Why Octavia/Pascal Beveraggi is to sue the Congolese state—not Moïse Katumbi’s Astalia

Why Octavia/Pascal Beveraggi is to sue the Congolese state—not Moïse Katumbi’s Astalia

Jeune Afrique Business+ has obtained details of the strategy adopted by the French businessman’s lawyers, Clifford Chance, Saint Louis Avocats and Tshibandi Law Firm, to recover the assets of NB Mining Africa seized by a decision of certain Congolese courts.

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            ▪ Why Octavia/Pascal Beveraggi is to sue the Congolese state—not Moïse Katumbi’s Astalia

▪ Jeune Afrique Business+ has obtained details of the strategy adopted by the French businessman’s lawyers, Clifford Chance, Saint Louis Avocats and Tshibandi Law Firm, to recover the assets of NB Mining Africa seized by a decision of certain Congolese courts.

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/808099/why-octavia-pascal-beveraggi-is-suing-the-congolese-state-not-moise-katumbis-astalia/

The battle is raging more than ever between Pascal Beveraggi and Moïse Katumbi after the knock-out inflicted by the Congolese politician last September on the boss of NB Mining Africa, as anticipated by Jeune Afrique Business+ (8/04/19).

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