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Geneva seizes 11 cars belonging to the son of Equatorial Guinea president

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Geneva authorities have confiscated 11 luxury vehicles and sports cars belonging to the son of Equatorial Guinea’s president as part of a preliminary investigation into alleged corruption.

Spokesman Henri Della Casa of the Geneva prosecutor’s office said Thursday that the cars belonging to Teodorin Obiang Nguema were confiscated Monday in the freight zone at Geneva’s airport.

Della Casa couldn’t confirm a report in L’Hebdo magazine, saying the vehicles included a Bugatti Veyron valued at 2?million euros ($2.2 million), and a Swedish-made Koenigsegg One:1. Koenigsegg spokesman Steven Wade said only seven of those models have been made, at a base price of $2.8 million.

Obiang is facing a preliminary investigation in Switzerland in connection with a case in neighboring France where he faces trial for alleged misspending of public funds.


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  1. to whom it may concern,
    I would like to know what will be next? after the Geneva authorities have confiscated 11 luxury vehicles belonging to the son of Equatorial Guinea’s president.what will happen with those cars? Are you going to send theses 11 luxury vehicles back here in Equatorial Guinea?are you going to sell them and send the money back to EG ? or with that money are you going to build a big university or a public building located in Equatorial Guinea? or you will keep them in your country? I don’t know if I can have some elements of answers to what will be the final destination of theses 11 luxury vehicles belonging to the son of Equatorial Guinea’s president.
    Thanks to whom it may concern

    1. I believe the only authority to demand the return of the cars would be the president of equatorial Guinea or the attorney general of same country. Else the cars might end up belonging to the Swiss. I won’t put it past them.

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