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To think Ibime said this in March 2009, before the Sanusi Tsunami.

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Amidst this drama i want to hear the reaction of Barrister Jimoh Balogun,

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At Last, Otedola, Dangote Settle Differences

By Francis Ugwoke, 08.18.2009

Nigeria has joined the race for a non-permanent seat at the United Nations Security Council, THISDAY has learnt. TThe swords have been sheathed in the long-drawn battle between two friends and business giants, Alhaji Aliko Dangote and Mr. Femi Otedola, who had been at each other’s neck for nearly a year.

In a truce brokered by the Editor-in-Chief and Chairman of THISDAY, Mr. Nduka Obaigbena, and other friends of the business moguls last Sunday, the two men decided to bury the hatchet and forge a new bond.

They had been invited separately for breakfast at Roberts Café, Victoria Island, Lagos , completely unaware of what was in the offing until they “bumped” into each other at the café.

Obaigbena had been speaking to the two men individually before their misunderstanding over the purchase of Texaco became a media war, but the mediation had only succeeded in curtailing the public nature of the fight.

At the reconciliation meeting on Sunday, they finally saw eye-to-eye for the first time in months as they spoke to each other at length, shook hands, asked frank questions and gave what were considered to be honest answers as to the source of their differences.

To the delight of their friends, they made a solemn pledge to let “bygone be bygone”.

They vowed to restore their confidence as friends, as Otedola acknowledged Dangote as his “elder brother” and “mentor”, promising to give Dangote his “due respect”.

Dangote, on his part, pledged to look after his “younger brother” and “protégé”.

When Obaigbena asked the two billionaires to apologise to each other, Otedola seized the initiative. He cut in and said that in Yoruba tradition, Dangote was his senior and it was therefore unnecessary for the Kano-born sugar and cement giant to apologise, as only the junior apologises to the senior.

They both agreed to end the long-running media war and withdraw all court cases related to the disagreement.

The meeting ended with the declaration of “no victor, no vanquished” by the two parties.

After the meeting, which was witnessed by Mr. Nduka Irabor, for chairman of House of Representatives Committee on Communications, and Mr. Albert Okumagba, the CEO of BGL Ltd, among others, the two billionaires drove together to Dangote’s house. Otedola also invited Dangote over to his office this Friday.

The origin of the quarrel is traced to the decision of ChevronTexaco to sell off its downstream interest in West Africa, including Nigeria , last year.

Otedola, who is the chairman of African Petroleum Plc and Zenon Oil, had put in a bid but MRS Holdings, owned by Dangote’s cousin, Sayyu Dantata, outbid Otedola to the coveted company.

It is believed that Otedola saw this as a betrayal on the part of Dangote because of an unwritten law that the two men would not encroach into each other’s territory in business. While Otedola was said to have accused Dangote of using his cousin as front for the Texaco transaction, Dangote reportedly said he was not a party to the deal.

MRS paid $1 billion for a 60 per cent stake in Texaco, while Otedola's bid of $200 million was considered insufficient.

Otedola decided to also go into Dangote’s territory, securing licence to bring in bagged cement, which he names “Otedola Portland Cement” and had already advertised it in the newspapers.

The major grouse of Otedola, it was reported, was that he had been confiding in Dangote over the deal all along, and was bitter that MRS, in which Dangote reportedly has 80 per cent stake, went ahead and made a bid.

As the misunderstanding worsened, AP accused Dangote of manipulating its share prices to the extent that they started falling on the floor of the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE), losing over 80 per cent value in eight weeks.

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I have said it before, the Nigerian elite is motivated by only one factor:greed

everything else is secondary.they are blind to every other reality in their quest To Molest this nation and its resources blind.

only a fool will fight on their behalf.

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after causing Otedola severally and forming a Dangote fan club, Dayo Coker needs to urgently reply to the article above.

go over to his blog and see his posts about Otedola, now both men have made peace in order to continue their looting.

Where is Dayo Coker?

