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On front page of Sunday Independent 20/1/08 there was a news item that Mr Omoyeni Wema Bank GMD has been sent on compulsory leave by CBN due to poor financial deals like paying himself upfront of 450 M representing rental allowance of 90M per year for 5 years ahead and other sharp practices without the board approval.


SUNDAY PUNCH VERSION SUN 20TH JAN 2008

Inside sunday 20/1/08 punch on the contrary refuted the negative news. Tunde Lemo CBN dep gov according to PUNCH said CBN is in Wema for routne checks just like in other banks. Public affairs Manager of Wema confirmed that the GMD only proceeded on his well deserved annual leave.

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Omoyeni remains Wema boss, says bank

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yesterdays indepenceonline further confirmed the removal of mr omoyeni,for fraud and mal practices.so many versions on same story,the end point is all is not well in the house of WEMA.the share has been on net offer for time now.
time to stay clear and let the dust settle.
methinks CBN is playing down the removal to avoid panic.
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SUNDAY INDEPENDENT VERSION SUN 20TH JAN 2008

On front page of Sunday Independent 20/1/08 there was a news item that Mr Omoyeni Wema Bank GMD has been sent on compulsory leave by CBN due to poor financial deals like paying himself upfront of 450 M representing rental allowance of 90M per year for 5 years ahead and other sharp practices without the board approval.


SUNDAY PUNCH VERSION SUN 20TH JAN 2008

Inside sunday 20/1/08 punch on the contrary refuted the negative news. Tunde Lemo CBN dep gov according to PUNCH said CBN is in Wema for routne checks just like in other banks. Public affairs Manager of Wema confirmed that the GMD only proceeded on his well deserved annual leave.

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Please who knows the true postion/story ? Any effect on Wema shares if the story is true ?

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Can somebody please paste the details of publication in The Independent Sunday edition here about the story, in the same manner that it has been done for Sunday Punch?
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SUNDAY INDEPENDENT VERSION SUN 20TH JAN 2008

On front page of Sunday Independent 20/1/08 there was a news item that Mr Omoyeni Wema Bank GMD has been sent on compulsory leave by CBN due to poor financial deals like paying himself upfront of 450 M representing rental allowance of 90M per year for 5 years ahead and other sharp practices without the board approval.


SUNDAY PUNCH VERSION SUN 20TH JAN 2008

Inside sunday 20/1/08 punch on the contrary refuted the negative news. Tunde Lemo CBN dep gov according to PUNCH said CBN is in Wema for routne checks just like in other banks. Public affairs Manager of Wema confirmed that the GMD only proceeded on his well deserved annual leave.

QUESTION
Please who knows the true postion/story ? Any effect on Wema shares if the story is true ?


The confusion increases on a daily basis, going by the rather incompatible coverage Nigerian dailies of today gave to the subject, as can be read from the links below for 4 Nigerian dailies.

But one thing that seems certain is that the Wema MD has been asked to go on leave. However, except for the fear that characterises stockmarket transactions, it is not clear how the performance of the bank can be adversle affected in a substantial manner. Not being able to embark on PO before March 2008 and doing so on a reduced basis (as opposed to the planned massive 15 billion Naira PO) are not necessarily a vice for shareholders' returns. And the fortune of Afribank did not necessarily worsen when, in less than a year ago, Adigwe had to take over as its MD as a result of exit of his former boss due to Boardroom politics that is broadly similar to the present one.



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Omoyeni remains Wema boss, says bank
NIGERIAN TRIBUNE - News
BusinessDay... the voice of business - SEC wades into Wema Bank crisis
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SUNDAY INDEPENDENT VERSION SUN 20TH JAN 2008

On front page of Sunday Independent 20/1/08 there was a news item that Mr Omoyeni Wema Bank GMD has been sent on compulsory leave by CBN due to poor financial deals like paying himself upfront of 450 M representing rental allowance of 90M per year for 5 years ahead and other sharp practices without the board approval.


SUNDAY PUNCH VERSION SUN 20TH JAN 2008

Inside sunday 20/1/08 punch on the contrary refuted the negative news. Tunde Lemo CBN dep gov according to PUNCH said CBN is in Wema for routne checks just like in other banks. Public affairs Manager of Wema confirmed that the GMD only proceeded on his well deserved annual leave.

QUESTION
Please who knows the true postion/story ? Any effect on Wema shares if the story is true ?

