Per Second News—Along the winding roads of the state of Maryland’s posh neighborhoods, new report reveal controversial Zamfara state governor, Abdulaziz Yari stashed some of the billions he embezzled from public fund. Yari, bought a $950,000 2.1 acre property in the city of Bowie, according to online news paper, Saharareporters.
The mansion situated at the most prestigious gated, golf course community in the Prince Georges County. French mansion style home with 6 Bedroom suites, 7 full baths and 3 half baths. All brick custom built home. 2 Story entrance foyer. Formal circular staircase and family staircase. Elevator connects all 3 levels, 3 car garage. All floors are hardwood and marble. Indoor swimming pool heated and air conditioned.
Documents uncovered reveal Mr. Yari as the sole owner of the property, which was purchased from a limited liability company, K Hovanian Hamptons, located at Creek 11, Delaware.
The governor paid cash for the property and current in his property tax to the state government.
A real estate property tax information shows that he paid $16, 583.10 for his 2017 tax to the U.S government.
Per Second News gathered from ZEstimate that the property is currently worth $1,189,775. In 2014 CNN Money ranked Bowie 28th in its Best Places to Live in America list.
Yari, lives like James Bond while his people starve.
The Zamfara people are being defrauded on an enormous scale in schemes whose tentacles stretched around the world by Yari, according to investigations carried out by Per Second News last year.
Former aides say he’s amassed a fortune, including opulent mansions in Abuja and Germany. He also allegedly spent millions of dollars on pricey European art and wristwatches.
Yari is absolute master of a vast region in the northern state of Zamfara, his public appearances are a show of power and wealth in one of Nigeria’s poorest state.
(Above photos of Zamfara Children in School)
Residents of Zamfara alleged that Yari takes and maintain total authority over their state’s wealth, depriving resources away from citizens.
“He spends just two days in the state on a weekly basis, he’s always away in Abuja or America, said Ibrahim Kudu.
Per Second News last year revealed that the governor also has a haulage business in the Maryland, Washington, DC metro area.