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At Last, Otedola, Dangote Settle Differences

•For both me, it’s ‘no victor, no vanquished’

By Francis Ugwoke, 08.18.2009

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Nigeria has joined the race for a non-permanent seat at the United Nations Security Council, THISDAY has learnt. TThe swords have been sheathed in the long-drawn battle between two friends and business giants, Alhaji Aliko Dangote and Mr. Femi Otedola, who had been at each other’s neck for nearly a year.

In a truce brokered by the Editor-in-Chief and Chairman of THISDAY, Mr. Nduka Obaigbena, and other friends of the business moguls last Sunday, the two men decided to bury the hatchet and forge a new bond.

They had been invited separately for breakfast at Roberts Café, Victoria Island, Lagos , completely unaware of what was in the offing until they “bumped” into each other at the café.

Obaigbena had been speaking to the two men individually before their misunderstanding over the purchase of Texaco became a media war, but the mediation had only succeeded in curtailing the public nature of the fight.

At the reconciliation meeting on Sunday, they finally saw eye-to-eye for the first time in months as they spoke to each other at length, shook hands, asked frank questions and gave what were considered to be honest answers as to the source of their differences.

To the delight of their friends, they made a solemn pledge to let “bygone be bygone”.

They vowed to restore their confidence as friends, as Otedola acknowledged Dangote as his “elder brother” and “mentor”, promising to give Dangote his “due respect”.

Dangote, on his part, pledged to look after his “younger brother” and “protégé”.

When Obaigbena asked the two billionaires to apologise to each other, Otedola seized the initiative. He cut in and said that in Yoruba tradition, Dangote was his senior and it was therefore unnecessary for the Kano-born sugar and cement giant to apologise, as only the junior apologises to the senior.

They both agreed to end the long-running media war and withdraw all court cases related to the disagreement.

The meeting ended with the declaration of “no victor, no vanquished” by the two parties.

After the meeting, which was witnessed by Mr. Nduka Irabor, for chairman of House of Representatives Committee on Communications, and Mr. Albert Okumagba, the CEO of BGL Ltd, among others, the two billionaires drove together to Dangote’s house. Otedola also invited Dangote over to his office this Friday.

The origin of the quarrel is traced to the decision of ChevronTexaco to sell off its downstream interest in West Africa, including Nigeria , last year.

Otedola, who is the chairman of African Petroleum Plc and Zenon Oil, had put in a bid but MRS Holdings, owned by Dangote’s cousin, Sayyu Dantata, outbid Otedola to the coveted company.

It is believed that Otedola saw this as a betrayal on the part of Dangote because of an unwritten law that the two men would not encroach into each other’s territory in business. While Otedola was said to have accused Dangote of using his cousin as front for the Texaco transaction, Dangote reportedly said he was not a party to the deal.

MRS paid $1 billion for a 60 per cent stake in Texaco, while Otedola's bid of $200 million was considered insufficient.

Otedola decided to also go into Dangote’s territory, securing licence to bring in bagged cement, which he names “Otedola Portland Cement” and had already advertised it in the newspapers.

The major grouse of Otedola, it was reported, was that he had been confiding in Dangote over the deal all along, and was bitter that MRS, in which Dangote reportedly has 80 per cent stake, went ahead and made a bid.

As the misunderstanding worsened, AP accused Dangote of manipulating its share prices to the extent that they started falling on the floor of the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE), losing over 80 per cent value in eight weeks.

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Hmmm,

I've always believed this Dayo Coker guy knew too much and with loads of confidence and passion about what he was saying to just ignore.Where are the IBPLC staffs and loyalists?

But come ooh why do i have this gut feeling that Dayo Coker = Sanusi perhaps im wrong but judging from the information at this dude's disposal it's apparent he knew what he was talking about all these while and from the "BOMB" statement,i could deduce this was someone who already knew he'd be sitting at the helms in CBN.

Sanusi from what i've seen and read about him (geeky and nerdy imo) could have been behind this!

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@ PapaBrowne. Your last statement shows that you are not very honest.

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It might interest you 2 know that the real target of Dayo Coker, Sanusi, the Caliphate and the Arab Funds is not exactly Intercontinental Bank's Erastus Akingbola  but RCCG. You will be shocked if you knew the real intentions!!