Best Regards
The confusion increases on a daily basis, going by the rather incompatible coverage Nigerian dailies of today gave to the subject, as can be read from the links below for 4 Nigerian dailies.

But one thing that seems certain is that the Wema MD has been asked to go on leave. However, except for the fear that characterises stockmarket transactions, it is not clear how the performance of the bank can be adversle affected in a substantial manner. Not being able to embark on PO before March 2008 and doing so on a reduced basis (as opposed to the planned massive 15 billion Naira PO) are not necessarily a vice for shareholders' returns. And the fortune of Afribank did not necessarily worsen when, in less than a year ago, Adigwe had to take over as its MD as a result of exit of his former boss due to Boardroom politics that is broadly similar to the present one.


Omoyeni remains Wema boss, says bank
NIGERIAN TRIBUNE - News
BusinessDay... the voice of business - SEC wades into Wema Bank crisis
www.leadershipnigeria.com
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[QUOTE=riskreturn;10458]The confusion increases on a daily basis, going by the rather incompatible coverage Nigerian dailies of today gave to the subject, as can be read from the links below for 4 Nigerian dailies.

But one thing that seems certain is that the Wema MD has been asked to go on leave. However, except for the fear that characterises stockmarket transactions, it is not clear how the performance of the bank can be adversle affected in a substantial manner. Not being able to embark on PO before March 2008 and doing so on a reduced basis (as opposed to the planned massive 15 billion Naira PO) are not necessarily a vice for shareholders' returns. And the fortune of Afribank did not necessarily worsen when, in less than a year ago, Adigwe had to take over as its MD as a result of exit of his former boss due to Boardroom politics that is broadly similar to the present one.


In its own contribution, this is what Financial Standard has to say, further adding to the confusion:


CBN, NDIC examiners scrutinise Wema Bank’s books

By Alao Salimon and Stanley Oronsaye

Fs online.

A combined team of examiners from Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) and Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has commenced proper scrutiny of Wema Bank’s book with a view to recommending appropriate resolution option to move the bank forward.
As a result, Mr. Adebisi Omoyeni, group managing director/chief executive has been asked to proceed on an compulsory leave in order to enable the examiners have access to relevant documents for their job.
Their jobs include proper examination of the bank’s book and making recommendation recommendation to move the bank forward. Mr Festus Odoko, who confirmed this development, said the effort of the examiners was a routine exercise which was normal in the course of bank surveillance and supervision, adding, “despite this, I can tell you confidently that Wema Bank is a strong bank.”
Sources from the CBN and NDIC confirmed that the bank boss was actually sent on compulsory leave.
However, the bank yesterday refuted insinuations that the GMD has been suspended. A statement signed by Mr. Tunde Olofintila, the bank’s head of corporate communications, said Omoyeni is currently observing and enjoying his annual vacation bearing in mind that he has not been on vacation since he assumed duties as the GMD of the bank after his two-month stint as the deputy governor of Ekiti State.
“Contrary to the above, Mr. Omoyeni, who has been at the steering wheel of the bank as the chief executive officer since December 2005, has not been sacked, removed, suspended or relieved of his post as the GMD/CEO. This position is even corroborated by the deputy governor, financial surveillance of the CBN, Mr. Tunde Lemo when he told some news men in Abuja over the weekend indeed Omoyeni on routine annual vacation,” the statement added.
According the statement, “He is on routine leave and you can quote me. He remains a member of the bank’s board. No one has asked him to go and I can confirm to you that the bank is healthy.”
The statement added that the current examination of the bank’s books was a routine and statutory exercise that could be embarked upon at anytime by the regulatory authorities.
“We want to assure all stakeholders in the bank that they have nothing to fear and the bank remains committed to ideals for which it was set up.”
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The only reason why this will not affect the performance of the bank is because this is playing out in Nija. In the US or other developed markets, a scandal of this type bothering on coporate governance will possibly lead to the stock price of whichever coy taking a hit, because investors will cash out.
As for floating a P.O , it would be so undersubscribed that transcorp would at least be able to say they did better.

The reason is simple, investor confidence has been eroded by the scandal. You may wonder how would affect the banks performance, remember the P.O is basically to raise working capital, an unsuccessful P.O could translate to a reduction in their earnings.. But like i said, this scenario would most likely play out in developed markets. it may not pan out this way in nigeria.
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The only reason why this will not affect the performance of the bank is because this is playing out in Nija. In the US or other developed markets, a scandal of this type bothering on coporate governance will possibly lead to the stock price of whichever coy taking a hit, because investors will cash out.
As for floating a P.O , it would be so undersubscribed that transcorp would at least be able to say they did better.

