Dictator’s Son of Equatorial Guinea Accused of Money Laundering in Brazil

Posted on July 8, 2013 • Filed under: Africa, Brazil, Corruption, Crime, Politics

primeiraedicao.com.br reported on July 7, 2013 that the son of the African dictator, Teodorin Nguema Obiang Mangue of Equatorial Guinea is accused of money laundering in Brazil. In a document of American Justice, it is suspected that Nguema spent more than US $65 million in goods and services in 2008. His expenses include that of property in São Paulo, paintings, cars, jewelry, and antiques. The Federal Police monitored Nguema since February of this year. Read Article

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