Ms. Honora Olumide Johnson, a former confidential secretary to Dr. Mike Adenuga, has carried out for help as her former boss used the Eonomic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) to evict her from her multimillion apart.
Madam Nora, in a video exclusively obtained by INFO DAILY is seen weeping that after working with her former boss for 30 years she left his company and the multi billionaire took her to court in 2019 and 2021 and oppressed her with his influence and affluence.
Madam Nora, according to findings, worked with Dr. Mike Adenuga, owner of Globacom, Conoil and with some interests in the banking industry, for 30 years.
It was gathered by INFO DAILY that, while in the employ of Adenuga, she was the go-between the billionaire business man and other members of staff of the Adenuga business empire.
Known as “Madam Nora” by staff, not a few of the staff were shocked, when in 2019, Nora left the Adenuga Group, abruptly, in circumstances that remained shrouded in mystery.
However, her ordeals began shortly thereafter and Nora, who is not a full blown Nigerian, has not been at ease, ever since.
Many believed that there is more to the allegation of the $350,000 theft levied against Madam Nora by Dr. Adenuga, who is known to be recklessly generous to the staff that form the inner circle of the Adenuga conglomerate, of which, Nora, was unarguably, the lead.
INFO DAILY had reported that Ms. Nora had said that the allegation of conspiracy, forgery, stealing and obtaining money under false pretence leveled against her by her former boss was because she walked away from a 30-year love relationship with him, for her peace of mind.
She disclosed this while taking an oath before Justice Mohammed Liman of Federal High Court, Lagos.
She supported her motion with an affidavit denying all the allegations contained in the petition and averred that at no time in 2013 was she instructed by Dr. Adenuga or Worldspan to transfer the alleged $300,000/close any accounts nor did she participate in any transfer of the said sum to DSL nominees, China.
She maintained that she was never queried for any alleged diversion of $300,000 from 2013 till she left her employment in 2019 and further stated that she was never involved in alleged stealing of a phantom $350,000 from between 2018 and 2020, moreso as she had since early 2019 left Adenuga’s company.