Nana Akufo Addo has a secret luxury London home. Akufo Addo’s brother Edward lives in a $1.4 million London home. Akufo Addo’s daughter Funmi lives in a $700,000 London home. Akufo Addo’s daughter Valerie lives in a $500,000 London home. There is a huge contradiction between Akufo Addo’s presentation of himself as a “simple, incorruptible man” and the reality of his life of wealth in London. OSI has documentary proof that Akufo Addo and his family live a lavish and luxury life in London, the most expensive city in the world. Their high-priced homes are located in London's most expensive neighbourhoods. Nana Akufo Addo has been a politician for almost twenty years. Where does the money for his and his family’s luxury life in London come from? Akufo Addo interrupted his campaign to go home to London On 13 October 2016, Nana Akufo Addo interrupted his presidential campaign and left Ghana for a “private trip” to London, triggering speculations about his health. In fact, Akufo-Addo’s trip to UK shouldn’t surprise anyone. For years now, Akufo Addo has been spending six months each year in the UK. London has become Akufo Addo’s real home. Exclusive evidence of Akufo Addo and his family’s lavish and luxury life in London is now revealed. The $1.4 million London home of Akufo Addo's brother Edward Nana Akufo Addo's younger brother Edward and Edward’s wife Irene live in a luxury apartment in central London. The exact address is 32 Nottingham Terrace, London, NW1 4QB. The property current value is £1,138,579 (1.4 million US dollars). The apartment was bought on 25 February 2005, when Nana Akufo Addo was Ghana's Minister of Foreign Affairs. [gallery columns="2" size="medium" ids="987,988,989,990"] Edward Akufo Addo's home is located in one of the richest and most exclusive neighbourhoods in London. Nottingham Terrace is on the southern end of Regent’s Park, within walking distance of both Baker Street underground station and the world class shops, restaurants and bars of Marylebone High Street. The building is actually attached to one of the most famous museums in the world, Madam Tussauds London. The $700,000 London home of Akufo Addo’s daughter Funmi Nana Akufo Addo’s daughter Gyankroma has been very active in his father’s 2016 presidential campaign. When she’s not campaigning, Gyankroma Akufo Addo goes by the name of Funmi and lives in a luxury apartment in London. Funmi Akufo Addo has no job. According to her Linkedin account she is a “writer”. However she affords to live in a £575,000 (706,000 US dollars) apartment. Funmi’s home is located at 14 Linden Mews, London N1 4RJ. [gallery size="large" columns="1" ids="993,992"] A private and secluded street, Linden Mews is situated within close proximity to the diverse amenities of Highbury, Canonbury and Islington's popular Upper Street while the green open spaces of Highbury Fields are also very close by. Linden Mews has a particularly high average property price as it is considered one of London’s highly desirable areas to live in. The $500,000 London home of Akufo Addo’s daughter Valerie “I have 5 daughters so I understand the importance of women”, Nana Akufo Addo declared in November 2012. The fifth is Akufo Addo’s step daughter, his wife’s child from a previous relationship. Her name is Valerie Obaze. Just like her sister Funmi, Valerie is an NPP activist and strongly involved in his father’s presidential campaign. And again, just like her sister Funmi, Valerie too has a London home. Valerie Obaze’s apartment is located in East End Road close to the junction of Regents Park Road. It is extremely well placed for access to Finchley Central Underground Station, all the shops and amenities of Ballards Lane as well as the beautiful open space of Avenue House. The exact address is Flat 23, Derby Lodge, East End Road N3 3QG. Valerie’s apartment has an estimated value of £393,000 (481,000 US dollars). The secret luxury London home of Nana Akufo Addo On 27 September 2016, Nana Akufo Addo’s cousin Gabby Otchere-Darko described Nana as an “honest”, “simple” and “incorruptible man”. According to his cousin, Akufo Addo owns only three houses, all located in Ghana (“one built by his father, one built by his mother, and one he built”). Otchere-Darko’s claim is a blatant lie. And that is according to the NPP itself. On 12 January 2014, during one of his months-long stay in London, Akufo Addo was visited by a delegation of Ghanaian Muslims in UK. According to the statement released by the NPP UK, the meeting took place at “Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo -Addo London home”. Couple of NPP UK members, also present at the meeting, bragged on social media, posting pictures of Akufo Addo’s London home. It is obviously a very large and luxurious apartment (there are more than 20 persons, sitting comfortably in the living room) located in an exclusive neighbourhood. [gallery size="large" columns="2" ids="999,1000,1001"] Nana Akufo Addo should answer these legitimate questions: - How many properties he and his family own in the UK? - What is the current value of these properties? - When did they buy the properties? - Why did he and his family choose to spend Ghanaian money in the UK? - Where does the money for his and his family’s luxury life in London come from?