All Progressive Congress (APC) has insisted that member of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have ties with Ramon Igbalode Abbas, a Nigerian cyber fraudster popular known as Ray Hushpuppi.

The ruling party, in a statement released by is spokesperson, Yekini Nabena, on Saturday, July 4, called for an investigation over “criminal conspiracy linking Hushpuppi with leaders of PDP.”

Nabena, while calling the Economic and Finacial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to take up the probe, also called on anti-graft agencies to probe the alleged money laundering linking top members of PDP with Hushpuppi.

Although PDP leaders including Dino Melaye, Bukola Saraki and Yakubu Dodara have denied the link, APC called on EFCC to carry-out special probe.

“At different times, “Hushpuppi” was been photographed in Dubai meeting with the PDP’s 2019 presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar; former Senate President, Bukola Saraki: former Speaker, House of Representatives, Yakub Dogara, Dino Melaye among other PDP stalwarts,” part of the statement read.

Meanwhile, PDP leaders mentioned in connection with the Dubai-based internet fraud lord have since berated APC, saying the statement is a febrile imagination of the ruling party.

But while insisting that there is a fraud linking between Huspuphi and PDP stalwarts, APC branch in the United Kingdom released a video showing the embattled fraudlord with Timi Frank, Dino Melaye and others.

Donned in a pink suit, Melaye and others were seen engaged in talks with Hushpuppi who has now been extradited to the Chicago in the United States to face his charges.

In a statement released on Saturday, July 4 by Yusuph Olaniyonu, Saraki’s media aide, the immediate past president of the 8th Nigerian Senate frowned at APC’s action.

Saraki said he has “no form of association with the said suspect, Ramon Abbas otherwise known as Hushpuppi and neither does he know him in any way.”