31.07.2021 news Abba Kyari’s Brother Deletes All Flashy Posts from His Instagram

Published 31st Jul, 2021

By Damilola Adeyera

Usman Kyari, younger brother of the embattled Deputy Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari has deleted all the pictures on his Instagram handle, FIJ has observed.

Abba Kyari has been in the news for his links to a multimillion dollar fraud orchestrated by Nigerian Instagram celebrity Ramos Abass, better known as Hushpuppi, who is facing multiple charges for internet fraud and money laundering.

READ ALSO: US Court Declares Supercop Abba Kyari Wanted over $1.1m Hushpuppi Payment

With the uproar generated by the latest revelations by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), his younger brother Usman has now deleted all his posts on his Instagram page, including those where he posed with flashy cars.

A visit to Usman’s Instagram handle @usmankyari_showed that images of him with flashy cars have been deleted, alongside other ostentatious pictures. Usman has 2,084 followers.

READ ALSO: FLASHBACK: The 2019 Investigations that Nailed Abba Kyari

In his response to his senior brother’s arrest, Usman had written on his Instagram story: “The storm of the Lord shall pursue and overtake all powers, DCP Abba Kyari from now on all your enemies will start to fight themselves I decree confusion into the camp of your enemies IN THE MIGHTY NAME OF ALLAH….. In Allah’s mighty and matchless name. For the enemies of DCO Abba Kyari posterity will judge you.”

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Published 31st Jul, 2021

By Damilola Adeyera


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