- Posted December 15, 2013 by
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Citigroup's Inheritance Theft: The Beginning.
J. C. Murphy,
The attached letter from Citigroup international was what I was expecting – The letter on itself is GOLD – an opportunity that will begin the basis of exposing the wrong that was unleashed on vast majority of Ibrahim Bello family – our late father.
First, I hope you preserved whatever I A Bello business/money data available because it will come in handy. And please Citigroup must be reminded that UK laws and regulations are meant to protect not steal from customers, orphans and their families.
Secondly, the only lawful authority and account signatory is Ibrahim Bello. His sudden death meant that his monies and estate are to be presented to his family through the court of law (Sharia Law) of the land where he lives with his family, where he first opened his Citigroup account, Kano, Nigeria. The Sharia law of inheritance sharing is paramount.
Thirdly, Citigroup can present the company account – I A Bello and Sons Nigeria Ltd - to the Sharia court of law in Kano, the home of Ibrahim Bello and his family/ I A Bello and sons Nig Ltd. It will prove to the family that Suleiman Ibrahim Bello lied about true worth of our father’s wealth. The Sharia court will surely have a field day with him - Abuse of trust.
Citigroup is not above the Sharia law of inheritance gathering and sharing. My late father was a practising Muslim, a believer in Sharia law. The information Citigroup is refusing to release tantamount to aiding and abating a criminal and his collaborators. Citigroup, Kano is where it all began and where the I A Bello financial debauchery took place upon his sudden death. For how long does Citigroup think they can hide under the clog and auspices of Directorship and signatory? Does Citigroup have to wait for the fraudulent financial storm to gather or should they simply diffuse it?
I have fully understood Citigroup desire to distant themselves from any fraudulent/wicked activities through banking rules and regulation. It is imperative for Citigroup to also understand that an inheritance fraud had taken place where monies and asset were being stolen from orphans by a member of the family. Citigroup cannot and should not be a tool bed for such ruthless behaviour.
I and majority of my family members are willing to seek Citigroup Nigeria and Citigroup International full and unequivocal support in unravelling The Inheritance fraud. Suleiman Ibrahim Bello and his collaborators cannot and should not be allowed to continue with his oppressive, greedy, ruthless, fraudulent activities. IT MUST COME TO A HALT. Citigroup can play a positive role by being the good shepherd. My late father was a prime customer, show his family some respite dear people. I hope my conciliatory tone will go a long in putting heads together for the benefit of all.
All my letters will continue to be addressed to the CEO Citigroup as a precaution.
Mohammed Ibrahim Bello.
Mohammed .I. Bello, +234-80-33117090 --mobile