Former Super Eagles captain, Nwankwo Kanu, has bemoaned the lack of due process over the fate of his property, Hardley Apartments, which is under renovation by The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria, despite the matter being in court.
Hardley Apartments, located at No. 46 Waziri Ibrahim Crescent, Victoria Island, Lagos is owned by Kanu, but has been put under the temporary possession of AMCON by an ex parte order of a court on account of indebtedness, reports Completesports.com.
According to Kanu, while the case is still awaiting final judgment at the Federal High Court , Lagos on the January 31, Hardley Apartments has been renovated when he visited the premises on Monday.
“I was notified that my hotel (Hardley Apartments) is currently under renovation when the case is still in court,” the two-time CAF Player of the Year told Completesports.com in front of the premises.
“I came here to establish that my property has been taken over while the case is still in court. Ideally, nobody should be allowed into the premises since the matter is still in court, but this is different.
“I have served this country for over 16 years winning laurels and this premises housed all my medals which I won during my playing career, the Olympic torch which I carried in honour of the country in 2012, and memorable pictures are all here but I hope they are not all gone.”