Nika Rurua’s daughter Mari Ana Rurua has bought shares of the “Mtavari Arkhi” Channel, with the application having already been registered in the National Agency of Public Registry; however, these changes have not yet been enforced.
The company shares are given away by one of the shareholders Kakhaber Anjaparidze, who has alienated 2.5% of shares out of 46.5% for 2 5000 GEL.
On Sept 24, Anjaparidze sold his 2.5% of stocks to Rurua’s brother for 2, 5000 GEL; Giorgi Rurua was obliged to carry out investments in the amount of 250, 000 USD.
After the changes had been registered, Nika Gvaramia became an owner of the controlling package (51%), with Kakhaber Anjaparidze being left 44% and Giorgi Rurua and Mari Anna Rurua 2.5% of shares respectively.
The “Mtavari Arkhi” TV Channel was founded by Nika Gvaramia, who was removed from the post of director of Rustavi 2 TV Company. He decided to found a new channel after being forced to leave Rustavi 2.