In Pictures: Houses bought in UK by thieving Nigerian governors

In Pictures: Houses bought in UK by thieving Nigerian governors

Wednesday, May 11, 2016 3:15 pm


Here are some of the houses bought in the United Kingdom by rogue Nigerian governors with money stolen from the poor people of Nigeria.

They form part of the assets President Muhammadu Buhari asked loose-talking British prime Minister, David Cameron return to Nigeria.

One of James Ibori's houses in the UK

One of James Ibori’s houses in the UK

 

Another Ibori property in Hampstead

Another Ibori property in Hampstead

One of James Ibori's houses bought in 2001 for £2.2 million in cash

One of James Ibori’s houses bought in 2001 for £2.2 million in cash

The White House, The Bishops Avenue N2. Owned vis nominee company Belside Properties Ltd by Nigerian Aliyu Audu, the son of Abubakar Audu. Before his death, Audu was facing an EFCC trial for theft

The White House, The Bishops Avenue N2. Owned vis nominee company Belside Properties Ltd by Nigerian Aliyu Audu, the son of Abubakar Audu. Before his death, Audu was facing an EFCC trial for theft

 

14 Mapesbury Rd NW6 bought by former Nigerian governor of Bayelsa State Diepreye Alamaseigha.

14 Mapesbury Rd NW6 bought by former Nigerian governor of Bayelsa State Diepreye Alamaseigha.

 

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