A list cataloging companies and individuals indebted to Group Nduom (GN)’s Bank has been challenged by De-Geons Investments Limited.
Solicitors for De-Geons Investments Limited, in a letter, addressed to the President and Chairman of Groupe Nduom (GN), Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom said their client is “no longer indebted to the Bank.”
The company backed its claim with clearance letters from the GN Bank, which indicate it is no longer indebted to it. Find copies of the said letters published below.
The list which was published by multiple media outlets, is the latest move by Dr. Nduom, as part of a court process to secure investment funds and pay aggrieved customers their locked-up investments.
Aside from De-Geons Investments Limited labeling their inclusion in the list as perpetuating falsehood, it has called on the embattled businessman to “withdraw the publication and to also apologise” to them.
The full statement from the company, which contains a threat of legal action is published below.
30TH AUGUST, 2019
DR PAPA KWASI NDUOM
We write letter on behalf of our client, DE-GEONS INVESTMENT LIMITED and under the directives of the Managing Director of the same in respect of your publications of the debtors of the erstwhile First National Savings and Loans now GN Bank Limited.
The said publications first came to the notice of our client at the website of myjoyonline.com and subsequently from his colleagues, business partners and finally from discussions at the various media houses including UTV and its associated Hello FM.
By virtue of the said publication you indicated vide item 73 that our client is indebted to your GN Bank Limited of an amount of one Million, Seventy-Four Thousand Seven Hundred & Thirty Three Thousand Ghana Cedis thirty-Two Pesewas (GHC 1,074,733.32).
Premised on the above our client informs us to put it to you as follows:
Our client has, therefore, instructed us to bring the above to your notice and to also inform you the following:
Be accordingly informed.