DDoSecrets publishes more than 1 lakh emails of the UAE’s Private Office!

DDoSecrets has published over 1,53,584 emails from the Private Office of Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan who is the former National Security Advisor of the United Arab Emirates. Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan is also the brother of the newly elected President of UAE. Around, 280.9 GB of data were leaked, including this e-mails. Consequently, the emails were leaked through the DDoSecrets servers.

The UAE provides shell companies to hide their true owners and runs an anti-corruption regulatory system. UAE’s approach to money is linked several gold smuggling and other criminal activities. About this, more than 11.9 Million files are contained in the Pandora Papers. After investigation, the report stated that the offshore companies of UAE are a part of an international network of accountants, lawyers and others who help make Offshore finance possible. The research showed that this building belonged to Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed al Nahyan. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed bin Zayed will soon become the UAE president. Additionally, the Pandora Papers has several internal records related the UAE. This showed that there are Offshore holdings of at least 35 of the UAEs ruling family members.The data reveals that Sheikh Hazza, a Emirati monarch, has Offshore holdings.

Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan is the fifth son of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan who is the founder and first President of UAE. Sheikh Hazza was the United Arab Emirates National Security Advisor. Also, he was appointed by the Federal Decree of 2006. It was issued by His Highness the Head of State for National Security Advisor. In 2006, he was also elected as Chairman of First Gulf Bank. He was the succeessor of the chairman position from Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, his other brother. Additionally, on 12 December 2010, he was appointed as a member of Executive Council of Abu Dhabi.

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