Innoson Motors, in a stunning twist to its courtroom case with Warranty Belief Financial institution (GTB) has admitted to a false statement in its latest declaration of victory towards the financial institution.
This was acknowledged in a latest statement launched by the spokesman, Cornelius Osigwe, wherein vehicle entrepreneur recanted an preliminary tweet stating that the Supreme Court docket had ordered GTBank to pay the chairman of Innoson Motors, Dr. Harmless Chukwuma, 14 billion naira inside 14 days – a statement that triggered a social media storm and reactions amongst prospects of the financial institution and different Nigerians.
In a statement launched by Innoson, the spokesman claimed that “there have been lots of misinterpretations about the press launch revealed by Innoson Group on the choice of the Supreme Court docket. The caption was a slight distortion of the data. When the data got here to our discover, we needed to appropriate the error made by the employees of the company managing our social media accounts. We apologise for that deceptive info”.
Information of the courtroom proceedings additionally confirmed no such ruling. As a substitute, the Supreme Court docket had directed each events, Innoson and GTBank, to return to the Court docket of Attraction, Enugu Judicial Division, for a listening to on GTBank’s enchantment scheduled for tomorrow, 14 June, 2018.
As information turned clearer to the general public, the embattled businessman silently deleted the false tweet from the corporate’s Twitter account.
GTBank had additionally suggested the general public that Innoson’s claims had been “false, mischievous and malicious”, emphasizing that there was no directive or order issued by the Supreme Court docket of Nigeria to the Financial institution to make any fee to any of its debtor prospects, calling for Nigerians to ignore the statement in its entirety.