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I suspect that too. The uninformed masses are panicking and I've been told by about 5 different people today alone that they will close their accounts with the affected banks. They don't care to know what happened or why these men were changed, all they know is Dayo Coker said all is not well with the bank.

Nigerians have gone through painful seasons of bank closure and nobody wants to lose money again through that process. The staff of those banks needs to start looking for job elsewhere because the road will not be easy henceforth.

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dayo coker funny chap, you were quick with your pen to attack akingbola and intercontinental bank now you are shaking like a reed because you got an sms from a disgruntled staff, that's what happens when you give a skewed report about a bank, your action is worse than what the helms men at the bank did, as it could lead to panic selling further compounding the woes of the bank and as a blogger you should always expect this its one of the risk of being a blogger go ask Abdel Kareem Soliman of egypt.

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Yes.

The truth lies in the nuances.

Dayo Coker

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twitter.com/dayocoker

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He was right all along.

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Dayo Coker Vs Erastus Akingbola. It seems the blogger won the battle.

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are u guys still hammering on this nonsense?

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And six weeks later, Intercontinental Bank is still standing strong.

And for the Dayo Coker guy,  below is the last posting on his blog:

I wish him well!

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Dayo Coker’s current claims however contradicted the picture he was painting in his post of ‘TELL US THE TRUTH’. He was trying to make us believe that Intercontinental Bank was  diverting the money from EIB by setting up nonprofit organizations and channeling the money there. Yet in the current article posted on his blog and in Sahara reporters’ site he said someone in EIB told him that the money was approved since 2007 but Intercontinental Bank has not drawn it. What do we now believe? I can actually see the hand of a disgruntle fellow at work here. His integrity and his real mission looks suspect.

Well to me, though am indifferent, I think  that Intercontinental Bank may have chosen not to reply any of his claims  appears to be a sane response, since a lot of commentators have questioned the veracity of his claims, more so he is faceless. My concern, however is if he is allowed to run his propaganda on a responsible websites like http://www.saharareporters.com ,  his questionable character will rub -off on such websites soon.

He started with a BANK ON THE VERGE OF COLLAPSE now he is talking about issue that has no bearing with that. What exactly is he trying to do? I was actually waiting for him to give us the proof that the bank was distressed and not cooking up stories.

What he has failed to inform us is whether the EIB/Intercontinental Bank transaction was conluded in 2007 0r 2009, cos signing off a loan agreement is different from approval, and the parties must meet some conditions before draw down.

Questions.

1. When was the loan agreement signed?

2. When was the loan approved?

3. What is the tenor of this arangement?

4. When is the draw down date for Intercontinental Bank ?

5. Have both parties met the conditions for the laon and when did they meet the condition?

If we can be provided with the answers to the above questions we can draw our conclusion.

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Can one man pull a bank down? emm yes somehow.

can dayo coker pull intercontinental down? NOOOOOOO

Guy u have the best traffic pulling stunt any blogger has engaged in. Enjoy the limelight while it last. Maybe u should even go to MO or do an early morning radio special or AIT morning program, But realise that the fun will soon be over and then what next.

you remind of the guys that posted the best web designers in nigeria and had the audacity to put seun the owner of nairaland. I tire for all this bloggers lets get real and do good stuffs.

My parting word. if you have evidence begin to put them out on your blog let us see. i guess the internet is an anonymous enviroment. Mail a newspaper house you never can tell. If you believe in what you say you have bring it out, don't be there trying to blackmail the bank.

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Dayo Coker claims to have obtained evidence exposing ICB.

http://www.saharareporters.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2260:the-lies-of-intercontinental-bank&catid=116:sr-readers-letters&Itemid=393

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@ dayo coker - i dont know how this works for you really. I doubt that your attempt to pull IBPlc down will work, i am sure you know that this fight is way bigger than you. You really need to try come up with some thing that will give you a little credibility. I must be honest with you, right now you seem to me to be some one with a personal vendetta. and that makes you and your trumped up intentions very suspect. how come your primary focus is IBPlc? are you trying to convince us all that all the other banks in NIgeria are void of their own share of the economic crises and all matters arising from this situation? i really think if you could spread your net wider we might actually try too start believing that there is nothing more than meets the eye on this issue.

