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[PHOTO] FCMB Manager Shoots Himself In The Head In Lekki

Olisa-Nwakoby
Olisa Nwakoby, a bank Manager at a second generation bank, First City Monument Bank (FCMB) Plc, on Friday evening shot himself dead in the presence of his Priest at the Lekki area of Lagos Island, Lagos State.
The father of a 10-year- old daughter was said to have taken his own life because of an incriminating huge loan transaction he approved in his bank.
According to New Telegraph, the late Olisa was the approving officer for the loan which the beneficiary is no longer servicing and the bank was on the neck of Olisa to get the money back.
The source did not say that there was suspicion of any foul play in the death of the banker, she also could not confirm the actual amount involved in the transaction, but she simply said “it was huge.” The case is being handled by homicide detectives attached to Area J Command, Lekki/Ajah.
On the fateful day he killed himself,  he went to meet his pastor where he told him to tell his wife to take good care of his children, that what he would do in next few minutes would shock everyone. He was said to have later blown his brains out.The source continued, “It was later discovered that he took money from the bank, N350million, and the money started creating problems for him. He killed himself.”
His late father, Chief Patrick Oguejiofor Nwakoby was a former chairman of First Bank of Niger Plc, a successfully lawyer , politician and a highly respected community leader before his death.

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