First Atlantic Bank has topped Twitter Trends after a former National Service Personnel sued the bank and its Chief Financial Officer.
Ghanaians on Twitter are shocked at the turn of events and demands made by Deborah Adablah.
A side chick of one Senior Management Officer at First Atlantic Bank is seeking some reliefs from her former boss who is the Chief Finance Officer of the Organization.
Ernest Kwasi Nimako the Chief Finance Officer for First Atlantic Bank was said to be in a palour relationship with Deborah Adabla; a relationship which went became sour after one year.
What’s worrying to Deborah is the fact that she has been evicted from her residence and her car which was being tracked by Ernest Kwasi Nimako has been taken from her because she had issues with Ernest.
In a writ of summons which has now gone viral on social media, Deborah, who thinks she has been shortchanged by Ernest Kwasi Nimako who decided to cut her off her allowances and perks after several promises of making her comfortable Is seeking to be paid off.
Deborah Adablah is seeking:
a) An order that the 1st defendant transfers the title of car No. GC -7899-21 into the name of the plaintiff and or an order directed at DVLA to Register Car No.GC-7899-21 into the name of the Plaintiff as the owner.
b) A refund of cost of repairs of Ghc10,000.00 which 1st Defendant promised to refund to the plaintiff but failed.
c) An order that the Defendants pay to the Plaintiff the following: (i) 1st Defendant pays lump sum money to the plaintiff to enable the plaintiff start a business to take care of herself as agreed by the plaintiff and the 1st Defendant.
(ii) 1st Defendant pays the remaining two (2) years 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.
(d) Any other relief(s) the Court deems necessary including legal cost.