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Million Dollar Cheat at ‘FiBank’

Million Dollar Cheat at ‘FiBank’

Police officers attached to the CID (criminal investigation department) are investigating senior officials of FiBank for the fraud of millions of US dollars.

Management of FiBank recently informed the CID that monies running into millions of US dollars were misappropriated by senior officials of the bank.

Four frontline managers including the bank’s managing director are said to have resigned their positions on account of the investigation against them.

Even though the actual amount swindled by officials of FiBank is yet to be told, police sources say monies defrauded amount to millions of raw united state dollars.

Our investigation has confirmed that senior managers of FiBank breathes in expensive houses, ride luxurious cars and jollies posh bars and restaurants with ‘kolonkos’ on merry trips.

Credible information reaching Sierra Express Media states that the Bank is on the verge of collapse if monies misappropriated are not retrieved and replaced.

The Acting Manager of FiBank, Madam Asiatu, in an interview, states clear that indeed detectives of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) are investigating her institution for fraud of millions of US dollars.

She assertively dismissed opinions of FiBank customers that it is their monies senior officials have chopped.

Sources say the police have had material facts incriminating top officials of the bank.

It is revealed also that all suspected fraudsters are Nigerians.

Customers also revealed to our reporter that their monies formed part of the amount defrauded.

Although Fibank’s Acting Manager has self-assuredly debunked concept of Sierra Leoneans in relation to the safety of their monies, the customers have asked management of the bank to make known the actual amount defrauded or will at all not believe it is not their monies cheated.

Further details to follow.

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