French court confirms 3-year suspended jail for Equatorial Guinea leader’s son
Sumner Shagari Sambo
Paris appeals court on Monday confirmed a three-year suspended jail sentence
for Teodorin Obiang, the son of Equatorial Guinea’s leader and its vice
president, on graft charges.
court also ordered Obiang to pay 30 million euros ($32.9 million), a fine
suspended in the initial ruling in 2017.
the son of Equatorial Guinea’s leader Teodoro Obiang Nguema who has ruled the West
African state for the last 40 years, was convicted of using public money to
fund a jet-set lifestyle in Paris.
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