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The Seized Cars Of The Dictator Go To The Auction

In the position of the Vice President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue has damaged the state for hundreds of millions of dollars and eased his life in abundance. Along with numerous luxury properties, included totally meaningless things such as the purchase of Michael Jackson’s sculpture. At that time, he found time for hobbies, so Obiang has an impressive collection of luxury cars.

A part of a collection of 25 cars, seized by the Swiss government in 2016, will now be auctioned off. Seized a collection of Bugatti Veyron, Koenigsegg One: 1, McLaren P1 and Lamborghini Veneno Roadster will be offered this autumn in Switzerland at the Bonmont Golf & Country Club, directed by Bonhams.

The organizer is now mysterious with the mentioned brands, emphasizing that there are exclusive limousines, as well as models from the Porsche, Maserati, and Mercedes-Maibach pallets. The aforementioned Lamborghini is one of only nine produced and could reach the price of 5 million.

It is expected that more than 12 million euros will be collected at auction, and all funds will be used for social programs in impoverished Equatorial Guinea.

Let’s remind, Obiang’s collection was confiscated on two occasions. First, in 2012, France seized a series of expensive cars, followed by Switzerland in 2016. Therefore, it is assumed that on the list there are some models of Ferrari and Aston Martin one77.

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