The African Intelligence website has revealed that Haftar's two sons, Oqba and Al-Muntasir, have appointed a business agent named Muhammad Al-Rababa on most of their investment companies in the US state of Virginia, without waiting for the results of the lawsuits filed against their father before the American courts.
The French website indicated that there are real estate companies affiliated with Oqba Haftar, namely, "Eastern Brothers Group", which has become called "ABG Estate" and "APCO Investments", in addition to the companies "Kissimton Investment" and "Eastfield Holding", and the suspended transport company "International Pelikan Line.
Africa Intelligence added that Haftar’s two sons, a few months before the transfers, established two new companies, the “Global Venture Consulting” company for Oqba Haftar last April, for which Mohammed Al-Rababa also became the sole agent in August 2021, and the “Laptis Magna” company run by Al-Muntasir Haftar in May 2021.
The intelligence website explained that these two companies have no trace of the activity, adding that most of the companies are registered at the same address in Virginia, where Haftar is facing charges of war crimes and did not appear in court to testify and may face a hypothetical judgment in the coming weeks if he does not.
Africa Intelligence said that Oqba and Al-Muntasir are keen to stay away from the daily management of their American companies, explaining that the family's assets are already targeted by some plaintiffs for compensation, noting that the value of real estate in Virginia is eight million dollar, according to what was previously revealed by The Wall Street Journal.