The Proprietor of Whiteplains British School Abuja, Dr Francis Nwufoh has accused an official of First Bank Plc, Mr. Muftau Ande Esq. of forging documents to take over his school.
Nwafoh disclosed that Ande allegedly forged some documents to aid a tripartite legal mortgage agreement on a N690,368,000 million loan obtained by the school in 2014.
He issued a statement on Sunday, in which he revealed that the purported signatories to the tripartite agreement have all deposed to separate affidavits denying knowledge of the said agreement.
[penci_blockquote style=”style-2″ align=”none” author=””]Nwufoh drew the attention of the public to the fact that the bank was only interested in the court order affirming the appointment of a receiver, and was silent on the fact that documents were forged which misled the court in its decision.[/penci_blockquote]
The proprietor noted that with the said tripartite agreement, First Bank secured an order of court to appoint a receiver in the process of taking over the multi billion naira school.
Whereas the bank insisted that it got a judegment in a suit marked FHC/ABJ/CS/1023/2015, to take over the school by appointment of a receiver, the management of Whiteplains maintain that the bank used forged documents to obtain the order.
Nwufoh drew the attention of the public to the fact that the bank was only interested in the court order affirming the appointment of a receiver, and was silent on the fact that documents were forged which misled the court in its decision.
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Dr Nwufoh in an affidavit he personally deposed to, averred that he was never a party to the alleged tripartite legal mortgage.
In the affidavit dated 8th August 2018 and sworn to on August 9, at the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, Dr Nwufoh stated that, “Someone superimposed/forged my signature into the document and used same to secure the judgement in suit no. FHC/ABJ/CS/1023/2015”.
The petitioner urged the bank authorities to ascertain why some nefarious persons instituted an action on its behalf claiming to take over the school when the loan is yet to expire on 12th June, 2019.