Feighan ‘owed €48,000 by solicitor Lynn’

Two Roscommon-based TDs produced some of the longest entries on Dáil Éireann’s Register of Members’ Interests list that was published last week by the Clerk of Dáil Éireann Kieran Coughlan. Frank Feighan declared extensive property and stocks interests, and Ballaghaderren-based John O’Mahoney also featured prominently.  Deputy Michael Finneran declared ownership of four premises, with Denis Naughten TD declaring ownership of his constituency office in Roscommon Town and ownership of a 0.7 acre site in Drum, Athlone. Deputy Feighan’s impressive business portfolio includes properties in four countries and an extensive stocks and shares assortment. The Boyle TD has several interests in mining groups and also has shares in Ryanair and Ladbrokes. Mr. Feighan owns property in France, Bulgaria, Hungary, and owns a number of holdings in Sligo. The Fine Gael representatives was also revealed to have been a victim of the controversial solicitor Michael Lynn, whose company KenDar Ltd. owes the Roscommon TD €48,000. Michael Lynn fled the country last winter when faced with criminal investigation for alleged misappropriation of monies. Mayo TD John O’Mahoney declares considerable investments in financial institutions. The Ballaghaderreen resident owns property in Galway city, in Ballaghaderreen, and has two minor property interests in Mayo.