Abeer Al-Mistakawi, sister of the pilot’s wife, Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr, wrote on her Facebook page: “The subject of the so-called Muhammad Ramadan’s statement that the state reserves his money in the banks that form the social media template is nothing but a seizure of 6 million pounds in the bank, and this is the amount of special compensation. With the most honorable mercy of God be upon him.”
And Abeer Al-Mistakawi added: “The issue has no invitation to the country, nor Egypt’s greed for its money, not even the meat of its shoulders.. He likes to make any propaganda and salvation.. This is based on this statement.”
Yesterday, Muhammad Ramadan published a video clip of him through his personal account on the social networking site Instagram, in which he announced the reservation of his money in a bank.
Muhammad Ramadan said: “I woke up in the morning on the phone that the state kept my money, and said that I and my money belong to my country… and the people and the peasants who are like Mapisibbo in the Beseibo bank in their home.”
Lawyer Shaaban Hussein and the legal advisor to the Syndicate of Representative Professions revealed to Sada Al-Balad the reason for the seizure of the artist’s money, Mohamed Ramadan, in the banks. And the seizure of the money of the artist, Mohamed Ramadan, in the banks is a precautionary seizure, and the state has nothing to do with that.
The heirs of the pilot, Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr, seized the money of Muhammad Ramadan in order to obtain the amount that the court ruled as compensation for the pilot, Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr.
He added that what is rumored that the state seized his money or prevented him from controlling it is incorrect. This is a natural procedure that occurs in all rulings that are enforceable with all people, not only Muhammad Ramadan.
Also, the family of the late had made a financial reservation “debted to others” in this bank only and not in all banks as was rumored.