In a copy of the suit circulating on social media, the plaintiff claims that the first defendant’s constant demands for sexual harassment and a romantic relationship led her to give in to have peace of mind at work. .
“Plaintiff denies that in this context of continuous sexual harassment and abuse by 1” the defendant on the plaintiff, but the 2nd defendant was not taking steps to get rid of it but encouraged the plaintiff by her acts of omission. 1 “gave himself a victim at the hands of the defendant and had a parlor relationship with the 1st defendant.” Her lawyer Mohamed Atta read part of the suit filed at the Accra High Court.
The Plaintiff complains that during her National Service, she and the 1st Defendant entered into a parlor relationship. The Plaintiff complains that the relationship started as a result of constant sexual harassment and abuse by the 1st Defendant, who would have been a nightmare working in the 2nd Defendant’s office had it not been for the authorization finally given by the Plaintiff, a superior officer.
The plaintiff alleges that First Atlantic Bank watched as its senior managers abused their positions to have sexual relationships with younger female employees. He said the financial institution itself is complicit in pushing women workers into sexual relations with potential clients against their will and harming their health.
“The plaintiff denied that when the 2nd defendant started working with the bank, he noticed constant sexual harassment by senior male officers against the female employees of the bank and if you failed to give in to their demands, your life in the bank would be unhappy. , inconvenient and unfriendly to work with.
“Plaintiff denies that virtually every senior manager has a girlfriend in the bank and to the knowledge of the managers of the 2nd defendant bank, they change the women at their will. They use the women staff to give them advances with a view to sleeping with rich customers and opening accounts in the bank to the detriment of the women staff.
Deborah Seram Adabla argued that the bank owed her a duty of care, but that it did not fail to discharge that duty, but used her as bait to get wealthy men to open accounts with the bank in exchange for sex.
After her service, she left the bank and did not accept a job offer to work with the institution as Kwasi Nimako asked her to leave with the promise of the following:
• Total amount of working capital to start the business.
• Pay her accommodation/rent for 3 years
• Pay her GHc 3,000.00 per month.
• Buy a ring for the plaintiff.
• Pay her medical and other bills, pay for her to undergo family planning treatment so that she does not give birth any time soon.
• Challenged 1′ relationship with the defendant’s wife to marry the plaintiff after divorcing his wife in the case of a parlor affair, with irreconcilable differences and the marriage having broken down beyond repair and or reconciliation. To take care of the plaintiff in general.
Therefore, Deborah Seram Adabla has requested the court to issue the following orders against both First Atlantic Bank and Kwasi Nimako:
a) 15′ The respondent in car no. An order transferring the title of GC-7899-21 to the name of the plaintiff and or an order directing the registration of car no.GC-7899-21 with the DVLA, the plaintiff as the owner.
b) Reimbursement of the repair cost of Ghc10,000.00, which the defendant failed to promise to reimburse the plaintiff. c) An order that the defendants pay the following to the plaintiff: (i) The 1st defendant pays the plaintiff a lump sum to enable the plaintiff to commence business as agreed by the plaintiff and the defendants. (ii) The 1st Defendant shall pay rent for the remaining two (2) years for the Plaintiff’s accommodation or the same amount in alternative accommodation at the same rate for the remaining two (2) years. (iii) 1st defendant to pay the arrears of monthly allowance of the plaintiff from July 2022 till the date of judgment and to pay all medical expenses incurred as a result of side effects of family planning treatment. (iv) General damages against defendants.
(d) any other relief(s) the court deems necessary, including legal costs.