Following an ECOWAS court ruling, a plane operated by Ivorian Airlines was confiscated. Details of this extraordinary court case are here.
According to our information, the Congo-Mali businessman Omar Tiwara On November 22, an Airbus A319 registered TU-TSZ was captured in Mali. National company Air Côte d’Ivoire. The move follows a court decision of the court on October 22 Egovas Re-allocate about 50 hectares of land confiscated by Abidjan Court ruling in 2020, as well as pay 1.3 billion CFA francs in compensation.
These lands, located in the cities of Angré, Assinie, Bingerville and Abatta, are valued at CFAF 15 billion. One of the projects involved is to accommodate a section of the future Y4 motorway that will transcend economic capital. Still awaiting the execution of the judgment, the investor is active in the oil and gas sector in Central Africa and in the transportation of refined and food products.West African interior, Decided to confiscate the property of the Ivory state.
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