Apologize and Pay Damages or Get Ready to be Sued

Senator Andy Una, one of the aspirant in the forthcoming Governorship election in Anambra State has threatened to sue Heritage Bank over a viral video that showed it’s workers protesting at his gate.

A video emerged online few day ago of bank staffs protesting at Uba’s gate, demanding him to pay the loan he was allegedly owing the bank.

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Senator Uba, reacting in a letter signed by his lawyer, Ahmed Raji, SAN, threatened to sue the bank, describing the actions of its staff as shameful and embarrassing.

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He stated that the bank’s action was a campaign to daint his image as the APC Governorship primary election draws closer.

The letter reads: ”Despite your veiled denial, the deliberateness of your staffs’ action is founded and the intent, to wit: – bring our client to public opprobrium shame, ridicule, scorn etc, is glaring for all to see.

”This is more so, as you deliberately picked the rather inauspicious period immediately preceding the forthcoming gubernatorial primary election of the All Progressives Congress [APC] for Anambra State slated for the 26th of June 2021, wherein our client is the leading candidate to clinch his Party’s ticket, to stage this smear campaign against him.”

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He demanded that the bank tender an unreserved apology in five national dailies, alongside N5billion damages for tainting his public image.

”Surely, the damage occasioned to our client by your calculated but ill-advised action is unquantifiable. However, our client will be relieved if a public apology, unreserved, is tendered by you and published in at least five national daily newspapers within a day of receipt of this letter and payment of N5b in damages,” he said.

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”If not, we have our client’s further instructions to seek redress against you in a court of law for the same. Kindly be advised.

”We hope that this bank will take benefit of the olive branch offered in this letter; the gamble, otherwise, is yours to suffer,” the letter read.


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