, and i don't quite get it but are you saying some one gave you wrong information on the purported increase in the minimum balance for savings account? i am not sure your informants can be trusted, abi what do you think? if they led you astray once, they'd probably do it again. don't you think?

, as for chairing an editorial - nope. i haven't, but with all the blunders you have made so far, i am sure i could do a much better job than you have done so far. both in information gathering as well as dissemination, i remember in those days not so long ago when it was said that information to be disseminated needed to be reliable. imagine if we were to believe your trumped up allegation against the bank and also the so called ''FACTS'' you have been selling, then you would be guilty of misrepresentation. quite frankly i see this your mission as a weak attempt at cheap popularity.

, as i said earlier and i will say again, if you have good information to back up your claims, kindly channel this to the right authourity, if you think they'll sit on it, take it to an objective media outfit, i am sure some one will hear your story eventually.

p.s you see, one thing still worries me and that is , how come you know so much about erastus akingbola, his wife, his business, her business? don't you see that it is pretty obvious even to the blind that this is personal? what we know to be ''BEEF''?

lol, in fact lmao,

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ok, my little contribution to this is that Intercontinental Bank has reduced its staff's salaries twice this year. I know cos i've got a relative who works there!

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Intercontinental has nothing to prove, this is a complete rubbish Dayo ha ba, this is so cheap, you and I know that you can do better

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Dr Kitaun responding to a faceless human being will only give him credence which he does not deserve let him show his face abi

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this is the joke of the year; my brothers and sisters, as for me I don't want to believe both parties, but except the guys at Intercontinental bank are so dumb, how could they have sent a threat message using their own email address, the technology to send email using anybody email id is out there for less than 10$ so I don't think they will use their own email address for such; tell the blogger to use something better but I cannot be fooled. even guys around can send sms to anyone from the internet and use any number they choose to use. Sms can be sent to a wife as if the message came from the husband even without touching the man's phone. Mr. Dayo coker please this is old fashioned

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I take ur post to mean we are wasting time commenting on issues here ?

do u at all know Governors and Senators browse NLAND ?

dont u think or agree with me that we can impact our world with some of these seemingly inconsequential posts ?

leave Dayo Coker be !

the onus is on Intercontinental Bank to prove he is lying !!!

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Dr. Kitaun - what has Dayo Coker said absolutely nothing am sure if we dig deep you will discover he is faceless if he has serious matters to expose am sure he will go to the right place not nairaland bad belle

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I wonder why you people are taking matters personal with Intercontinental Bank.

If you have any score with any of the bank's staff try and resolve it amicably not spoiling the image someone has built over years.

Intercontinental is in not distressed in any way, recently 3 batches were trained and resumed as entry level staff with the total numbered 177 just between January and march alone not mentioning over 500 interns recruited in Lagos and southwest .Will a distressed bank recruit while some other banks have started laying off their staff underground, some of these bank laid embargo on training of staff they have already send message s to resume in february while some even abandoned the training totally.

As touching the system down time, that same week first bank and skye bank had the same issue and it has happene d to other banks before , while criticizing intercontinental bank alone try and stop being personal.

Nairalander should be a part of rebranding Nigeria not pulling down good works that some people have builkt over the year.

Be careful because whatsoever you sow , you shall definitely reap even in more than you sow.

Intercontinental Happy customer, Happy Bank.

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Someone said, it won't happen even in USA, which USA if I may ask, okay, United State of Ado_Ekiti, apologies to my Ekiti friends; people are entitled to their opinion at any given situation base on varying indices. Farakhan have said and still says a lot about America and the likes of Bush & co; criticized his policies and decions called White House all sort of names; its based on his perception and experience. There's nothing stoping anyone to express feelings base on experience or perception; LET THINGS BE DONE THE RIGHT WAY, AS CIVILIZED INDIVIDUALS NOT AS BLACK PEOPLE WITH BLACK,

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Dayo Coker from the way you are going about this am overly convinced that you are either an insider or very close to someone who is an insider using you as he or she pleases that is if whatever you claim to be saying is true however if you have cared to read responses people don't believe you if you have poo to say go to the CBN because anything we read here or in the newspaper remains a rumour until CBN comes out to tell us it is true.

