In a writ of summons making rounds on social media, the plaintiff stated that during her National Service at the bank, she entered into the relationship as a result of persistent sexual harassment and abuse by Mr. Nimako.
According to her, Ernest Kwasi Nimako who was her superior in the capacity as the Chief Financial Officer at the bank mounted sexual demands on her and failure to give in meant his continuous stay at the organization was going to be miserable.
Miss Adablah recounted how Mr. Nimako convinced her not to accept an offer of contract to work with the bank assuring her of “a lump sum of working capital, a car, paying her accommodation for three years; Three Thousand Ghana cedis a month, a promise to marry her after divorcing his wife, and a ring, among others.”
She avers that Mr. Nimako stopped paying her rent and monthly allowance after they had some differences.
She is therefore seeking an order from the court to direct Ernest Nimako to transfer the title of car number GC 7899-21 into her name.
Miss Adablah is also seeking a refund of the cost of repairs of over Ten Thousand Ghana cedis, which he promised to refund but failed to do.
She also wants Mr. Nimako to pay a lump sum of money to enable her to start a business to take care of herself, as agreed by her and the defendant, among others.
First Atlantic Bank is yet to respond to these allegations.