Seyi Tinubu son of Nigeria’s President-Elect Buys $11M London Mansion that Government Seeks to Confiscate over Corruption Probe: Bloomberg Africa

The son of Nigeria’s President-elect has purchased an $11m London mansion that was confiscated as part of a probe into one of the biggest corruption scandals in the country’s history.

Main while, it has been confirmed that there is no indication that Bola Tinubu was personally involved in the purchase of the property in 2017, questions about the source of his family’s wealth have continued to be raised. Bola Tinubu’s son, Oluwaseyi, is the main shareholder of Aranda Overseas Corp, which paid £9m ($10.8m) to Deutsche Bank for the property in north London.


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