The National Investment Company of Anguilla Ltd, or NICA for short, is a bad word in
Four or five years ago one of the shareholders, Bob Rogers, one of the revolutionary leaders of
Now, my old friend Collins Richardson of North Hill has contacted me. He tells me that he and Daphne invested their life’s savings in the company. Daphne has now passed away. He is not well himself, and is confined to his home. He wants to make his last will and testament. He does not know if he has anything to leave to his children. He would like to know if his shares are worth anything. He authorized me to tell everyone that I am checking on his behalf. I have checked with Calvert. He tells me that the company has accounts it would like to publish, but it is too expensive to publish to the several thousand shareholders.
I checked with the company. It is listed in the Yellow Pages. No one answered the telephone that is the listed number.
Does any member of the Board of Directors of NICA, or its legal adviser or accountant, want to explain to Collins and to Bob why nothing has been heard of from the company after all these years? I am offering this free forum to explain what you have been doing all these years since you were appointed. I need to get back to Collins as a matter of some urgency.