By Mary BASSEY, Senior Investigator Correspondent, Lagos/
RANDY Adam Nuru, Managing Director of First City Monument Bank FCMB, has been forced to go on annual leave as the dust spawned by the unholy sex escaped between him and a married female staff of the bank continues to generate ill feelings among staffers of other banks; The Cable reported citing sources. The Board has constituted a panel to probe the allegation against Nuru, who has been accused of fathering two children of a housewife and ex-staff of the bank who worked directly under him.
“The managing director volunteered to proceed on leave pending the outcome of the investigation of this scandal,” the source said, adding, “Although it is a personal matter, the issue has gone really far and many allegations were made.”
Sources hinted that over 1,000 staff of the financial institution had signed a petition to the Central Bank of Nigeria CBN, calling for the sack of Nuru whose act allegedly led to the untimely death of husband to his ex-lover girl staff, stressing that there were strong indications that management of the bank will issue official statement Wednesday, on the scandal that had brought so much disrepute to it.
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