An African family of 10 has sparked outrage in the United Kingdom after moving into a £425 000 house provided by a council.
Father-of-eight Arnold Sube and wife Jeanne have moved their brood into the home in Milton Keynes after previously complaining about their ‘cramped’ three-bed home in Luton.They even turned down three moves to bigger homes and were presented with an ultimatum to accept another house or be made homeless by Luton Borough Council.
The move has angered neighbours who told the paper it was ‘unfair’ the family did not have to pay rent in a ‘lovely estate’.One neighbour told the Sun: ‘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.’