F*ck EFCC – Hushpuppi Once Again Seen Chilling In A Private Jet With No Fear that He Would Be Arrested – VIDEO

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In the short period of time after Mompha was arrested, Hushpuppi became like a mouse on social media, quietly trying to hide and not raise any attention.

Some social media users even noticed and started mocking him for it – one went to ask him if he was hiding because he was afraid Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) would come for him just as they did to Mompha.

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That’s because Hushpuppi leaves the same life of rich n*gga lifestyle Mompha used to show on social media, but there’s no evidence where his wealth comes from.

Whatever fear he had, however, that’s gone now because he’s back to flaunting his lavish lifestyle online.

In a new post, Hushpuppi shows himself in a private jet, with a sumptuous breakfast in front of him.

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You can say he’s waking up to a dream.

Over to you, EFCC – what are they going to do?

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Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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