The reason is simple, investor confidence has been eroded by the scandal. You may wonder how would affect the banks performance, remember the P.O is basically to raise working capital, an unsuccessful P.O could translate to a reduction in their earnings.. But like i said, this scenario would most likely play out in developed markets. it may not pan out this way in nigeria.


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I guess we can conclude with a reasonable degree of certainty that Omoyeni has been removed. There are just too many stories on this issue for it not to be true in my opinion.

This Punch report says that the board my be sacked by CBN
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A new Ag. Group Managing Director has been appointed for Wema Bank Plc. He is Mr. John O. Aboh, Executive Director (Banking Operations & Services) of First Bank of Nigeria Plc.

He held his first meeting with members of staff this morning. As predicted by analysts, this is the clearest signal that the former GMD is not coming back irrespective of the outcome of the investigation as the CBN/NDIC are not known to take such steps unless they are convinced that there exist good grounds to excuse the helmsman.

Born on July 18, 1956. Mr. Aboh holds a B.Sc. degree in Finance and MBA in Finance & Accounts. He has over the years acquired special skills in Structural International Trade Transactions, Computer Literacy and People Management.

He has also attended several proficiency-enhancing courses within and outside Nigeria. A seasoned Banker, Mr. Aboh began his Banking Career in 1981 in First Bank of Nigeria Plc. He worked as Credit Analyst, Assistant General Manager and as Deputy General Manager & Chief Inspector in Nigeria Merchant Bank Limited, Nigeria International Bank (Citibank) and UBA Plc respectively.

Notable special projects executed by Mr. Aboh include the reorganisation of International Operations System at Nigeria International Bank (Citibank) and the Implementation of the UBA MoneyGram Money Transfer Service. He is now Executive Director (Banking Operations & Services) at First Bank. He is married with children.

The appointment of John Aboh, finally seals the fate of Mr. Adebisi Omoyeni whom we understand has a number of corporate governance and management issues to answerfor based on the factual disclosures made available to us which appear weighty and raises serious concerns over the reliability of the financial data made available to the public.
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A new Ag. Group Managing Director has been appointed for Wema Bank Plc. He is Mr. John O. Aboh, Executive Director (Banking Operations & Services) of First Bank of Nigeria Plc.

He held his first meeting with members of staff this morning. As predicted by analysts, this is the clearest signal that the former GMD is not coming back irrespective of the outcome of the investigation as the CBN/NDIC are not known to take such steps unless they are convinced that there exist good grounds to excuse the helmsman.

Born on July 18, 1956. Mr. Aboh holds a B.Sc. degree in Finance and MBA in Finance & Accounts. He has over the years acquired special skills in Structural International Trade Transactions, Computer Literacy and People Management.

He has also attended several proficiency-enhancing courses within and outside Nigeria. A seasoned Banker, Mr. Aboh began his Banking Career in 1981 in First Bank of Nigeria Plc. He worked as Credit Analyst, Assistant General Manager and as Deputy General Manager & Chief Inspector in Nigeria Merchant Bank Limited, Nigeria International Bank (Citibank) and UBA Plc respectively.

Notable special projects executed by Mr. Aboh include the reorganisation of International Operations System at Nigeria International Bank (Citibank) and the Implementation of the UBA MoneyGram Money Transfer Service. He is now Executive Director (Banking Operations & Services) at First Bank. He is married with children.

The appointment of John Aboh, finally seals the fate of Mr. Adebisi Omoyeni whom we understand has a number of corporate governance and management issues to answerfor based on the factual disclosures made available to us which appear weighty and raises serious concerns over the reliability of the financial data made available to the public.

While still not breaching confidentiality requirements, can you please share with us highlights of those aspects that affect reliability of the financial statistics already made available to the public? Your information so far merely serves to provoke more curiosity and uncertainties.
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While still not breaching confidentiality requirements, can you please share with us highlights of those aspects that affect reliability of the financial statistics already made available to the public? Your information so far merely serves to provoke more curiosity and uncertainties.
I have now found out that the story is from Proshare website, the more complete version of which is in the following link:

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