A statement by Victoria Commercial Bank to its customers, reveals a troubled bank, we can confirm.
In a statement issued by Yogesh Pattni, the CEO of the besieged bank, he tries to blame the editor of this site, over allegations that we have published in the past few weeks.
The statement was issued yesterday, the 18th of September 2019, after social media users pushed the bank to address money laundering, fraud and corruption allegations that have faced the controversial bank. Netizens were pushing their message under the hashtag #YogeshPattniUnmasked.
The editor of this site has confirmed that there is a slow bank run at the Yogesh run outfit, hence requesting those doing business with the outfit to be very careful.
Apart from saying that the bank is under scrutiny by a Blogger who has been sued several times over defamation, Victoria Commercial Bank CEO Yogesh Pattni forgot to remind his customers that we have in the recent past exposed many banks and all our scoops came to pass.
Despite the negativity projected on bloggers by those who feel threatened by it, we forged ahead with our programs knowing full well that truth is the ultimate weapon.
In 2016, We launched a concerted campaign against Vivienne Yeda Apopo, who was behind the mismanagement of East African Development Bank (EADB) which caught the attention of respective decision-makers, hence a probe on her.
We launched a successful campaign against the former CEO of Family Bank Peter Munyiri, who was arraigned in court, regarding his role in facilitating and enabling the NYS heist by among others, Anne Waiguru
We successfully petitioned Safaricom to refund monies stolen from them using the Cheza Games scam. The projects which were conjured by Peter Arina spilt over into the Bob Collymore era and corruption is firmly entrenched in the company.
We also successfully instigated and precipitated the sacking of the CFO of Safaricom after we exclusively leaked the KPMG audit report.
The scandal at Kenya Pipeline Company started getting coverage, after our persistent coverage, exerting pressure on mainstream media to execute their mandate, as the perception that they are paid to kill stories is starting to hurt their bottom line.
This site exclusively covered the corruption at the National Bank of Kenya, and despite a defamation lawsuit filed by the then CEO Munir Ahmed and the Board chair Mohammed Hassan we kept exposing till the whole management had to go. These are some of the defamation cases Yogesh is using to argue his case, to his customers who we believe are wise to read between the lines.
Due to the good work the editor of this site did by exposing corruption at HF Group, there has been a massive sacking of almost the entire EXCO. The following have been the casualties.
Frank Ireri- Group MD
Samuel Mwaniki Waweru- HFC Bank M.D.
James Karanja- Executive Director HFC
Caroline Armstrong- Director of Special Projects
Patrick Mokaya- Director of Business Development
Peter Ng’ang’a- Director Treasury
James Karanja- Executive Director HFDI
Ben Lanya- GM Human Resource
Francis Theuri- GM Branch Business
If we list our exposes that have turned out to be true, we will sound like a broken record.
The Victoria Commercial Bank letter emanates from our reports that CBK is probing them but probably slowed down after Yogesh bribed the CBK head of supervision.
The Money laundering scandals at the bank are so serious that they run Chopri, a parallel bank in Indian Bank. The husband and wife who are top-notch criminals have perfected the art of mobilizing for funds from people. They usually take cash and invest in properties in Dubai, and across Africa.
African employees at Victoria Commercial Bank have also been raising issue with Asian management over racism and nepotism and secluding them to non-entities within the bank’s establishment.
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