“It is unsuitable,” Mustafa Saeid mentioned. “We’re combating this order. It is bogus.”
Mustafa Saeid additionally reiterated that the corporate concerned within the California concern is separate and distinct from the one looking for to spend money on Gary operations.
The California desist and chorus order, which additionally applies to “Akyumen” and “Akyumen Corp.,” names CEO Aasim Saied and lists the very same Los Angeles handle as its headquarters that Akyumen Industries is registered at within the state of Wyoming, in response to the Wyoming Secretary of State’s Workplace. Aasim Saied is also listed as CEO and secretary of Akyumen Applied sciences in its California registration, in response to the California Secretary of State’s Workplace.
Akyumen Industries lists its mailing handle and principal workplace handle as 645 W. Ninth Avenue, Suite 110-139, Los Angeles, California. That is the handle of the Market Loft Condominiums constructing in downtown Los Angeles.
Akyumen Industries intends to maneuver its headquarters to the Genesis Conference Middle, a 7,000-seat enviornment the place the corporate plans to host live shows, firm officers and the town have introduced. Mustafa Saeid declined to elaborate on the corporate’s plans to reportedly open a film and music studio and create a wise metropolis in Gary, saying the corporate would reveal the small print later.
Aasim Saied, Mustafa Saeid and legal professional Yasir Billoo have integrated no less than six totally different companies with some variation of the Akyumen identify since 2012 in Florida, California and Wyoming, data in these states present. In Florida, they integrated Akyumen Ventures LLC in 2012, Akyumen Applied sciences Corp. in 2013, Akyumen Applied sciences Mobility LLC in 2014 and Akyumen Corp. in 2017, in response to the Florida Secretary of State’s Workplace. Aasim Saied and Scott Lybbert integrated Akyumen Applied sciences in California in 2016, with Saied listed as CEO and secretary and Lybbert listed as chief monetary officer, data there present.