Natives urge NASS, EFCC to probe forgery allegation against bank
Jabi Community Youths and Leaders Forum has called on the National Assembly and Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to investigate circumstances surrounding the emergence of a forged Tripartite Legal Mortgage agreement in a loan transaction between Whiteplains British School and First Bank Nigeria plc.
They also appealed to the Nigerian Police, the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission (ICPC) and Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to unravel those behind forgery of said bank documents used in aiding the purported agreement.
As host community to Whiteplains British School, they are worried and concerned that such a gigantic edifice housing the school is being threatened by First Bank.
In a release by Alhaji Yakubu Auta, Jabi indigenes said: “We have followed the issue with keen interest, and as the host community of this great citadel of learning, we feel with every sense of responsibility and patriotism we should voice out our displeasure over the way and manner First bank has handled the issue.
“In as much as we are not holding brief for Whiteplains British School, Jabi youths and elders are demanding that a diligent investigation be launched on the matter, so as to unravel the circumstances that informed the bank’s action.
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