Abba Kyari returns to Facebook after three-week hiatus

Abba Kyari police

Deputy commissioner of police Abba Kyari, who is currently suspended from the Force following a probe over alleged involvement in fraud, has returned to social media following a three-week break.

Mr Kyari is being investigated after being named by the United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in a $1.1 million internet scam allegedly carried out by Instagram sensation Abbas Ramon aka Hushpuppi.

On Thursday, the Borno indigene shared on Facebook a 21-second hilarious TikTok video posted by Sanda Tobacco wherein a cart pusher was recorded displaying some roller skating skills while the videographer said the cart pusher “is very crazy wallahi!”

Kyari carried out several activities on his Facebook page after he was fingered in the alleged crime.

He had first posted that he found the FBI investigation funny. He soon deleted it.

On July 29, 2021, he chronicled his denial against the allegations but he later deleted the post after series of editing.

He also reposted a post in his defence by former minister of aviation Femi Fani-Kayode.

While a special investigation panel set up by the inspector-general of police Usman Baba to probe Kyari is yet to submit its report, the Police Service Commission recently announced that it had set up an in-house panel to study documents related to the indictment of Kyari by the FBI.

The commission stated that it had the final say on the investigation of Kyari.