Articles in Nakriskaya Gazeta, a news outlet of Nakri, Domain, Amarr Empire, dated 14 Mar YC123
GAGANA ANNOUNCE RESCUE BUYOUT, NAKRI NOBLE FAMILY RELEASE STATEMENT
Troubled Private Military Contractor, Gagana Defence Solutions announced today that it received this week an offer to buy the company in its entirety, saving it from liquidation. Gagana’s Board of Directors confirmed that the offer had been accepted and that, effective immediately, the company was now an asset of the deSilvestris Family. Accompanying the Gagana spokespeople at the announcement was the Head of deSilvestris Family, Lord Vladimir deSIlvestris, who said that the offer had been made “in recognition of the valuable contribution” on the part of Gagana toward the defence of the Empire, as well as the “economy of our home in Nakri”, being an important employer of “military skill, knowledge, and expertise”.
Asked if the structure of Gagana would be significantly affected, Lord deSilvestris replied, “the necessity of some form of restructuring of the company is appreciated by everyone involved”, but that whilst "a possible rebranding is being considered, there is no reason to make any drastic changes in the make up of the company. " Lord deSilvestris acknowledged the experience of the member of the Board of Directors, stating that, “where possible, we would like to keep that valuable knowledge going forward.”
Lord deSilvestris was also asked to comment on the ongoing smear campaign against his family, but would say only that “the matter is being dealt with by the appropriate authorities, with whom we will co-operate and assist fully.” Pressed on whether he felt that the presence of agents and operatives from Sarum Police and the Ministry of Internal Order may damage the reputation of his family, Nakri nobility, or the system in general, Lord deSilvestris commented that he felt the arrival of those parties “to be an honour for all loyal, faithful, and right-minded subjects of Her Imperial Majesty. It shows that we humble servants here in Nakri are worthy of the care and attention of the finest, most diligent agents of both Her Majesty, and our Lord Sarum. We could not be in safer hands.” Lord deSilvestris declined to comment further on the matter, stating that he felt it “more appropriate to await certain outcomes”.