The United Bank for Africa (UBA) says it has begun investigations into the fraud case involving one of its staff, Monday Sule Ilemona, who fleeced five customers of N15million while operating straight from the bank premises.
FIJ had published a report about Mberede Lovelyn Chiamaka and some of her friends who bank with UBA and had opened UBA Target Accounts. The account manager, Sule Monday Ilemona, however transferred the money to his personal account.
Speaking with FIJ on Thursday afternoon, Ramon Nasir, UBA’s Group Head of Media and External Relations, said immediately after seeing the story, the began investigating the issue towards finding an immediate resolution to the matter.
“I can assure you that from the responses I have had this morning, the investigation is ongoing. This issue will be resolved and an amicable resolution will be made,” he said.
As of the time of filing this report in, Chiamaka told FIJ she was looking forward to being contacted by the bank. She expressed relief that her cry for justice was being listened to and hoped that UBA would see the matter to its very end.
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