Nigerian Politicians And Their Eyes-popping Mansions, No 4 Will Make You Decide To Join Politics

Nigerian Politicians And Their Eyes-popping Mansions, No 3 Will Make You Decide To Join Politics

Nothing can be so desirous than for one's carrier to bring back
a fortune in return as Nigeria politics seems to be a "money-making machine".
I wonder how some people could be comparing Nigerian musicians with Nigerian politicians as regards their Net-worth, wealth, flamboyant lifestyles and more.

The truth of the matter is that Nigeria politicians are bastard Trillionaires even though their source of wealth might be cunny sometimes. Sigh!

We are here to show you eyes-popping luxurious mansions of some of your favorite politicians in Nigeria.

Bukola Saraki Mansion

Former Nigeria Senate President, Bukola Saraki, a mansion in Olorin of Kwara State, reportedly financed by Kwara state government during his tenure.
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Dino Melaye Mansion

Former Kogi state controversial Senator, Dino Melaye, recently shared eyes-popping pictures of his wealth, shared Interior decoration of his mansion, appreciated God for the grace even though the reports later sparked uproar online.
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Former Governor Diepreya Mansion In UK.

This gigantic building at 14 Mapesbury Rd NW6 was acquired by former Nigerian governor of Bayelsa State Diepreye Alamaseigha.

Former Head of State Babangida

Here's the well-furnished extremely luxurious mansion of Nigeria former military President, Babangida, in Minna, Niger state.
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Atiku Abubakar Mansion 

According to Premiumtimes, Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar acquired this multi-million dollar worth ($2.95m) luxurious home in the United State before his bribery scandal.
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Bola Tinubu Hotel
APC national leader, former governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, built the multi-billion nairas Oriental
HOTEL along Lekki-Epe road that worth N120 Billion.

That's just one among his properties.

Please, who just said there is no money in politics? Lol

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