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At the very least a member of the obesa/rebeli complex.
Due to the size, process shape and pattern on the body. Also on the maxillary barbel there is supposed to be a "broad membraneus fringe" which I believe this fish has with a close look at the third image.
In case you are wondering the pictures on the data page while maybe being from this group I would not particularly call them specifically obesus or possibly they have some juvenile patterning yet. This is a tuff group to ID at the moment.
I can't say it's obesus, I think something else. I knew I have seen this kind of syno somewhere before so I search all my books. Finally I find it from The World Of Catfishes(Midori Kobayagawa 1989) page 12, labeled as Synodontis nigrita. It's not nigrita but I think these are same species so we can be quite sure it's not hybrid.