Trademore Int’l gives EFCC 48 hours to unseal estates

The Management of Trademore International Holding Limited has given the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) 48 hours ultimatum to unseal its ‘wrongly’ sealed estates.

To this end, the Trademore International has therefore called for an immediate removal of the notice of seizure placed by the Economic And Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) on all its estates.

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Trademore Int'l gives EFCC 48 hours to unseal estates

A statement issued on Thursday and signed by the company’s legal representative, Nwoke Kalu, said that the commission had, without due diligence, sealed the following estates: Luxury Apartments, Millennium Apartments, and Ogwumabiri Event center located along Bank Road and Finbars Road, Umuahia, Abia state.

According to the statement, the Trademore estates are owned by a private businessman and have been wrongly marked by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) as a property of a PDP chieftain under the agency’s investigation.

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A statement issued on Thursday and signed by the company’s legal representative, Nwoke Kalu, said that the commission had, without due diligence, sealed the following estates: Luxury Apartments, Millennium Apartments, and Ogwumabiri Event center located along Bank Road and Finbars Road, Umuahia, Abia state.

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