A mansion purported to be located in Dubai and belonging to former president John Mahama, has been identified as the property of a Nigerian, Chief Sir Tony Ezenna.
According to a report by MynewsgH.com, Ezenna, also known as Ikenga Akokwa, is the chairman of Orange Drugs Nigeria Limited.
The revelation of the identity of the owner of the mansion follows media reports to the effect that the building, located in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), belonged to Mahama.
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This was dispelled by the ‘Go4JM’ campaign team who stated emphatically that the building was not for Mahama.
Sources added that the building was not located in the UAE, but in Ikoyi, Lagos and was recently outdoored.
Key personalities such as the minister of labour and productivity, Chris Ngige, senators Dino Melaye, Osita Izunaso and Chris Uba, and many others, were spotted in Lagos during the event.
Reacting to the false claim, a spokesman for Mahama, James Agyenim Boateng, argued that the building was not the property of the former president.
He added that Nigerian media had done extensive publications of the said mansion and its owner.
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