Famous Nigerian businessman, politician, and media personality, Orji Uzor Kalu, is arguably one of the richest and most influential politicians in Nigeria. He has also achieved success in different sectors of business.
The Senator, serving in the Nigerian 9th Senate recently caused a stir on Social media for sharing lovely pictures on his official Facebook page flaunting his multi-million naira mansion named "Camp Neso."
He shared the post while welcoming his friend and brother to his house. In the post, he said, "My brother Tony Iju is here to holiday with me at my residence, Camp Neso, Potomac Maryland. Good to catch up Nwannem." See screenshot;
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The pictures triggered lots of mixed reactions among Facebook users who gave across them as they congratulate the famous politician for his achievement. See screenshot of some comments made by certain FB users;
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