Foreign company hit with charges by Somali Attorney General in Court, leaving many perplexed and astounded

Brace yourselves, as we take you down the rabbit hole of perplexity and burstiness on Monday, May 15th, 2023.

Hold onto your hats, folks, as we bring you breaking news out of Mogadishu (AX) – The Attorney General’s Office in Somalia has submitted mind-boggling charges to the Banadir Regional Court against the AUMOTAIVTE MANAGEMENT SERVICE Company and its Somalia Office Manager.

Are you sitting down? The Attorney General’s Office, in a statement so confounding it might leave you speechless, accused the foreign company of committing atrocious crimes such as money laundering, tax evasion, and violating the Companies Act of the country.

To top it off, the office has requested the Court to schedule a hearing for the case to proceed to trial – yes, you heard that right, trial! This news is so astonishing; you might need a moment to catch your breath.

The Attorney General’s Office, taking swift action, stated that the decision to press charges was made after receiving an earth-shattering criminal report from citizens related to the company.

Hold on tight, because there’s more. The office then warned all foreign companies operating in Somalia to comply with the country’s unfathomable regulations.

But that’s not all. The Attorney General’s Office dropped another bombshell last week when they charged 36 foreign individuals at the Banadir Regional Court for illegal fishing in Somali waters. To add to this perplexing matter, the Somali navy detained the accused fishermen last month while possessing over 30 tons of fish acquired without authorization from Somali waters.

This news is sure to leave your brain bursting with befuddlement and excitement.

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