In addition I still maintain that you are either an insider who has fallen out of power or you are representing an insider who has fallen out of power whichever way remember when the going was good you were enjoying it whatever you have done go and beg Akingbola for forgiveness the man is a christian and am sure he'll listen to you or your oga and forgive you.

For your information all banks in Nigeria have dirty deals i think you should make a list, we should have about 23 or 24 of them now and start investigating, better start from WEMA bank they have mega issues let me know your findings when you're done

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why do u have to send it to our inboxes. abeg drop ur bomb shell already. ok send it to my mailbox. check my profile for it.

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Hmmm Dayo, this your bad belle strong oh!

Are u this desperate? You don't need all this!

Nobody is going to join your personal campaign of vendetta!

It's your fight and you are alone!

@feliar

Perfect reasoning!

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Correction

The European Investment Bank can be reached via:

info@eib.org

infopol@eib.org

Thank You.

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The European Investment Bank can be reached via:

info@eib.org

infopol@eib.org

Thank you.

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I am firm believer in collective intelligence. In the push to force Intercontinental Bank to disclose the true state of its affairs, I would like to ask every interested person on Nairaland to join a letter writing campaign to the European Investment Bank, EIB, from which Intercontinental bank claims to have obtained a 50m Euro facility. The point of this letter is to ask them to reveal the true nature of their business with Intercontinental Bank. It is particularly worrying that the bank inaugurated an education foundation soon after announcing the deal.

Please join in this campaign.

dayocoker.wordpress.com

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For those of you still doubting the authenticity of the threat email, I'm prepared to forward a copy directly to your inboxes. This way, there will be no question of tampering and suchlike. By the way, I'm not afraid of lawsuits and all this crap about defamation. Nothing I've written is untrue and the documents in my possession ensure that the bank will not take a decision that could finally push it off the precipice.

I observed that like most obtuse Nigerian columnists, Mr Steve Ayorinde decided to savage me in his Thursday Punch column rather than get his facts straight. He claimed that Intercontinental Bank increased its minimum deposit from 5,000 to 10,000 when the previous balance was in fact 1,000. Feliar, I'm curious. Could you please tell me the editorial that you chaired?

Someone in the other Intercontinental bank thread on this forum has wisely suggested how to clean up the mess in our financial system. We must stop commercial banks from keeping government accounts. That way, they will have to fight for patronage and clean up their acts.

The truth has no branches.

dayo.coker@gmail.com

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To start with, i find it very sad that considering the extremely volatile and unpredictable economic atmosphere in which we find ourselves thrust into, some ‘’learned ‘’and ‘’ intelligent’’ individual, such as i would like to ascribe said adjectives to this blogger, would care to begin to propagate such malicious, twisted and obviously self serving lies as facts and not only concoct this tale to maybe convince himself on the state of this highly reputable bank, but going on further to spread said lies, theories and hallucinations to a wide range of individuals, who in turn have, aided with our ever faithful and obviously most efficient means of dispersion, the www, proceeded to spread this misinformation like wild fire. Such far reaching effects and consequences of this barrage of lies can only be left to the imagination.

In effect if a mail was sent to this blogger, it was definitely not sent by the bank’s designated office on such issues. It could have been sent by an overzealous staff. Only overzealous in the sense that the position of replying this gossipmonger is not one of the staff but the designated office charged with managing the corporate image of the bank. All this is in the supposition that the mail was actually sent by a member of staff. Cos as someone clearly pointed out, the presentation of the mail may suggest that we argue its authenticity.

