An NSS lady has sues a top bank manager over failure to fulfill relationship ‘obligations’ and promises.
In a Writ of Summons that has gone viral on the internet, a young woman identified as Deborah Seyram Adablah claimed she had a romantic relationship with a high-ranking officer of a prominent bank, First Atlantic Bank, during her national service. According to the document, Deborah accepted to date the officer following the man’s constant sexual abuse.
Deborah stated that while she was seeing Mr. Ernest Nimako during her national service, he told her not to take a job offer from the bank. In exchange, he would supply the following:
The lady confirmed that, due to all of these assurances, she declined to sign a contract with the bank on the condition that she would be cared for.
Mr. Ernest began delivering the promise by providing Debby with a two-bedroom apartment for GHc 1,500 per month and paying the first year’s rent, leaving an outstanding balance of two years’ rent for which she was taken to the rent control for eviction. Additionally, he bought her a vehicle that was not registered in her name.
According to her, the man stop fulfilling his promises when the two of them had a few problems.
Therefore, the former NSS lady has sued the top bank manager over failure to fulfill relationship obligations.
The lady also alleges that when she was working with the bank, senior male executives sexually harassed female bank employees and made life in the bank unpleasant if they didn’t comply.
She further claimed that practically every senior officer has a girlfriend in the bank. She added that female staff are made to make advances on wealthy customers. In the writ, she stated that bank’s management approves of the aforementioned act. For this reason, she has filed a lawsuit against the bank as well.
Read the writ below:
NSS lady sues top bank manager over failure to fulfill relationship ‘obligations’