Following Enabulele’s complaints to The Guardian that he had been unable to get his share certificates from DVCF Oil and Gas Plc. since the company completed its IPO and his inability to get returns from both Beco Petroleum Products Limited and Investment and Allied Insurance Plc., The Guardian contacted the registrars of the concerned companies to ascertain the true position of Enabulele’s case.
Africa Prudential Registrars Plc., 220B, Ikorodu Road, Palmgrove Lagos, telephone 234-7080606400, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, which handles Beco register of shareholders, advised Enabulele to contact them (Registrars) directly through the above address for solution to his complaints.
When The Guardian contacted Unity Registrars Limited, a staff of the firm, who identified himself simply as Mr. Ikotun, told The Guardian that Enabulele might have failed to fill e-dividend form or furnish them (registrar) with his latest address, which has made them unable to reach him.
Ikotun entreated The Guardian to tell Enabulele to contact Unity Registrar through Phone: 08085009235, email: email@example.com, for prompt attention.
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