Wednesday, 5 October 2011

11 super cars seized from African president’s home!

11 super cars worth about £5million ($7.7million) have been seized from the Paris home of one of Africa’s dictators.

A foreign aid money – laundering investigation led investigators to a Paris mansion belonging to Equatorial Guinea’s strong man Theodora Obiang Nguema.

At the dictator’s home, officers seized 11 super cars which include two Bugatti Veyrons, a Ferrari 599 GTO and a Maserati MC12.

The cars are thought to be mainly used by the dictator’s son Theodora Obiang Nguema.

Equatorial Guinea which recently discovered huge reserved of oil, still receives constant handouts as foreign aid, but its citizens live on less than $2.00 a day.

Do you think, it is right for citizens of Equatorial Guinea to wallow in poverty, while the president and his son live like kings?

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