Britain imposed sanctions on Thursday on the son of Equatorial Guinean president Alpha Conde for wasting millions of dollars he spent on luxury real estate.
His expenses also included private planes and he paid $275,000 to buy a glove Michael Jackson wore during his first concert tour.
The British sanctions list was extended to include 4 others, one of whom is the Iraqi Nofal Hammadi Al-Sultan.
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab announced new sanctions against Teodoro Obiang Mango, Vice President of Equatorial Guinea, for wasting state funds.
Britain said Obiang had engaged in “corrupt contracting arrangements and solicited a bribe to finance his lavish spending inconsistent with his official salary as a cabinet minister”.
She added that he paid $100 million to buy a property in Paris and $38 million to buy a private plane, as well as a luxury yacht and dozens of luxury cars, some of them Ferrari, Bentley and Aston Martin.
The British Foreign Office said he had bought a collection of Michael Jackson memorabilia, including a $275,000 crystal-encrusted glove that Jackson wore on his first concert tour.
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