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Kneeling official: Reuben Abati says Zenith bank needs to explain or clarify the issue


A top manager of the bank was photographed kneeling before Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose yesterday June 23rd.

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  1. Olawole Famakinwa

    June 24, 2016 at 1:40 pm

    The two photos show men in suits. It does not. Say they are bankers from Zenith. They are sat down not kneeling.

  2. Pascal

    June 26, 2016 at 10:23 am

    The video was an acrobatic show of shame by the Unchained Madman of Ekiti state Ayo Fayose to deceive as usual the public.. Nigerian knew he was telling lies and was taken aback the extent of the EFCC investigations .EFCC cannot wake up one morning to announce the investigation without having conclusive evidence linking Ayo Fayose of the PDP in the dubious financial deals under ex President Jonathan.
    His associates like Mr. Musilnu Obanikoro indicted in the inappropriate and dubious financial transactions of which Ayo Fayose account with the Zenith banks used have ran away. So why all the noise and mad man approach by Fayose.You see a thief is always a thief. I am not ashamed of Fayose per say rather the people of Ekiti sate, seen now by Nigerians as a state governed by an unchained mad man.
    Gov. Wike of Rivers state and other PDP state govs are now panicking since then since then. All the noise about Amaechi by PDP tugs are turning against him over dubious withdrawal of N11b state money into a private account. The comic scenario in Rivers now is when Wike and his band of looters in Rivers wants to steal money ….watch out that week they will say Amaechi did this or did that. Once the financial lootings has been completed ….. the noise fizzled down. So the noise by PDP particularly their govs that the EFCC merely going after the opposition, is just a gimmick to divert public attention to the real issue at hand.

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