Illicit drug deals: UK to dissolve company owned by suspected Columbia drug barons after receiving $4m from Tinubu’s AlphaBeta
The “Summit Integrated Services Ltd”, company registered in the United Kingdom as an Engineering Design Company under the following Columbians, Eparquio Jose Gonzalez Oliveros (male 60), Maria Alejandra Gonzalez (female 29), Jose Daniel Gonzalez (male 28), Andrea Carolina Gonzalez (female 34) and Lucila Soto (female 65) from Baranquilla, famous for drug Cartels is now being dissolved in the UK since the whistleblowing article on $4 million transferred to Summit Integrated Services from Tinubu’s AlphaBeta made it to the public
Due to the rise of drug cartels in the 80s and 90s and its maritime proximity to the US and Central America, the city of Barranquilla and its port has been a major cocaine and white heroine export hub.
According to Columbia Reports, the city has seen a surge in violence as illegal armed groups battle for control over its seaports and container terminals.
A report by the medical examiner’s office, reveals that 204 people were murdered in the largest port city in the first seven months of 2022, a 20% increase compared to the same period in 2020.
Also, investigative journalism website La Liga Contra El Silencio, reveals that the violence is due to a war between local drug syndicate “Los Costeños” and Colombia’s largest paramilitary organization AGC.
Correspondent information in Columbia reveals that Eparquio Jose Gonzalez is a local trucking and storage business owner in Barranquilla, Columbia
Meanwhile, the the total net worth of the Summit Integrated Services Ltd, as stated on Colombian public record is less than $50,000. This is hardly a significant business entity in global terms, yet its owner apparently maintains a United Kingdom briefcase company that receives millions of dollars.
The disturbing question that remains unanswered is, why did Alpha Beta Consultants, a business owned by Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) who was indicted for drug related offences transfer $4,396.063.33 to this briefcase entity owned by an unknown Colombian “entrepreneur” based in Barranquilla, a major global cocaine export hub in 2015?
However, in a recent First Gazette Notice obtained by News Band Newspaper from Companies House, plans are on the way to strike off Summit Integrated Services Ltd from the register of companies in the UK.
Part of the notice reads, “The registrar of companies gives notice that, unless cause is shown to the contrary, the Companies will struck off the registration and dissolved not less than 2 months from the date shown above.
“Upon the company’s dissolution, all property and rights vested in, or held in trust for, the Company are deemed to be bona vacantia, and will be belong to the Crown.