Luxurious mansions owned by some Nigerians, including those standing trial for corruption, in the United Kingdom, have been exposed.
Presidential ambition: This property in The Bishops Avenue was owned by Nigerian Abubakar Audu (above right) who died while on the run last year
Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari is billed to depart Nigeria on Tuesday for an anti-graft summit in London.
He will be accompanied by Ibrahim Magu, chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The West Wing: Corrupt Nigerian governor Diepreye Alamieyeseigha (above right) owned this West Hampstead mansion (left)
In a report entitled: ‘Palaces of Corruption’, The Mail on Sunday, published pictures and locations of houses belonging to two late former governors, who faced graft charges in their lifetime.
– Diepreye Alamieyeseigha, who governed Bayelsa state between 1999 and 2005, and,
– Abubakar Audu, two-term governor of Kogi state, who was seeking a return to the government house at the time of his death.
Both men died in 2015.
Fit for a Bishop: Nigerian Jimoh Ibrahim (above right), the owner of this Bishops Avenue home, was ordered to pay £7m over an aircraft deal that went wrong
The property of James Ibori, former Delta state governor was also included in the report.
Ibori is currently serving a jail term in the United Kingdom.
Property of Jimoh Ibrahim, lawyer and billionaire businessman was also exposed in addition in said report.
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