FFK alleges FCMB MD, Adams Nuru sent N500m To Magu’s Pastor and Nuru has reacted to having an affair with one his staff, Moyo Thomas. 

Femi-Fani Kayode, a Politician, was among those who requested for the FCMB MD, Adam Nuru to be fired.

In a tweet, Femi-Fani Kayode said the FCMB boss ought to be sacked.

The politician said that few hours ago, he interpreted the case in some of his tweets. He also condemned Adams Nuru for transferring N500m to the bank account of the former EFCC boss, Ibrahim Magu’s Pastor.

He added that Nuru merited more than to be sacked.

See FFK’s tweets below…

Late Tunde Thomas and Wife, Moyo Thomas.

Recall that Mr Tunde Thomas’s wife, Moyo allegedly having a mutual relationship with her manager at FCMB, Adams Nuru, and that relationship brought two kids.

Reports stated that Moyo hid it as a secret, and revealed it to her husband when their first kid was 8 years old. Then that cause him a stroke, but later recovered. Afterwards, he had a heart attack and died.

Meanwhile, the embattled Managing Director of First City Monument Bank (FCMB), Adams Nuru has finally reacted over the alleged sexual escapade with one of his staff, Moyo Thomas that reportedly produced two children.

He stated that he and Late Tunde Thomas has been friends of over 20 years who used to wine and dine together.

The FCMB boss, Adam Nuru in a statement said “ Tunde is a highly private person who views challenges in life as opportunity to shine. But for death, Tunde would not have taken kindly to this publication. He never complained nor claimed to nurse a grudge against anyone on his past marital affairs.

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This much I know because we talk, wine and dine together often within the last 20 years. Neither Tunde nor any member of his family raised any dust about this matter. It is very wrong and totally unacceptable for an alien entity to seek cheap publicity at the expense of a gentleman that has gone to be with the Lord. Grieving friends and family members (surviving mother, siblings and wife) should not be caused further hardship.”

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