Peter Obi’s Company Dissolved In UK|| Fire Burns Down Facilities In Catholic Seminary

UK authorities dissolve Peter Obi’s company, Next International
For failing to submit its annual accounts, authorities in the United Kingdom, UK, have struck off Next International (UK) Limited, a company largely owned by Nigerian top politician and presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi.

Checks by PREMIUM TIMES revealed that the company was removed from the record in September 2021 following a first and second gazette notice of “compulsory” strike off of the entity.

In the UK, a compulsory strike-off is imposed on a company by creditors or by the Companies House for non-submission of annual accounts or failure to notify Companies House about a change of official registered office address. Once a company is struck off, its details will be removed from the Companies House register and the company ceases to exist.

Next International (UK) Limited failed to submit its annual accounts for the year 2020, hence, the company was struck off and dissolved in 2021.
Source: Premium Times

Fire razes Catholic Seminary in Kaduna
St. Peter Minor Seminary, located along the Kaduna-Abuja Expressway in Katari village, Kaduna State, has been razed by fire.

Rev. Fr. Christian Okewu Emmanuel, the Vice Chancellor, Catholic Archdiocese of Kaduna, made the disclosure in a statement.

According to the statement, “This is to inform the general public that St Peter Minor Seminary, Kateri, situated along Kaduna-Abuja Road, was gutted by fire today, 10th January, 2023.”

The statement explained that the fire outbreak razed down two dormitories, dinning hall, kitchen and laboratory of the seminary.

The statement also explained that further information on the incident would be communicated in due course.

It said that the cause of the fire as of the time of the press release had not been ascertained.
Source: DailyPost