Monday, 31 October 2016

Fury as benefits Cameroonian family of eight moves to a £425,000 dream house

Fury as benefits Cameroon-born dad of eight who complained house was too small handed keys to plush £425,000, 4-bed detached pad on posh street. The family’s new home has a master bedroom with ensuite, three double bedrooms, a dining room and a garage.

A BENEFIT family who moaned about their four-bed home have been moved to a £425,000 dream house. Arnold Sube, his wife and eight kids have cost taxpayers £238,000 in four years. His move to Milton Keynes, Bucks, caused outrage. 



The family’s detached pad has a master bedroom with ensuite, and three further double bedrooms. There is a dining room, a utility room off the kitchen and an integral garage, plus gardens and a driveway.

It should all be enough to keep any father happy, even one who brazenly claimed to The Sun his family was being “neglected” when their previous four-bedroom home felt too cramped.

Mr Sube and wife Jeanne are on benefits adding up to £44,000 a year and the family has cost taxpayers a total of £238,000 since arriving in Britain in 2012.

Yesterday several neighbours said they thought it “unfair” the family now did not have to pay a penny towards their £1,200 a month rent.

One woman said: “If you have eight kids you should not expect to be bailed out. The father has played the system and won.

“They are extremely fortunate. This is a lovely estate. Parents are desperate to move here.”

2 comments:

  1. they also need free birth control by force! greed.

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  2. £238,000 since arriving in Britain in 2012 is a drop in the ocean compared to what Britain took out of the Southern Cameroons. Papi, chop dat unpaid wages of slavery on our behalf.

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