PGR seizes Medical Centre

  • Edifício da Luanda  Medical center
Luanda – The Angolan Attorney General's Office (PGR) recovered, last Friday, the Luanda Medical Centre building and three other properties built with public funds

According to a PGR note, the asset recovery is part of the investigation process number 14/2020, which involves the companies Messene Investimentos Limitada, Heave Grupo Investimentos-Limitada, Universal Sabedoria S.A and Luanda Medical Center S.A.

 

According to the note, these companies voluntarily handed over to the National Service of Asset Recovery, an institution under the supervision of the PGR, the Luanda Medical Centre building, the Hotel Monalisa Residence, Eucaliptos real estate project towers and Sapiens Institute building.

 

The PGR clarifies that the public funds that the real estate assets were constituted with funds from the National Social Security Institute (INSS), having been under the management of the referred companies without any contribution to the State.

 

The PGR mentions that due to the public character of the Medical Centre, measures must be taken to guarantee its normal operation.

According to a PGR note, the asset recovery is part of the investigation process number 14/2020, which involves the companies Messene Investimentos Limitada, Heave Grupo Investimentos-Limitada, Universal Sabedoria S.A and Luanda Medical Center S.A.

 

According to the note, these companies voluntarily handed over to the National Service of Asset Recovery, an institution under the supervision of the PGR, the Luanda Medical Centre building, the Hotel Monalisa Residence, Eucaliptos real estate project towers and Sapiens Institute building.

 

The PGR clarifies that the public funds that the real estate assets were constituted with funds from the National Social Security Institute (INSS), having been under the management of the referred companies without any contribution to the State.

 

The PGR mentions that due to the public character of the Medical Centre, measures must be taken to guarantee its normal operation.