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Notary Public denies First Bank over complicity in mortgage - ITREALMS

A lawyer who allegedly forged mortgage agreement on behalf of the First Bank Plc, Mr. Chuks Dibiaezue, has been arrested by operatives of the Nigeria Police, at the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Command, reports ITREALMS.

Just as the Notary Public, Godwin Imakhai, who was alleged to have deposed to two affidavits dated October 25, 2013 and associated to the loan agreement has since denied it.

This came on the heels of complaint by Abuja-based Whiteplains British School Ltd, alleging that the First Bank PLC forged a Tripartite Legal Mortgage Agreement through Dibiaezue, using a firm known as Lagardera and Co, to defraud the school.

The fake documents, ITREALMS gathered includes the ‘Form CAC 8’, (Particulars of Mortgage) and were filed with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

Reports has it that First Bank Plc had purported the Tripartite Mortgage Agreement was made at its Shippers House offices on January 27, 2014 between it, White Plains British School Ltd, and former owner of the school’s land, France Lee Nigeria Ltd.

In the claimed agreement, First Bank Plc could at a short notice takeover the school’s property at Plot 528 Cadastral Zone B4, Jabi, Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Also, FBN was alleged to have used the said forged agreement to obtain an order of a Federal High Court in suit no: FHC/ABJ/CS/1023/2015 granting it access to the school’s property.

A major twist, ITREALMS  learnt is that the Notary Public, Godwin Imakhai, before whom the directors allegedly deposed to two affidavits dated October 25, 2013 endorsing the said Tripartite Agreement, has denied the document.


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