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Trademore to EFCC: unseal our estates

Our Reporter


The administration of Trademore Worldwide Holding Restricted has given the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) an ultimatum to unseal its estates.

The authorized consultant, Nwoke John Kalu Esq., suggested the company to take away the discover of seizure positioned on the respective estates inside 48 hours.

EFCC sealed Luxurious Flats, Millennium Flats and Ogwumabiri Occasion Centre in Umuahia.

However Trademore faulted the motion, saying it was carried out “with out due diligence”.

“As an organization, we’re deeply startled by this growth because the proprietor of those properties is a profitable enterprise man with no involvement in politics in any respect.

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“We anticipated an intensive due diligence from a corporation like EFCC earlier than going forward to mark our housing estates,” John Kalu mentioned in a press release.

“This shouldn’t be occurring, it sends a foul sign to these planning to put money into Nigeria. There ought to be an enabling surroundings for companies to function with out being caught in political video games or be victims of inaccuracies.”

Trademore mentioned it was a incontrovertible fact that the corporate’s estates in Abuja at the moment accommodate over 30 EFCC members of employees.

“Our determination to put money into Abia state was not solely contribute to the state’s financial system and supply respectable reasonably priced housing for the folks, however to additionally present alternatives for employment,” the assertion added.