interview that he was happy that Naira Marley was arrested. According to him, the singer played himself by promoting what everyone has been campaigning against. Ruggedman who noted that an EFCC battle is not what one pulls away from easily said Naira Marley got a dose of a reality check. Ruggedman further stated that the arrest will tell another cybercrime activist that the authorities are watching.

 

The EFCC explained why it arrested Naira Marley, real name Afeez Fashola and also confirmed the arrest of Omoniyi Temidayo Raphael aka . The veteran singer revealed that he has been accused of reporting Naira Marley to the anti-graft agency, but added that he has no such powers.

 

 

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Naira Marley was arrested by the EFCC, two weeks ago over his campaign in support of fraudsters also known as Boys. Ruggedman had earlier clashed with the singer on social media over his opinion on Boys. Ruggedman had advised him not to mislead Nigerian youths.

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Ruggedman said he was expecting to see the singer’s supporters at the EFCC bearing placards in protest but he never saw any. The musician wondered why Naira Marley should be promoting what everyone had been campaigning against.

 

Ruggedman said,

 

“I wake up this morning to see say EFCC don carry am. I don dey wait since make all those his people wey dey hala I think say dem for don go EFCC office go protest but well I see dem na… make we dey wait”.

 

 

 

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“Well, at the end of the day, my advice to everyone on social media, all the gansters and gangsteresses, you should know that when they push you on socia media, there’s real lfe”.

 

 

“When you cross social media fake life with reality, there’ll be problems and that’s what happened to him [Naira Marley]. Reality pulled him out from social media to explain his slavery issue”.

 

 

“Some people are saying that I told EFCC to arrest him. I don’t have such power”.

 

“My fear was when he came out to say such things, and I said ‘do not mislead the youths”.

 

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“A lot of people see all the Benz life and they want to live. But now they know the EFCC and the police are watching. And at the end of the day someone says Ruggedman snitched on me”.

 

 

 

 

Source: Daily Advent

 

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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Hushpuppi: What has happened to him in America so far

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A suspected Nigerian fraudster, Ramon Abbas, popularly known as Hushpuppi, is spending his fifth day at the Metropolitan Correction Centre in Chicago.

Mr Abbas, 37, who was resident in Dubai, was known for living an extravagant lifestyle and flaunting it on social media.

He was arrested recently in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and extradited to the U.S on July 3.

He made his first appearance in a U.S court, Friday morning, in Chicago, according to a press release from the U.S Department of Justice.

Below is a diary of what has transpired in court so far as obtained by PREMIUM TIMES

03/07/20: Hushpuppi had his initial court appearance and removal proceedings before Honourable Judge Jeffrey T. Gilbert.
He appeared in response to his arrest and deportation from Dubai, the United Arab Emirates on July 2. By agreement and consent of all the parties and pursuant to the CARES Act, all parties appear by telephone conference.

During the proceeding, Hushpuppi was informed of his rights, the nature of the charges and the maximum penalties. Santino Coleman of the Federal Defender Panel was assigned as counsel for him for these initial appearance and removal proceedings. Hushpuppi waived an identity hearing.

The Court finds that Hushpuppi is the person named in the arrest warrant issued in the Central District of California. The defendant was informed of his rights under Rule 20 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. The Government orally moved for removal in custody based on 18 U.S.C. § 3142(f) (2)(A).

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In accordance with 18 U.S.C. § 3142(f)(2)(A), a continued removal and detention hearing was set for July 8 at 11:00 a.m. via telephone conference. The court’s call-in number and access code were provided.

03/07/2020: RULE 5(c)(3) Affidavit in Removal Proceedings concerning Hushpuppi was signed by Judge Honorable Jeffrey T. Gilbert.

03/07/2020: As provided by 18 U.S.C. § 3142(f), the defendant (Hushpuppi) was remanded to the custody of the U.S. Marshal. It was ordered that the defendant shall remain confined in the Metropolitan Correction Centre or an alternative facility designated by the U.S. Marshal, but held separate, to the extent practicable, from persons awaiting or serving sentences or being held in custody pending appeal. It was further ordered that the defendant shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity for private consultation with his counsel while in custody. The court requested that during this time, Hushpuppi be given access to a telephone to speak with his lawyer and family in Chicago to prepare for the hearing.

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06/07/2020: Attorney appearance for the defendant was filed by Gal Pissetzky of the Pissetzky & Berliner law firm based in Chicago.

07/07/2020: At Hushpuppi”s request, and without objection from the U.S. Government, the continued telephonic removal proceeding set for July 8 was suspended and rescheduled for July 13.

Hushpuppi remained detained at the Metropolitan Correction Centre in Chicago.

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Authorities say he would be transferred to Los Angeles in the coming days.

An affidavit, alongside a criminal complaint filed in court by the U.S. authorities alleges that Mr Abbas and others used the internet to steal millions of dollars from people and companies.

The American government said Mr Abbas funded his extravagant lifestyle with stolen money.

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“I pray to have a son like Hushpuppi” Nigerian lady says as she showers praises on Hushpuppi

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A Nigerian lady has gone viral on Facebook after she shared photos of Hushpuppi and showered praises on him.

 

The comedian named Ada Jesus, shared photos of Raymond Olorunwa Abbas, better known as Hushpuppi, who was arrested in Dubai for alleged fraud and extradited to the US where he is currently being held at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, Chicago.

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She captioned the photos: “I pray to have a son like u, and in my next life u will my husband. Wisdom man, may God be with u brother.. Nobody holy pass.”

 

"I pray to have a son like Hushpuppi" Nigerian lady says as she showers praises on Hushpuppi

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