Sassou's seized jet flies back to French courts on 10 June
A French court is to hold a hearing on 10 June to decide on how Denis Sassou Nguesso's seized presidential plane should be sold.
A Trump Hotel and Tower apartment, a building in Miami, the presidential Falcon... After failing to reach an agreement with the Congolese head of state, businessman Mohsen Hojeij, who is suing Brazzaville for €1.2bn, is now after the presidential family's property.
The secret negotiations between Lebanese businessman Mohsen Hojeij and the Congolese president's office over their €1.2bn debt dispute were facilitated by the Speaker of the Lebanese Parliament, Nabih Berri. Now weeks into the talks, revealed by Africa Intelligence, neither side is willing to budge.
Engaged in extensive foreclosure operations in Paris, Lebanese entrepreneur Mohsen Hojeij, who is seeking to recover €1.2bn from Congo, is holding very hush-hush talks with the president's office.