Who of politicians is an owner of luxury property in Dubai? Who of them has own business? Read the information below to learn the facts about owners of these houses in prestige area.
Buying a property in Dubai is quite prestigious. It is a beautiful place for accommodation. For this reason, many rich politicians don't disregard this state. In this list, there are property details of politicians and their personalities.
Jonathan has begun her career as the teacher at school and sports institute. She began career in bank sector in 1997 and has founded the first Akpo bank. Finally, she has entered the Ministry of Public Education of staff of Bayelsa where she served till May 1999 when her husband became the Deputy Manager of the state. On July 2012, she has been appointed the constant secretary in staff of Bayelsa. Then she was on holiday from public service more than 13 years. Now she has her own business in Dubai and three houses, where she leaves with children and husband.
Chief Godswill Obot Akpabio is Nigerian lawyer and politician. He is also senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Senate's Minority Leader. In 2002, he was appointed the commissioner for oil and natural resources in Akwa Ibom State. During the period between 2002 and 2006, he served as the commissioner in three ministries. In 2006, he applied for the governor's position on hotly challenged preliminary elections and has won against 57 other candidates. He was re-elected during the second term and authorized as the governor of the state in 2011. In 2013, he was elected the chairman of PDP Forum. Today in his possession there is one brilliant house in Dubai.
Barrister Mohammed Bello Adoke
Barrister Mohammed Bello Adoke was appointed as Nigerian Attorney-General and the Minister of Justice in April 2010. He has got an education in the field of the law. He has taken positions of Board of directors in the Ministry of Justice of the state of Kano. He was also a member of the commission in Peugeot Automobile since 2006 to 2008 and the Chairman of the board of Bank of Unity. He acted as the arbitrator in England and Nigeria and was involved in trade disputes of Shell, Global Steel Holdings and so on. He was appointed as the minister of justices and the Attorney-General on April 2010. He has stopped the activity in May 2015. Now he leaves in Dubai, where he has a house in Abu Dhabi.
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