ICC puts Zubi’s Zintani kidnappers’ assets under UN trusteeship
The International Criminal Court has received a list if businessmen and military senior leaders from Zintan city involved in the kidnapping of the consultant, Sulaiman Zubi, a GNC member, said Zubi’s son, Zakareya.
Zakareya added that those Zintani figures will have their properties and assets abroad placed under the UN trusteeship.
He indicated that the Zintan military council admitted kidnapping his father to the UN security adviser, Paolo Serra, when he last visited Zintan.
“They told Paolo Serra that my father was kidnapped by Alajami Aletiry force, which is a militia loyal to Dignity Operation (Karama) and its leader Khalifa Hafrar.” Zakereya said.
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