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Hakimi’s Mother Finally Reacts To Her Son’s Wealth Transfer

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Saida Mouh, the mother of PSG defender Achraf Hakimi, has finally responded to news that her son has transferred all of his assets to her.

Remember that Hakimi dribbled his ex-wife, Hiba Abouk, in their divorce procedure by putting all his riches in his mother’s name to deprive the mother of his two children a handsome divorce settlement?

Mrs Saida Mouh’s reaction to the news was that there was nothing improper even if the news of her son transferring all of his belongings to her was accurate.

According to her, Hakimi, 24, would be unable to divorce his 36-year-old wife unless he took dramatic measures.

“If he has taken any action to protect himself, I am unaware of it,” Hakimi’s mother told Morocco World News.

“What is the issue if the news is true?” My son will not be able to get rid of that woman [Hiba Abouk] unless he accomplishes this.”

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