Fidelity bank denies petition against frank Nneji


Says ABC not owing bank

Fidelity Bank Plc has denied knowledge of N14bn petitions of indebtedness against Mr. frank Nneji one of the leading gubernatorial aspirants on the platform of the All Progressive Grand Alliance.
In a statement by the authorities of Fidelity Bank dated 26th September 2018 and made available to Nigeria Moment disclosed that the purported indebtedness petition against Mr. Nneji never emanated from the bank and they did not authorize anyone to do, adding that neither Nneji nor ABC transport is indebted to the bank.

Also in their submission, Brent Akomas representing Frank Nneji Campaign Organization described the rumours of indebtedness as not only falsehood, but ridiculous and from the pit of hell. “Our attention has been drawn to yet another vile and ridiculous rumour targeted at our Principal, leading All Progressive Grand Alliance gubernatorial candidate Mr. Frank Nneji OON.

He immediately dismissed the fake story that Mr. Nneji has been disqualified from contesting the party’s gubernatorial primaries on the basis of a petition written by Fidelity Bank to APGA alleging that Mr. Nneji owes the bank 14 Billion Naira. The organization therefore urged the public to disregard the false story, pointing out that Mr. Nneji is conspicuously in the gubernatorial race and hopeful to pick the ticket of the party after then primaries.


By Ozirim Eke

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