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Fidelity Bank Reacts To Kennedy Agyapong’s Allegations That They Aided Bishop Obinim In Money Laundering

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Fidelity Bank Ghana Limited has swiftly responded to the wild allegations made by a maverick Ghanaian politician Kennedy Agpaong that their outfit aided controversial Ghanaian pastor, Bishop Daniel Obinim in money laundering.

In a statement issued by the bank which was exclusively made available to www.Ghbase.com the Brands and Communications officer of the bank, Carlotta Bannerman Amanda, cleared the name of the bank saying they will make further comment when the need arises.

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See below for full statement.

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Holding Statement

24 March, 2020

Allegations of Money Laundering Using Fidelity Bank Ghana Limited

Our attention has been drawn to some statements made by Hon. Kennedy Agyapong on Net 2 TV alleging that Bishop Daniel Obinim is using the Bank to engage in Money Laundering.

The Bank wishes to state on record and assure all stakeholders that it has always complied with all applicable Bank of Ghana requirements with respect to foreign exchange transactions. We are unable to comment on individual customer transactions.

We will update you of developments.

Thank you.

Media Contact

Carlotta Bannerman Amande

Head: Brands and Communications

cbannerman@myfidelitybank.net

 

 

 

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