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Rumors and claims spread like wildfire. One such claim revolves around former Nigerian Vice President Atiku Abubakar’s alleged ownership of a hotel in Dubai.
Despite the lack of concrete data to substantiate this assertion, curiosity persists. Additionally, there’s a related query that often emerges on search engines: “Is Atiku the owner of the Tiger building in Dubai?”
In this article, we will delve into these claims, explore the available information, and provide a well-reasoned conclusion based on the evidence at hand.
>Claim 1: Atiku Abubakar’s Hotel Ownership
The notion that Atiku Abubakar owns a hotel in Dubai has been circulating for some time. However, no definitive evidence has been presented to confirm or refute this claim.
As of now, there is no verified data to establish the ownership of such a hotel by Atiku Abubakar. In the absence of substantial information, it is crucial to avoid spreading unverified claims as facts.
Claim 2: Tiger Building Ownership by Atiku Abubakar’s
Another claim that often surfaces on internet searches is whether Atiku Abubakar is the owner of the Tiger building in Dubai. The Tiger building is part of the Tiger Skyscraper Estate.
According to Tiger’s own statement, “Over more than two decades of continuous service across the construction, industrial and services industries, Tiger has become a prominent name in developing communities.”
However, it’s important to clarify that Atiku Abubakar’s involvement in this project has not been substantiated. The statement provided by Tiger does not confirm his ownership or direct association with the Tiger Skyscraper Estate.
Therefore, the claim that Atiku Abubakar is the owner of the Tiger Skyscraper Estate is unfounded and misleading.