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Mistaken Transfer Of N573m To Prophet Omale Was A False Statement – FCMB

by Mustapha Olamide
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The First City Monument Bank (FCMB) has exposed the news getting out and about that the affirmed N573 million found in the record of Emmanuel Omale, the originator of Divine Hand of God Prophetic Ministries was wrongly posted.  

Stories had circled in the media that the Chief Executive Officer of the bank, Adam Nuru, had purportedly said on Thursday while giving proof before the Presidential Investigative Panel testing Ibrahim Magu, the suspended acting director of Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) that the affirmed N573 million was wrongly presented on the record of the prophet. 

Notwithstanding, FCMB on its Twitter handle said the media report is off base, there was no such mixed up move   “Our consideration has been attracted to generally coursing stories erroneously expressing that our Managing Director, during an ongoing presidential hearing in Abuja, affirmed that … the bank erroneously moved N573m to the record of a congregation and the said blunder was not found for a long time.  

“We feel it is in the open enthusiasm to state earnestly that there was no exchange of N573m into this record, erroneously or something else.”   FCMB further gave explanation with respect to what precisely occurred in regard of the prophet’s record and what it’s Managing Director told the presidential board.  

It said “during a support update of our frameworks in 2016, a faulty record prompted the accumulation of different irrelevant sections into a solitary equalization under the influenced client’s name in one of our reports.  

“This accumulation happened distinctly in the week after week robotized report to the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit. It had no impact on any client account equalization or explanations and subsequently was not promptly recognized.  

Our Managing Director explained to the Presidential board that the framework produced report was off base and that there was no mixed up move of N573 million. He additionally submitted extensive narrative proof with this impact. 

The bank said the remark of its Managing Director may have been misjudged and hence think that its critical to earnestly explain the position that there was no mixed up move at all, as expressed previously.  

FCMB proceeds to completely help out the board, and has been altogether straightforward in its revealing. We stay focused on moral and expert lead consistently, the bank added.

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