Allegations Against Fidelity Bank Spurious, says Aigbe






“Allegation making the rounds online and on social media against  Fidelity Bank Nigeria PLC, are spurious and unsubstantiated” says the bank  in its reactions to  various allegations of unprofessional conduct and impropriety levelled against it by an Owerri-based civil rights activist, Samuelson Ikenna.

Fidelity Bank, in a press release made available to theledgerng.com states: “Our attention has been drawn to spurious allegations against the Bank and its officials, making the rounds online and on social media. The unsubstantiated claims and accusations, designed to mislead the banking and general public are completely false, treacherous and libelous

“This latest attempt to bring the image of the Bank to disrepute is the result of a failed blackmail and extortionist attempt, which has been reported to the authorities. We urge the public to disregard the falsehood in its entirety!

“As a full-fledged commercial bank, operating in Nigeria, we are a responsible corporate citizen and our operations are guided by the laws of the land as well as local and international banking standards.

“At Fidelity Bank, we remain committed to providing excellent banking services to all and will not be distracted by the antics of these detractors”, the bank stated in the release signed by its Divisional Head, Brand and Communications, Mr Charles Aigbe





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