Business News First Allied Savings And Loans Not For Kwesi Nyantakyi By admin Posted on August 8, 2018 4 min read 0 0 776 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The management of First Allied Savings and Loans Limited has denied rumors making the rounds that the company belongs to the embattled sports administrator, Kwesi Nyantakyi. According to a statement signed by the Director of Communications of the company, Yaw Korankye the company has no affiliation with Foundations Saving and Loans (FSL) which is purported to be owned by the former Ghana Football Association (GFA) boss, who resigned his post over the ace journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas ‘explosive documentary dubbed ‘Number 12” leading to speculations that the savings and loans company will be collapsed by the Bank of Ghana. The statement dated July 30, 2018 clearly stated that Mr. Nyantakyi is not a shareholder nor owner of the above-mentioned savings and Loans Company. Management wishes to state clearly that the company is not the same as the said company purporting to be the sports administrator called Fountain Savings and Loans Limited. The statement explained that the two companies are in no way connected as being circulated on social media platforms. ‘There is no shareholder or an investor of First Allied Savings and Loans with connections with Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi. We also don’t have any customer or investment from the said name on our books. Mr. Nyantakyi’s name should therefore not be linked in any way or form with our company’ the statement added. The statement assured the general public and customers that the company is committed to serving its customers as it has been doing for the past twenty-two (22) years. ‘’We continue to be at the service of our customers in all our twenty-seven (27) branches and Two Hundred and Fifty (250) agencies nationwide’ Meanwhile, the attention of the company has been drawn to allegations by an unknown lady being interviewed by a section of the media that she was man- handled and locked up by operatives of the company. According to the company, the lady in question is trying to make case because of the recent Midland Savings and Loans incident involving the Police officer on guard duties at the company. Management has further assured customers that it working to have the allegations addressed as it is already in the media domain. We are working hard to have the staff of the bank and customers protected by offering tailor-made services to its clients.