Asante-Krobea, Sekyere and Associates, solicitors for De-Geons Investment Limited have cautioned Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, owner of GN bank to hurriedly withdraw a malicious claim he recently made that he is owed sums by the investment firm.
In a strongly worded statement cited by the Ghanaian Observer newspaper the solicitors argue that their client ceased doing business with Dr Nduom’s GN bank as far back as 19th December, 2016.
They therefore find the claim by the former PPP presidential candidate and owner of GN bank as they owing them as false and defamatory.
De-Geons, the statement stressed gives Dr Nduom the opportunity to remedy the erroneous impression created forthwith or face legal action.
Giving details, the solicitors noted that their client dealt with GN bank sometime ago but on 19th December 2016 parted company with the latter.
The investment firm through the credit manager of Middle Zone, Alexander Ashior at same duration acknowledged that De-Geons had fully settled all its indebtedness to GN bank.
The statement also recall that on 9th and 19th December 2016 GN bank wrote to the Chief Registrar of the Land Registration Division of the Lands Commission and the Regional Lands Officer to discharge the mortgage deed executed between De-Geons and GN Bank.
A follow up letter from this action, the solicitors noted stated that De-Geons no longer was indebted to GN bank and therefore the property that was used as collateral be released from any obligations.
De-Geons in the statement therefore demands that Dr Nduom takes steps to get the story carried about its false indebtedness pulled down from the media.
The solicitors also demand that the publication be withdrawn from the online portal used to perpetuate that lie.
Failure by Dr Nduom to carry out this retraction and withdrawal forthwith would leave De-Geons with nothing but a legal action to repair the damage or possible damage it has caused by the spurious claims, the statement ended.
Your authoritative Ghanaian Observer newspaper furnishes readers with the solicitors statement and earlier correspondence between De-Geons and GN Bank.