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INNOSON VEHICLES SEALED 7 BRANCHES OF GTBANK TO RECOVER DEBT

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The war between Innoson vehicle has taken another turn.



After the court of law had ordered Innoson to take over GTBank due to the debt owed by the bank. 

Innoson vehicle announced to have sealed 7 GTBanks branch in Nigeria due to this. The spoke person of Innoson vehicles confirmed the company have sealed 7 GTBanks in the east, one in Nnewi, two in Onitsha, two in Awka and two in Enugu. There is also plans to seal the headquarter next week. See video below. 

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