Former Big Brother housemate, Leo Babarinde Dasilva popularly known as Leo Dasilva has reacted after it was published that Hushpuppi was linked to North Korean bank hackers and money launderers.
Kemi Filani recalls that the Instagram influencer Ramon Abbas aka Hushpuppi, has been linked in a conspiracy to launder funds for North Korean Hackers.
Reacting to the news, the 2018 Big Brother Naija Housemate stated that he’d be with grandkids before Hushpuppi would be getting out if the allegations levelled against him by the FBI where true.
“It’s hilarious how you will be laundering money for North Koreans and still be living lavishly for the gram. I now see why they did all they can to get him from Dubai. If those charges stick, I will be with grandkids before he gets out.”- He tweeted
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Governor of Ogu state, Dapo Abiodun, said the Sarkin Fulani in Yewa North community of the state is more fluent in the Yoruba language than he; hence herders are not criminals.
Dapo said this during a brief with newsmen at the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Friday.
The Governor was reported to be at the Presidential Villa to tender reports to President Muhammadu Buhari on the state's recent herders and farmers crisis.
In his statement, Abiodun confirms that the killings ravaging the state are not perpetrated by herdsmen but by bandits whom he identified as cattle rustlers.
He said, “The Fulanis have lived with us in Ogun State for hundreds...
Hours after Nigerians on Instagram dragged Nollywood actress, Destiny Etiko over the seductive outfit she wore to visit the Governor of Kogi state, Yahaya Bello, her colleague, Uche Elendu has come out to explain why Ms Etiko dressed 'seductively' to meet the Governor.
According to Elendu, Destiny Etiko and some others were headed to the airport, before the governor asked that they pay him a courtesy visit.
Uche Elendu exonerated her colleague via Instagram comment section, where she wrote, "Hey you guys should leave this girl alone. She wasn't the only one that was on that trip and they were dressed casually to the airport before the governor called to see them. How is this dressing a national issue, gosh!"...
Niger State Governor, Abubakar Sani Bello, insists that he would not pay any ransom to bandits to release abductees in his state.
The government has been making negotiation with the bandits to release the abducted 27 Government Science College, Kangar, and 15 others. Still, the state government said the abductees must be released unconditionally.
Secretary to the Government of Niger State (SSG), Ahmed Ibrahim Matane, who is part of the team negotiating with the bandits, said the bandits are demanding N500 million (estimated to be $1.3m) and also the release of their men who security agencies have arrested.
Bello said his stand on not paying a ransom to the terrorist is based on...