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AMCON confiscates Inducon Nigeria assets over N1.3billion debt


Following an order by Honourable Justice Aikawa of the Federal High Court, Lagos, the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON), said it has taken over an asset belonging to Dr. John Warimeme Abebe, the Chief Promoter of Inducon Nigeria Limited, over a staggering indebtedness of over N1.3billion.
In compliance to the enforcement order, AMCON at the weekend took effective possession of the property situated at Plot 12, Block 108, Lekki Peninsula Residential Scheme, Lagos, through its Debt Recovery Agent – Ogunsola Shonibare L.P.

The Court also ordered that the bank accounts of the company and its Directors, Dr. John Warimeme Abebe, Mr. Olawole Fatimilehin, and Ademola Buraimoh are frozen pending the final determination of the suit.


The case of Inducon Nigeria Limited and its promoters has been interminable shortly after the loan was purchased by AMCON during the 1st phase of Eligible Bank Asset (EBA) purchases from the defunct FinBank (now FCMB) since 2011.

Since the purchase, AMCON has offered the obligor several concessions and explored all avenues to resolve the debt harmoniously, but the obligor and his company have remained recalcitrant and unenthusiastic to repay the huge debt to AMCON. They have consistently reneged on several promises they made in the past during negotiations. This prompted the debt recovery agency to evoke the Corporation’s asset tracing powers granted it under the AMCON (Amendment No. 2) Act, 2019.
Confirming the take-over, Head, Corporate Communications, AMCON, Jude Nwauzor, also said all avenues of peaceful resolution were explored to no avail before the hard decision was taken.

He emphasised that the enforcement option is usually the last resort for the Corporation whenever a recalcitrant obligor decides to be unreasonable.


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