Arisekola’s Debt Recovery: First Bank Discredits Forgery ReportsBusiness, Latest News Thursday, September 8th, 2016
By Seun Adebosin
BALTIMORE, MD (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – First Bank of Nigeria (FBN) has discredited the media publications on allegation of forgery against its officers, by late Abdul Azeez Arisekola Alao’s son, Ismail, with respect to the Deed of Guarantee of Lister Oil Limited.
FBN in a statement made available to AFRICAN EXAMINER confirmed that the Bank and the late Arisekola-Alao’s family were currently locked in a “protracted legal matter in respect to a recovery process over a debt owed the bank”.
The Bank however alleged that the “forgery claim” in the media now seemed the new tactics being employed by the bank’s debtors to scuttle the recovery process.
“To set the record straight and for public Information, we categorically state that the allegation is untrue, spurious and deliberate attempt at the discoloration of facts” FBN replied.
FBN reiterated that the forgery allegation was untrue, spurious and calculated for “mischief”.
Short URL: http://www.africanexaminer.com/?p=35472