Gboah.com: Meet Lola Magret, Hushpuppi And Other Nigerian Celebrities Who Got Arrested Abroad For Fraud.

Meet Lola Magret, Hushpuppi And Other Nigerian Celebrities Who Got Arrested Abroad For Fraud.

Surprisingly, several Nigerian celebrities who are supposed to represent their audiences and supporters as role models are one of the people who get mixed up in frauds and other criminal acts worldwide.



Some of those celebrities include Nollywood actress, Lola Magret well known as Bisola. The talented actress was detained and questioned in 2017 in the hands of police in Atlanta, Georgia, in a bid to boost her level and beat the likes of Lizzy Anjorin, Mercy Aigbe, others.



It is believed to be connected to money laundering. She was allegedly arrested after she wired a large amount of money into her account, and the process of collecting failed. Since then, she has been released and deported back to Nigeria, and considering the seriousness of her actions.

Nigerian singer, Oyindamola Emmanuel popularly called Dammy Krane, is another celebrity who was arrested for alleged fraud. He was arrested in Miami, U.S for credit card fraud.


Signed under Hypertek music, Krane has many singles to his name and had gained success in the industry. He was arrested for card fraud, identity fraud (named as Johnson Hunga) and theft (armed and conspiracy).

The famous Dubai-based big boy Ramon Olorunwa Abass best known as Hushpuppi is another Nigerian who was arrested recently. Dubai Police detained the 37-year-old who is considered to always show off his money and lavish lifestyle on social media on June 10, 2020.


Hushpuppi is reported to have recently been relocated to the United States pending fraud allegations and for collaborating with his associates to launder hundreds of millions of dollars in company email abuse (BEC) frauds and other scams.


Others include Nigerian rapper, Babalola Falemi (Sauce Kid) a.k.a Sinzu, who was arrested and bagged a 2 years prison sentence for stealing $15,388 using stolen credit card numbers in Boise and Meridian. In August 2019, Obinwanne Okeke, CEO of the Invictus Group, well known as Invictus Obi, who also was apprehended for conspiracy to commit fraud at Dulles International Airport in excess of $12million while leaving the United States. 

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