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N440m Debt: AMCON Seizes Assets Belonging To Doggi Group



The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) has seized assets belonging to Umaru Baba Abdullahi, the chief promoter of Doggi Group Limited, over a N440 million debt.

AMCON took possession of two properties located at Plot 3810, Cadastral Zone A04, Asokoro District, Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, and Plot 1274, Cadastral Zone B07, Katampe Hills, Katampe District, Abuja.

Jude Nwauzor, AMCON head of corporate communications in his statement said;

“The case of Doggi Group Limited and its promoter has been a protracted issue because the loan was purchased during the first phase of eligible bank assets (EBA) purchase from Union Bank Plc way back in 2011,” a statement released by the corporation on Thursday read.

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“Since then, AMCON has offered the obligor a good measure of olive branches and explored all avenues to resolve the matter amicably, but the obligor, and his company, Doggi Group Limited have remained recalcitrant and unwilling to repay the huge debt to the corporation.

N440m Debt: AMCON Seizes Assets Belonging To Doggi Group

One of the assets seized by AMCON 

“AMCON is chasing to recover over N5trillion in the hands of a few highly sly and uncooperative individuals. Sadly, a good number of them occupy public offices as well as positions of influence in the country.”

“As we have always said in the past, our priority at AMCON has never been to take over anybody’s properties or assets. Our mandate is to recover Nigeria’s money in the hands of these obligors.

“In the case of Doggi Group Limited and its promoter, AMCON did everything any responsible and law-abiding organization ought to do to help the promoter and his business continue to no avail.”

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