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Images of Former Congo Zaire’s president Mobutu Seseseko’s mansion as they become home to wild animals

Dec 16, 2019

Former Congo tyrant Mobutu Seseseko’s chateau is presently home to rodents, bats, snakes and feathered creatures. Exercise to ravenous rulers

Below are images of the mansion of the former Zaire [now DRC] despot, Field Marshal Mobutu Sese Seko Kukungbendu Wazabanga.

The wonderful structure developed on an enormous territory of land [equivalent to a negligible game park] was built in his home town called Gbadolite at the expense £100m.

It was considered the “embodiment of style and class” in Zaire and past. The superstructure was brightened with Italian marble, Katangese high-karate gold plated entryways and windows, Spanish floor tiles, programmed American cooling, Isreali cutting edge correspondence frameworks, extra-large pool, a private air terminal control tower, 3-4 inch slug verification crystal, 5 presidential suites, 6 Jacuzzis and encompassed by a smaller than normal game park brimming with a wide range of untamed life, including Indian tigers.