A Ghanaian woman identified as Deborah Seyram Adablah has filed a lawsuit against her former boss and First Atlantic Bank over breach of contracts.
Deborah Seyram Adablah, launched legal proceedings against her former Boss, Ernest Kwasi Nimako who was her ‘Sugar Daddy’ during the one-year period of her National Service at First Atlantic Bank.
According to the plaintiff, she wants the court to force her former ‘boyfriend’ to fulfil his promises to her – that is to buy her a car, rent a place for her and pay her monthly allowances.
Excerpts from the writ of summons filed by the Deborah’s lawyers at the High Court in Accra has popped up online.
Writ of summons
In a writ of summons, Deborah Seyram Adablah alleges that she fell for the relationship because she wanted to keep her job and also for her peace of mind in the working space since other ladies who turned down Managers at First Atlantic Bank made life uncomfortable for them.
Deborah says what’s even worrying is the fact that senior management of the bank routinely s*xually harrases the ladies who work there and force them into relationships.
She also said they are sometimes forced to woo rich men to open accounts at the ban.
She said while they were in the relationship, Ernest Kwasi Nimako asked that she rejects a contract offer from the bank and promised among other things to take care of her basic needs which include rent, and monthly allowance.
Also, he promised to divorce his wife and marry her because his marriage had broken beyond redemption.
However, their relationship suffered some differences in July 2022 when the first defendant Ernest Kwasi Nimako decided to stop paying her rent and also providing other benefits he promised her.
What Deborah Seyram Adablah wants from the court
Deborah is making the following claims against her boss and First Atlantic Bank: and prays the court grants them:
Her suit begs the court to force Ernest to fulfil his promises – that he transfer the title of Car registered GC-7899-21 to her, refund the cost of repair for her car which is GHc 10,000, pay a lump sum to help her start a business to take care of herself.
She is also seeking payment of arrears of her monthly allowance from July 2022 and arrears of her apartment.
Check out more details of the suit below
The writ dated January 23, 2023 and the interesting claims it contains have been trending on social media.