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Mohammed Abacha helped his father steal billions of dollars from Nigeria’s public coffers, international investigators say. Now he’s been selected to run for high office in Africa’s biggest economy.
The 54-year-old, who US prosecutors and a Nigerian probe say helped the late dictator Sani Abacha to embezzle about $2.3 billion in the 1990s, is seeking to become governor of northern Nigeria’s commercial hub. He’s one of at least four candidates from families with members accused of looting large sums from the state — from millions to billions of dollars — that won primaries held by the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party last month, and could win in February’s elections.

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