Anambra seals off 2 Union Homes Saving and Loan

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The Anambra State government yester­day fixed off two branches of Union Homes Saving and Loan in Onitsha and Nnewi.

The activity was an enforce­ment of the request of an Onit­sha High Court issued on December 14, 2014.

A group of staff of Internal Revenue Service, drove by the Head of Enforcement Mr. Basil A. Onwuzulume ar­rived the Onitsha branch of the bank at 11.30am yester­day and told the few staff of the bank on obligation to pack their things and leave, in light of the fact that he arrived with his group to impact a request of the court got against the bank for inability to get together with its assessment commitments.

The bank was said to be owing settlement of its Pay As You Earn reasonings produced using its staff between January 2002 and December 2007, adding up to more than N450 million.

Not long after they moved out, Mr. Onwuzulume bolted the passages to the bank and closed the entryways to pre­vent development all through premises.

From that point, the group headed to the workplace of the bank at Bank Road Nnewi, where a comparative activity was done.

In answer to an inquiry, Mr. Onwuzulume said the seal off of the two branches of the bank was the peak of arrangement of bids and interac­tions between the Internal Revenue Service, Anambra State and the powers of the bank over its duty avoidance.

He clarified that when all speaks to agree fizzled, his office went to court and ob­tained court judgment since December 2014.