The bank made the request yesterday during its first appearance before the ad hoc committee in Parliament. The bank's legal officer Advocate 'Mampho Leshoele said they had prepared to testify on the bank's financial procedures based on the invitation letter from the committee and not against their clients’ financial status. “We request the committee to give us more time to go and make further investigations more so because of the clients’ confidentiality rules which we need to comply with. Besides, we were not aware that we would be asked questions relating to our clients’ financial status,” Adv Leshoele said.
Nedbank to testify against wool farmers
July 19, 2019 1 min read
MASERU - Nedbank Lesotho has requested to be given adequate time to investigate claims of three wool farmers who allegedly received bribe from the BKB wool and mohair brokers.