“Hushpuppi And Woodberry Tried To Hack Into Winners Chapel, Salvation Ministry, and RCCG Church Accounts” – Kemi Olunloyo

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Ramon Olorunwa Abbas( Hushpuppi), was accused of conspiring to launder ‘hundreds of millions of dollars’on July 3 . According to an FBI affidavit,Abbas and others had committed a BEC scheme that defrauded a client of a New York-based law firm out of approximately $922,857 in October 2019. 

He was arrested in June 2020 in Dubai and later sent to the States for trial.

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Woodberry is a Nigerian socialite and businessman based in Dubai best known for his lavish style. Mr. Woodnberry was reportedly arrested in Dubai by FBI and Interpol over allegations of $USD35 million fraud.

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CELEBRITY-PROFILE recalled that Ramon Abass known popularly as Hushpuppi and his counterpart Woodberry have been in the grips of the police since 2020.

Kemi Olunloyo, A US-trained investigative journalist has given an update concerning the case of Hushpuppi and Woodberry.

Taking to her Instagram page, Kemi said that Hushpuppi and Woodberry tried to hack into some church accounts but failed.

The church are by name: Winners Chapel, Salvation Ministry, and RCCG

she wrote;

“EXCLUSIVE: Hushpuppi and Woodberry and church money. Both alleged fraudsters FAILED ATTEMPTS to hack into Nigerian church accounts according to an @fbi source who told me they feared God “who brought them to where they were successful”. They allegedly targeted businesses, individuals, and more”



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