EXPOSED: How Bola Tinubu’s Son Bought UK $11M Mansion from Corrupt Loot!
A recent report by Bloomberg has uncovered a shocking connection between Nigeria’s president-elect Bola Tinubu and one of the country’s biggest corruption scandals. Here is a summary of the report’s findings:
The article reveals that the son of Nigeria’s president-elect, Bola Tinubu, bought a luxury mansion in London for $11 million in 2017. The mansion was previously owned by a businessman who was accused of being involved in a massive corruption scandal with Nigeria’s former oil minister. The Nigerian government was trying to confiscate the mansion and other assets from the businessman, but Tinubu’s son bought it from a bank that had foreclosed on it. The article also questions the source of Tinubu’s family wealth and mentions some of the allegations of graft and rule-breaking that have plagued his political career. The article cites documents from the Pandora Papers leak and other sources to support its claims.
Read the full report on Bloomberg: Nigeria Targeted a UK Mansion; Next Leader Bola Tinubu’s Son Now Owns It – Bloomberg