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Day 3 Of Sale Of Forfeited Real Estate: EFCC Records 26 Successful Bids In Abuja

On Wednesday, the third day of the ongoing sale of forfeited real estate, including apartments and plots of land by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, in Abuja, saw 26 bidders emerge as winners of various properties.

A total of 39 properties in Lot 5, spread throughout various areas of the Federal Capital Territory, were put up for sale during the session through a competitive bidding process, according to a statement from the Commission’s spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren. Starting at 10 am and lasting until 8:30 pm, the exercise.

“At the end of the exercise, a total of 26 bids were successful, while 13 properties not taken either for non-compliance with the guidelines or the highest bid falling short of the reserve price, or due to a tie as was the case in respect of the property listed as number 33 in the Lot, were re-opened to fresh bids until Monday, 16th January 2023 when the bids will be opened.

“Other properties affected by this fresh bid offer are listed as numbers: 1, 3, 4,5,6,10,15, 18,29,30,31 and 34 in Lot 5.”

The Executive Chairman of the EFCC, Abdulrasheed Bawa who witnessed the exercise expressed excitement at the well organized and coordinated event, thanking the bidders for their cooperation.

“The process we are adopting is what is practiced across the world. We had Valuers who valued the properties and we already know the worth of each property and we expect to sell to the highest bidder who exceeds our reserve price because we need to raise money for the Federal Government to execute and complete some of the major infrastructure projects across the country.

“We got feedback from people who are asking why we are not doing it online so that more people can participate. We have tried all of that and it is now left for us to use discretion to work with methods that will help the process to be more transparent for every Nigerian to see,” he said.

One of the bid winners, Chetanna Chukwudo commended the Commission for a job well done and urged it to keep up with the good work as Nigerians expect a lot from her.

“I am happy today because it feels good to be a winner, nobody wants to lose. The process was thorough and transparent but in the end we won. I want to say well done to the organizers,“ he said.

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