Another ex-staff member, Mba, denies involvement in fraud allegations ravaging Globus Bank

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A student of M.Sc. currently pursuing his degree in the United Kingdom, identified as Chinedu Mba, has vehemently denied allegations of involvement in a fraud incident that occurred at his previous place of employment, Globus Bank.

Recall that a recent publication on a blog identified as Nairametrics claimed that he participated in a fraud that affected customers money in Globus Bank.

“The EFCC’s claims were made in SUIT NO/FHC/CS/32/2024, leading to Justice Inyang Ekwo’s order to freeze the accounts for 90 days pending further investigation.”

Further investigations by the bank revealed that the fraud perpetrated on the bank was around N900,000,000.00 (Nine Hundred Million Naira).”

In his defense, the former Globus Bank employee, Chinedu, explained that he was employed by Globus Bank in April 2021 to work in the Core Banking Application team, where he joined existing team members managing the software application.

Contrary to claims made in the publication, Chinedu clarified that he was not a pioneer or architect of the application and was not involved in overseeing its operational platform.

He emphasized that his recruitment at the bank was based on merit and followed standard HR processes.

“During my tenure at Globus Bank, I worked diligently and was offered a job at another financial institution in September 2022. Despite receiving a counteroffer from Globus Bank to retain me, I eventually decided to leave the bank in July 2023 to pursue his Master’s degree in the UK.”

“I ensured a proper handover process and provided sufficient notice to the bank before his departure. I refuted claims made in the publication that I brought in a replacement for his role or had unauthorized access to critical servers.”

He emphasized that his job responsibilities focused on providing user support and resolving issues with the application without involvement in areas such as software deployment or server access.

Chinedu also dismissed allegations of involvement in hacking the bank’s software, citing his lack of expertise, time, and access post-resignation.

Furthermore, Chinedu highlighted the stringent security measures in place at Globus Bank, including multiple authentication layers and restricted access to critical servers.

He expressed confusion and dismay over the misinformation spread about him and noted that he had not been contacted by any law enforcement agencies or the bank regarding the allegations.

In light of these developments, Chinedu Mba seeks to clear his name and address the inaccuracies presented in the publication, emphasizing his commitment to his studies and professional integrity.

“As the investigation unfolds, I remain steadfast in my denial of any wrongdoing and call for a thorough examination of the facts surrounding the allegations against me,”  he concluded.


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