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Hushpuppi’s appeal granted, jail term reduced to 11yrs

US government has granted the appeal of convicted Nigerian internet fraudster facing trial in the United States of America, Ramon Abbas, (a.k.a) Hushpuppi as his jail term reduced to 11 years.

THECONSCIENCEng reports that Hushpuppi’s jail term reduction comes after his record which was revealed as part of his memorandum countering sentencing recommendations of prosecutors that showed he cleaned well and related well with other inmates.

He was claimed to be one of the best cleaners in the prison where he has been remanded since his arrest in 2021.

It was gathered that his report card for Central Valley workshop for prisoners showed that, between July 2021 when he enrolled and November 2021 when he completed work, Hushpuppi put up “very good” in attitude, quality of work, dependability and productivity.

Hushpuppi had appealed to US Judge Otis Wright for temper justice with mercy and a lighter jail term after scoring high in the cleaning activities.

The presiding Judge, Wright is scheduled to hear the sentencing arguments of the prosecution and defence of Hushpuppi on September 21 before delivering his judgment in the matter.

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United States Prosecutors have asked a federal judge to sentence Ramon ‘Hushpuppi’ Abbas to 11 years in prison and three years of supervised release.


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