Özz Nûjen and his sister bought – through the family-owned company Hyrfrid AB – in March 2015 the old school in Tingstäde for almost SEK 4 000 000 SEK. Since then, extensive renovation work has been carried out.
And it was during the prosecution against terrorist Rakhmat Akilov, 39, it appeared that he had done work for the Nûjen family in Gotland. For this, he should have received payment of a total amount of around SEK 85,000 (off-the-books) from various members of the Nûjen family for the work he did.
Özz Nûjen says he himself does not know anything about Rakhmat Akilov doing the work for the family:
“I do not know anything about it. All procurement and contacts with different companies, construction workers and craftsmen have been handled by my brother-in-law, who has been a project manager there. So I actually have no idea or can say anything more.” Regards Özz, “he wrote in a text message to Helagotland.se.
In police hearings, Akilov states that he worked on Gotland:
“I worked there for a couple of months,” says Akilov.
“I worked as an painter, or painter assistant, the job was to tear up, clean and… yes clean.”
Rakhmat Akilov is the person suspected of the terrorist attack in Stockholm on April 7 last year when he was running over people with a stolen truck on Drottninggatan. In total, five people lost their lives and many were injured.
The work that Rakhmat Akilov performed for the family was done before he executed the terrorist attack on Drottninggatan. The first money transfer made to Akilov was on September 13, 2015 and the last transfer was made on October 26, 2015. The largest payment was made of SEK 29,300 and came from Özz Nûjen’s sister and her partner.