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GTB Says Innoson Lied, The Alleged Judgement Under Circulation Does Not Exist …..Learn to settle this matter out of court/BA

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GTB fires back

Innoson Lied, The Alleged Judgement Under Circulation Does Not Exist – GTBANK

The Guaranty Trust Bank has described as false, mischievous and malicious the story being circulated by the Media Aide of Innoson Group, Cornel Osigwe through which claimed that the Supreme Court ordered the bank to pay the CEO of Innoson Group, Innocent Chukwuma a total of fourteen billion naira. The bank further advised the public to ignore such story and reiterated its resolve never to comment on a matter that is still before a court of law.

Read the full statement as released by the Bank below:

The attention of GTBank has been drawn to false, mischievous and malicious statements circulating in the news and social media in respect of a purported directive by the Supreme Court of Nigeria to the Bank to make payments to one of its debtor Customers.

The Bank’s Customers and the General Public are hereby kindly urged to disregard these false statements as nothing could be further from the truth.There was no directive or Order issued by the Supreme Court of Nigeria to the Bank to make any payment to any of its debtor Customers.

The Bank as a highly responsible corporate citizen will in accordance with its culture and tradition refrain from making comments about on-going litigation matters and will continue to focus on using legal means to recover its bad debts.

It must be emphasised that the Bank remains undeterred in its recovery drive against recalcitrant debtors.

We again reiterate that there is no iota of truth in the falsehood being peddled by desperate and mischievous elements and the General Public should disregard same in its entirety.

The Bank remains committed to providing best-in-class customer experience to all its valued Customers.

We thank you for your continued support and patronage.

For the bank,
Erhi Obebeduo
Company Secretary.

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