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Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom’s Groupe Nduom has completed the transaction to acquire Illinois-Service Federal Savings Bank (ISF Bank) following the regulatory approval by the US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

During the completion of the transaction, Dr Nduom said that the Nduom family was proud to support the leading institution and trusted Chicago partner which, for eight decades, has worked to revitalize the urban areas in which it operates.

He added: “Our investment will enable the Bank to build upon its legacy by providing a suite of innovative financial services and products to address its customers’ needs. This investment helps ensure that minority focused banks continue to play a vital role in community economic development.”

The Bank began in 1934 when community leaders came together to establish a savings and loan association sensitive to the needs of African-American residents of Chicago. The ISF Bank has two offices in the City, and through its Internet banking program, its services and products are available nationwide.

Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom and Mrs. Yvonne Nduom are private investors who began their professional life in the Midwestern United States. Dr. Nduom was a Deloitte & Touche partner in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mrs. Nduom worked with Allstate Insurance and Blue Cross, Blue Shield in Wisconsin. They provide managerial, technical and financial services through their management services company, International Business Solutions, LLC, based in Washington D.C. As an entrepreneurial family, the Nduom Family is proud and grateful for the opportunity to contribute to ISF’s legacy of socio-economic development.
Groupe Nduom is a family business group of Ghanaian and American origin. It manages a diverse portfolio of businesses and social welfare enterprises primarily in West Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.
Groupe Nduom manages companies in a variety of industries such as:

  1. Financial Industry: GN Bank, First National Togo, First National Cote d’Ivoire, GN Reinsurance, GN Life Assurance, Gold Coast Fund Management, Gold Coast Brokerage, PenTrust, Liberian Enterprise Development Finance Company, Ghana Growth Fund Company.
  2. Media: First Digital TV (including several television channels), Today Newspaper, DigiCut advertising, Radio stations.
  3. Hospitality, Sports and Entertainment: Coconut Grove Hotels, Elmina Sharks FC, Spyder Lee Entertainment, Sea Lions FC, Ahomka Fie Event Place.
  4. Industrial: GN Quarry, GN Concrete Products, GN Motors, FreshPaK, GN Electronics, GN Logistics, GN Printing, Qualtek (Technology), GN Power.
  5. Education: Monica Yorke School, Nduom University (Nduom School of Business & Technology; and GN Learning & Development Center), Elmina Community Library.
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Man Cries Out After This 2 Curvaceous Ladies Robbed Him After He Had Threesome Sex With Them (Photos)



Man Cries Out After This 2 Curvaceous Ladies Robbed Him

A South African man and Facebook user, Tshehla Modiba, took to the platform to raise an alarm over getting robbed by curvaceous ladies in Pretoria, South Africa.

According to him, the curvaceous ladies usually lie about losing their apartment keys, and when one falls asleep after having sex with them, they steal their victim’s money, jewelries and even cars. His post read;

“Guys please beware of these Ladies!. . This notorious pair operate around
Pretoria.. .When you leave the club with them they will say things like they have
misplaced their apartment keys, .if you take them to your place they will have wild sex
with you and when you fall asleep they take all your money and jewelry and even
your car!. . I’ve been robbed 6 times already“.

See post below;

Few months ago, the Bensalem police shared photos of female suspects accused of robbing a man on New Year’s Eve and racking up $7,500 worth of purchases on his credit cards.

“When he woke up the next morning, he realized his credit card, wallet, phone, everything had been stolen,”

said Fred Harran, Bensalem Township’s Director of Public Safety.

The man told police he met two women at a bar in Manayunk, but doesn’t remember what happened next until he woke up the next morning at a Holiday Inn in Bensalem.

“Moral of the story is you’re picking up two strangers you don’t know and bring them back to a hotel room, that’s not the most wisest move you can do,”

Harran said.

Investigators later tracked down multiple purchases made with the victim’s credit card, including one at a Walmart in Hamilton, New Jersey, and surveillance video captured the women using that card again at a liquor store in Trenton.

“Needless to say the man is a victim and we want to find the two folks responsible for this crime,”

Harran said.

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