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Enugu State Takes Possession of 14 Forfeited Properties from EFCC

Enugu State has received ownership of 14 properties previously forfeited to the Federal Government, as announced by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). The transfer occurred following a request from Governor Peter Mbah’s administration, signifying a collaborative effort between federal and state authorities.

 

During a ceremony held at the EFCC headquarters in Abuja, Executive Chairman Ola Olukoyede officially handed over the properties to Governor Mbah. These assets, which include residential buildings, broadcasting equipment, and a medical facility, will be utilized for the benefit of Enugu State residents.

 

Olukoyede highlighted the longstanding process leading to the forfeiture, dating back to 2007, underscoring the importance of cooperative governance between federal and state entities. He praised Governor Mbah’s initiatives, particularly the proposed state-of-the-art hospital project, emphasizing the broader positive impact on healthcare delivery beyond Enugu State.

 

Governor Mbah expressed gratitude to President Bola Tinubu for facilitating the return of the assets to Enugu State, emphasizing their significance for public welfare. He assured diligent utilization of the properties for the benefit of Enugu residents, commending the EFCC’s role in facilitating the transfer.

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