First Atlantic Bank says news circulating about their brand and Chief Finance Offic said being sued by a former employee is fake news.
James Christopher, a representative of the Bank, wrote to MyNewsGh.com to warn them that the content on the website is false and has to be removed right away.
“Greetings, The content listed below, which we believe is being hosted by you, has been brought to our attention by First Atlantic Bank, on behalf of whom we are an authorized agent. The trademarked names and logos of our client First Atlantic Bank are used in the content of the aforementioned URL, which also disseminates false information. Customers of our client are confused by this. We ask that this content be deregistered and removed immediately, according to the email.
A writ of summons that went viral on social media and received a lot of attention in traditional media on January 25, 2022, will be remembered.
An ex-member of the National Service who filed the lawsuit claimed that the First Atlantic Bank’s Chief Financial Officer had bullied her into dating him.
First Atlantic Bank senior managers are allegedly sexually harassing young women who work there, according to Deborah Adablah of the National Service, who also claimed that they are all in relationships with female employees.
Even more concerning is the practice of pushing female employees toward important clients in order to get them to acquire bank accounts.
Deborah Adablah is asking the first defendant for eight reliefs.
a) A court order directing the first defendant to register automobile No. GC-7899-21 in the plaintiff’s name as the owner and/or directing the DVLA to transfer title of the vehicle into the plaintiff’s name.
b) A reimbursement of the plaintiff for the GHC 10,000.00 cost of repairs that the first defendant committed to pay but did not.
b) A mandate directing the Defendants to give the Plaintiff the following payments: I In accordance with the agreement between the plaintiff and the first defendant, the first defendant provides the plaintiff a lump sum of money to enable the plaintiff to launch a business and support herself.
(ii) The initial defendant pays the final two (2) years’ worth of rent for Plaintiff’s accommodation or to pay same amount for the remaining two (2) years at the same rate at an alternative accommodation.
(iii)1st Defendant to pay the outstanding arrears of Plaintiff’s monthly allowance from July 2022 to the date of Judgment and pay all medical expenses as a result of the side effects of the Family Planning treatment.
(iv) General damages against the Defendants.