State agencies hungry for new public real estate assets

The current leaders in Conakry are throwing themselves into a race to regain control of illegally acquired public assets, targeting political opponents, businesses and multinationals alike. State agencies are pushing each other out of the way to get ahold of the seized assets. For ANAIM, the state mining agency, it could be a way to help boost its meagre finances. [...] (1063 words)
Issue dated 04/04/2022 Reading time 5 minutes
Ownership of the Fria Base building in Conakry (located on the map) is claimed by the Agence nationale d'aménagement des infrastructures minières (Anaim).
Ownership of the Fria Base building in Conakry (located on the map) is claimed by the Agence nationale d'aménagement des infrastructures minières (Anaim). © Google Maps
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