The company had filed a case accusing RRA of seizing their documents, financial records and computers from offices of the company head offices. They also accuse RRA of closing stores that had raw materials which eventually perished, and freezing their bank accounts in Equity Bank and Ecobank.
The company administrators say that they stopped operations after RRA sealed off the property and deployed security guards at the premises.
They claim that they stopped operations on July 13th 2017 which rendered 200 employees jobless, commodities perished, lost clients and affects government revenue collections. .
RRA lawyers, Clement Gatera and Bajeni Byiringiro rejected the allegations saying that all properties have been seized through legal processes.
Court ruled that the case was not valid as RRA actions are within the law. .
The Presiding judge said that seized properties would not be handed back when the company still has tax arrears. He said that seizing bank accounts was done legally and added that there is no proof that the industry was closed down.