Sep 25, 2022

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Alleged N9bn loan: Wema Bank speaks on going after Pastor Bakare –

  • Wema Bank has rumors of its intention to prosecute Pastor Tunde Bakare of the Global Community Church
  • The commercial bank in a recent statement, that it shares a credible relationship with Bakare, hence its refusal to act contrary to allegations
  • The CEO of Wema Bank, Ademola Adebise, has promised its valued clients that it will continue to operate within the boundaries of the established corporate governance rules

Claims that Wema Bank, according to Pastor Tunde Bakare of the Global Community Church, formerly known as the Latter Rain Assembly, on a N9 billion facility received from the financial institution, has been declined.

In a statement from its chief executive officer and CEO Ademola Adebise, the commercial bank, categorically stated that it was not v I intend to take action against the cleric as they have a credible relationship with him, Leadersh ip reports.

Adebise therefore assured the bank’s shareholders and customers that they will not stop to work with “highest corporate governance …”.

His words:

“Although we are forced to respond in detail to this publication for reasons of confidentiality , however, we would like to confirm that the customer has a credible relationship. with our bank and there is no basis for us to consider measures to humiliate our customers.

“In addition, we would like to assure our shareholders and customers that the bank is and continues to operate to the highest standards Corporate governance following all rules, guidelines and procedures. ”

Uncertainty about WEMA Bank, Pastor Tunde Bakare alleged confrontation over a 9 billion loan”> It was not clear by now the news that is circulating in many circles about the alleged N9 billion loan from WEMA Bank to Tunde Bakare.

According to several accounts, WEMA Bank allegedly took desperate actions Efforts to get back the loan awarded to the fiery clergyman Construction of the auditorium with 5,000 seats, outbuildings, atrium, library, food court, among others.