Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Is It Lawful To Sell Frozen Properties Before A Commission Of Inquiry Submits Its Recommendation To The President For Action?

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QUESTION OF THE DAY

The Court of Appeal has confirmed what Foroyaa has been conveying all this while that assets frozen during a Commission of Inquiry must not be sold. They should be held in public trust until the Commission makes its recommendation. The Court of Appeal has given a verdict in that regard. The tractors and other assets frozen should not be auctioned but should be held.

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