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Expensive gift…Who owns Number 4, Queensdrive, Ikoyi?

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Expensive gift…Who owns Number 4, Queensdrive, Ikoyi?

Expensive gift…Who owns Number 4, Queensdrive, Ikoyi?
December 31
09:03 2015

The future is the only kind of property that the political godfather willingly concedes to his minion or political godson; that is why many such sons remain tied to their benefactors’ apron strings, years after they emerge as governors, senators to mention a few.

If eventually, the minion achieves his political ambition by the design or machination of his political godfather, he becomes enslaved to him, forever seeking his favour with all possible means.
Number 4, Queensdrive, Ikoyi, looms largely in Lagos city landscape like a castle of Elysian wants.

From its finely wrought architecture to its evenly appointed decor, the mansion pulsates with desires and ego of the ruling class; since construction works began on the expensive edifice, high society rumour mill within and outside Lagos has been agog with news that the building is actually a gift by a southwest state to a former governor and political godfather in the state.

The Capital findings revealed that the manor, which is set to become the largest and most lavish of its class in the coastal city’s picturesque scene is one of the dividends that the influential godfather is set to enjoy as a result of his inestimable contributions to the success and meteoric rise of his godsons and minions in regional and national politics.

Located in Ikoyi, the mansion is built with the best luxury money can buy. But while apologists of the scheme justify the recent profligate escapade, the poor, struggling masses would like to know what value such project would add to their lives.

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