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Wednesday, 12 July 2017

HERITAGE BANK SAYS STAFF NOT INVOLVED IN N150 MILLION FRAUD


Following the report trending online in the early hours of Tuesday, July 11, 2017, that staff of one of Nigeria’s telecom service, MTN and Heritage Bank have been enmeshed in fraud, the latter has issued a press release to that effect, stating categorically that no such thing ever happened at the Bank.
Read the statement below.
Our attention has been brought to the report published by an online news blog, Per Second News, in which it was purported that ‘three of Heritage Bank staff’ were involved in an N150million fraud in collusion with two of MTN’s staff.
Heritage Bank Plc wants to categorically state that the following persons said to have been the perpetrators of the fraud; Oyelade Shola-Isaac, 32, Osuolale Hammid, 40, and Akeem eritage Bank Plc at any time.
We wish to make it clear that Heritage Bank disproves the antics of such blogger, who seems determined to discredit the institution, even to the extent of risking being seen clearly as careless and unprofessional. We consider it our duty to continue to provide our stakeholders with accurate information where it concerns us, as your confidence and support is of utmost importance to us.
Signed:
Management

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