UK Crown Prosecution Service Set to Lift Restraining Order on Benedict Peters

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Information reaching this medium from reliable Government sources indicates that reprieve is on the way of Mr Benedict Peters the Executive vice chairman of Aiteo Group.

Mr Peters has been having a running battle with the Economic and Financial crimes commission EFCC Nigeria and the UK National Crimes Agency.

The crown prosecution service had in 2016 put a restraining order on the properties of Mr Benedict Peters and his companies colinwood Limited and Rosewood investments Limited.

Mr Peters has been having a running battle in different courts in trying to lift the restraining order but to no avail.

Indication shows that Mr Peters resorted to diplomatic means to resolve the issues in the United kingdom which is yielding results.

It is believed that the intervention of the British prime minister Theresa May through the Foreign and commonwealth office is yielding results.

Benedict Peters company is one of the fastest growing companies in Africa in the oil and gas sector.

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