I would also like to point out with firm authority that the underlying facts with which this unrepentant blogger – who by the way for those of you less informed, is constituting a national threat – to our economic stability as well as a social nuisance for creating unnecessary unease in an already tense situation, have been manipulated. In the first instance the purported technical difficulty which the bank experienced lasted 2 days and 2 days only. Subsequent upon which the sms was sent informing customers of the increase in the minimum balance for savings accounts. This was later retracted less than 4 working days later. This blogger has distorted the sequence of events by suggesting that the IT failure was aimed at disabling customers from withdrawing their money and closing out their accounts. I would only like this blogger what business rationale an organization might stand to gain by

(1) Creating panic amongst its most prized assets – customers

(2) Disabling customers from collecting their money by feigning technical failure for just 2 days when this would add no value to the books of the company at the end of the day

I say this with the most respect to this blogger – but you need to open your mind, expand your thinking capacity and use your brain once in a while prior to sending out obviously emotional articles. You need to attack any issue objectively and not emotionally because it appears to me that there is more than ‘’public service ‘’ attached to sending out this obviously flawed report. If you had been more akin to checking and cross checking your ‘’facts’’ which i consider as mere information at this point, asked a couple of questions and reasoned for just about 10 minutes at least, you might have come to the same conclusion that a number of us came to when we read your alert report – this simply does not make any business sense. It appeared that this individual has a vendetta and this mail is simply aimed at causing panic.

Not to overly rush to the defence of the bank, but to ensure that people are given information which are honest and reliable, selfless and objective so they make their own decisions on which way to go – rather than the band wagon effect this writer aimed at achieving. His mail was only geared at distorting information, events and only God knows to what purpose. His only saving grace and possibly the only reason his mouth is still so wide and he remains unrepentant is simply because Nigeria being what it is, one may not be opportune to sue for libel, and damages and in fact anything else that comes to mind for spreading such lies. He may walk freely and use the www to his advantage simply because there may be no apparent way to shut him down.

My advice to the bank – tread carefully before you send out information to your customers, to avoid the embarrassment of having to explain yourself to such malicious people as this blogger. In addition staffs need to be cautioned on the following protocol on the manner in which issues bordering on corporate affairs are handled. Regardless of how emotional one may get on issues of this nature – we should always allow a cooler head and clear thought processes so that we can always make the best decisions. The staff are the image of the bank and the way they coordinate themselves will be a reflection of the bank.

My advice to the blogger/writer – as one who once chaired an editorial i am lost in wonder on your leadership skills. If you are unable to ensure an objective research of facts, little wonder why there is an ‘’ex’’ preceding your editor status. Information which will be disseminated to the public needs to be as reliable as possible. Your comments and view point was highly subjective. If you have a vendetta or grouse with the bank, kindly assume that position and please do not hide behind any front of public service. Do not pursue your personal interests citing other people’s interests as your motivation. Take all the swings you want and all the cheap shots you may desire but kindly do so honestly and with your real intention apparent.

My advice to people who have decided to lend a voice to this propaganda and those of you who say all banks should fail, some day in the nearest future i might take out the time to edify you on the harm of such statements. They not only sing that the writers are oblivious of economic facts, but they are also void of thinking ability – because just in case you are unaware, the survival of any nation’s economy relies sternly on the stiff spine of a thriving banking industry. Your prayers and thoughts to be on the best plan to resuscitate the banking sector, to revive the economy and not make slanderous remarks that can destroy that same economy. We are not mutually exclusive from the revitalization or ruin of our nation’s economy – in so far as we lend a hand to either.

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I don tire for this accusations and counter accusations.

De-marketing

Pull him down syndrome (abi na spirit)

The fact is that there is global reccession and i know that no bank is safe. IBPLC, GTB, etc, even CBN, afterall the government of Czech republic crashed yesterday because of the recession, while some European countries have declared bankrupty.

We should be happy that no bank has failed in Nigeria and we're just tackling this dollar issue(my major concern as a businessman)

Since IBPLC has now told us again that minimum balance is now 1k, i'm ok. That was why we joined this thread in shouting Ole!

[b]"the best warriors are these two: TIME and PATIENCE" - chinese proverb

time will tell, lets have patience ;[/b]D

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Waow, just because someone said something doesn't make it true but then there's this

adage ''There's no smoke without fire''. Hence I won't say I believe or disbelieve what

Dayo Coker has said. I read the blog and I was amazed at the level of information that

ordinary Nigerians would not be privy to that was put up. Most people know very little

about the bank they use. I don't bank with Intercontinental but Ihave friends who bank

and work there. If all these are true, it means people's hard-earned money might get

stuck if the bank liquidates.

