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Thursday, 8 August 2013

Bongo Bongo Land - was Godfrey Bloom right or wrong? Read it all here.


The following rough prĂ©cis has been taken from this article in the Daily Mail. This is what Bongo Bongo Land does with your hard earn money. I hate to say it but those British readers who vote for this outright thievery are not the brightest sandwich in the picnic basket. Don't blame me, I vote for the UK Independence Party.

Ampers


South Africa
President: Jacob Zuma
Purchased an estate of over 25 houses, underground quarters, Helepad, top security
Purchased £40,000,000 road improvements leading to his estate
British Aid: £17,000,000 last year

The Congo
President: Denis Sassou Nguesso
Purchased over a dozen properties in Paris.
British Aid: A total of £258,000,000 by 2015.

Uganda
President and dictator: Yoweri Museveni
Purchased a luxury jet for £30,000,000
Purchased six Russian fighter jets for £500,000,000
British Aid: £65,000 p.a.

Rwanda
President : Paul Kagame
Purchased two jets, total value £59,000,000 plus expensive running costs of course
Owns a large luxury residence and a huge farm
British Aid: £75,000,000

Equatorial Guinea
President: Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo
Purchased Michael Jackson memorabilia for his son costing £1.8,000,000
Purchased jet for £26,000,000
Purchased £15,000,000 property in Paris
British Aid: just under £1,000,000 p.a.

Sierra Leone
President: Ernest Bai Koroma
Gone astray: £1,200,000 of aid just disappeared

Gabon
President: Ali Bongo,
Purchased huge mansion for £85,000,000 for Parisian home
British Aid: £1,000,000 plus a year

Well worth reading the full article as I was in haste and may have got some of my facts wrong. But under-estimated rather than over estimated.

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