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Over 600 exotic cars, ships, and 11 laptops to be auctioned—Anti-Graft Agency, EFCC

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has announced that the physical examination and auction of the 649 forfeited automobiles, which are spread out throughout nine states and the Federal Capital Territory, will start on Tuesday.

The exercise will also involve the auctioning of 15 ships and barges in Rivers, Delta, and Lagos states, as well as about 39 mobile phones, 11 laptops, and other items.

The activity, which was announced in a public notice advertisement on Friday, is reportedly being conducted by auctioneers chosen by the commission.

The advertisement reads: “From Tuesday, there would be physical and e-auction of the items, which were subject of final forfeiture orders in accordance with its Establishment Act, 2004; Public Procurement Act, 2007; and the Proceeds of Crime (Recovery and Management) Act, 2022.”

The advertisement included the things up for bid in each state, as well as the dates, locations, and websites where bidders may view the items up for electronic bidding online.

The physical auction in Sokoto and Ilorin, respectively, is slated to conclude the exercise, which will be held in multiple and concurrent locations across the affected states and the FCT, on December 20, 2022.

Exotic cars, pricey sport utility vehicles, lorries, buses, and saloon cars are among the items up for auction.

Some of the premium manufacturers include Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon GLK, 4matic, ML, and CLA models; BMW X6, 525i, and other models; Range Rover and Land Rover SUVs; Porsche; Toyota Land Cruiser, Toyota Prado; Lexus LX 570; RX 350; and other pricey models.

Various Toyota, Lexus, Mercedes Benz, Honda, Acura, Mitsubishi, Volkswagen, Audi, Nissan, Infinity, Mazda, and other SUV, space wagon, and saloon model variations are included in the lengthy list.

The advertisement also stated that a number of other items, including a Macbook, iPhones, Samsung phones, and other laptops, would be put up for sale.

According to the commission, the auction is accessible to anybody in Nigeria during the bidding period, with the exception of the commission’s employees and individuals, groups, or organizations against whom the forfeiture order was issued.

 

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