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The Ivorian Tommy Tayoro Nickoss, president of the club and main actor in the arrival of Alexandre Song in Djibouti.
Astral is owned by the Ivorian Tommy Tayoro Nickoss, president of the club and main actor in the arrival of Alexandre Song in Djibouti. The latter is also the brother-in-law of the President of the Republic of Djibouti, and at the heart of a major investigation opened by the Paris prosecutor’s office. Suspected of drug trafficking, arms sales … it is rather for ill-gotten gains that the name of the president of Astral has been cited in a case. This is what our colleagues from lemonde.fr reveal to us in an article which we present to you here.
An investigation was opened in France after the filing, on October 16, of a complaint by the NGO Sherpa and the European collective of the Djiboutian diaspora (CEDD) against the entourage of the President of Djibouti Ismaïl Omar Guelleh.
An investigation was opened in France after the filing of a complaint by the NGO Sherpa and the European collective of the Djiboutian diaspora (CEDD) against the entourage of the President of Djibouti Ismaïl Omar Guelleh, we learned on Friday from corroborating sources.
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The NGO and the CEDD had “filed a complaint on October 16, 2018 for abuse of corporate assets, embezzlement of public funds, breach of trust and corruption of foreign public officials against members of the entourage of the President of Djibouti”, Sherpa said in a statement.
Real estate in Paris
The preliminary investigation was entrusted to the Central Office for the Suppression of Major Financial Crime (OCRGDF), a police source confirmed. The National Financial Prosecutor’s Office has refrained from any comment.
The complaint focuses on real estate located in the 8th, 16th and 17th arrondissements of Paris belonging to members of the family of the Djiboutian head of state, in power for seventeen years, including his wife Kadra Haid and his son-in-law. Tommy Tayoro Nyckoss.
No one can seriously believe that these real estate properties, some of which today have a value of the order of several million euros, could have been acquired solely by the wages of family members Ismail Omar Guelleh and his relatives ”, it is written in the complaint.
In particular, Tommy Tayoro Nyckoss “ seems to be a pivotal, central personality in the implementation of operations carried out for years by the family of Ismaïl Omar Guelleh for the purpose of embezzling public assets ”, it is stressed in the document.
Several procedures are already underway in France in so-called “ill-gotten gains” cases.
By writing with lemonde.fr