Houthi warlord's villa triggers debate on enrichment in Yemen
7/13/2020 11:43:00 PM
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The villa that Houthi warlord Ammar Al-Hadi bought in Sana'a recently has triggered wide debate on the corruption of the dynastical militia ruling the capital Sana'a.
Popular Yemeni journalist Nabeel Subei'a unveiled on his Facebook page on Sunday the story and picture (attached) of a magnificent village that Al-Hadi, an official in the militia's self-styled Defense Ministry, had recently bought at a cost of YR 700 million (roughly one million US dollars) at a time when the Yemeni people have edged too close to famine thanks to the militia's coup and war since September 2014.
The story went viral on news websites becoming the talk of the town.