Tuesday, September 3, 2019, 08:20AM
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Seplat has been made aware of media publications on the issuance of an interim
order by the Federal High Court, Abuja, against the Defendants (Shebah
Exploration & Production Company Ltd., Allene Ltd., and Or. A. B. C.
Orjiako, (who is also the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Seplat)
granting leave to the Plaintiff/Applicant (Asset Management Corporation of
Nigeria (AMCON)) to foreclose on the assets of the Defendants.
stated in the NSE announcement dated 17th October 2018 of the same
subject, Seplat is not a party to the litigation. The Company will continue to
monitor the progress of this suit and would issue further communication on the
matter as appropriate.
announcement is being made by the Company in accordance with Rule 17.10,
Rulebook of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, 2015 (issuers' Rule).
H1 2019 Earnings
Update: SEPLAT Remains On Track To Deliver Solid Gains
Notification of Dealing in Shares by a PDMR
N37.49 billion Profit in Q2 2019 Results,(SP:N490.00k)
the Appointment of Madame Nathalie Delapalme as a Non-Executive Director
Reschedules Capital Markets Day at the Nigerian Stock Exchange
SEPLAT to Host
Capital Markets Event at the London Stock Exchange
the Allegation of Short-Changing FG by $1.8bln, N8.8bln
Development Company Plc Announces Resolutions At Its AGM Held May 16th, 2019
Seplat Plc -
Still Cheap Despite Short-Term Drags
Development Company Plc-Tax Credit Masks Weak Operating Performance
N10.02bn PAT in Q1 2019 Results,(SP:N575.00k)
Full Year 2018 Final Dividend Currency Exchange Rates
N44.87 billion PAT in 2018 Audited Results; Proposes $0.05 Final Dividend