Let's get good information before we take action please.

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Besides Dayo Coker you look like an Eskimo to me not a northerner

Bye Eskimo

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Dayo cooker or coker from all your talk about dropping a big bomb or small poo me mind tells me that you are indeed an ex-staff probably sacked for wrong doing and now you want payback I advise you to go to Guardian newspaper and drop your bomb cause the people that matter can read it there Erastus Akingbola will not hear or see u on nairaland so quit the games if you really have a big bomb to drop drop it now and stop telling us to wait for it else you better go back to your former employer and ask for forgiveness cause the way you're going they'll soon find u out and will never respond to your reference if you get another job

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why dont you try agbonmagbe bank

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blacklion or black monkey wetin you call yourself do you want to see more unsecured loan go to other banks you go type you go tire abi you no hear of N17billion wey loss through Ali Baba wife for Bank PHB abeg comot for here all Nigerian banks get issues leave that thing meshonu if u no get anything to say

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Dayo Coker go to hell all your type just go about talking rubbish yo know nothing about I repeat go to hell my money is safe where it is and it will continue to be safe you have forgotten that if this bank goes down some other banks and financial institution will go with it I repeat go to hell beacuse your initial rumour of distress has been killed by CBN you want to cook up another one MY FRIEND GO TO HELL

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Dayo Coker

Your last two write-ups show clearly that you have some scores to settle with Erastus Akingbola. So maybe you should leave Intercontinental Bank out of this. You appear to be a frustrated and/or rusticated employee of the bank, the type of child that says if I cannot have a toy, no other child will play with it, I will rather destroy it. The type of man that exits a building and wants to pull it down on other innocent occupants. It appears your conscience is dead, that even when you defraud an organization and you are punished, you have no sense of remorse to make a new beginning. You betrayed investment of your parent, the organization that nurtured you and the Nigerian nation.

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oh, how bad it must feel,IB Plc has contributed so much to Vanguard and nothing to you or your faceless cohorts whose intrests you pursue,

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dayo coker is a liar and an attention LovePeddler. the mail is obviously fake, if anyone wants to threaten you its the legal department. besides, the addressing format is obviously fake to any halfwit with an email. "hide details"? which email client has that option? and what details are being hid given the "sender"s email address is displayed?

dayo, if you want attention and relevance, avoid this pretty obvious, childish fraud.

PS: i do not work FOR any bank, i do work WITH them. As a Financial analyst who sometimes makes financial intelligence reports to relevant bodies (one of which begins with the letter E) i tell you that almost ALL our banks are at risk by virtue of being overexposed but few stand the immediate risk of floundering. Intercontinental Bank is certainly not going down soon.

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bored, now. bye, retards.

you know yourselves.

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Paranoia , grand delusion . I have seen this sort of condition before and it is common with people on hard drugs - the very serious cases. Better go to the mental hospital and seek help man or you will soon be walking Unclad in the street.

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Dayo,

I think you are trying too hard to make your points. A good article will sell itself. You have already told us the bank is on the verge of collapse, then rest your case and let Nigerians make their decisions.

You are taking this issue too personal and as such discrediting your article. Your criticisms are well noted but allow the public to make up their minds on the issues raised rather than sounding as a prophet of doom and assuming the position of a regulatory authority.

Let the issues raised generate public opinions and not you instigating them to follow hook line and sinker your own point of view.

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rooster and fairy bull stories!!!!!!!!!!!

Are you that desperate?

is this the best spiel that Intercontinental PR department can come up with?

Northern oligarchy indeed!

Abeg stop perambulating and answer to the specific allegations raised -

1. N19 billion unsecured facility to Tanzila Petroleum

2. US$200 million unsecured facility to James Ibori for the acquisition of WILBROS

Answer these allegations directly and stop beating about the bush.

You think you are dealing with small kids who don't know what's going on?

Why

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