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Equatorial Guinea: 11 Luxury Cars Belonging to Obiang's Son Seized in Paris

11 luxury cars belonging to the son of Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, president of Equatorial Guinea were seized [fr] on September 28 in Paris, as part of the undergoing “Ill-Gotten Gains” investigation. Tokinambo reacts to the news on the togocity blog [fr] : “O Africa, a president's son can own 11 luxury cars. What exactly is his job description again?  In Equatorial Guinea, the common man is struggling to feed himself and this kid is showered with luxury goods. My question is: if the son owns 11 cars, how many does the father own himself?”

 

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