The management of Cleanserve Integrated Energy Solutions Limited has debunked a media report on the appointment of a new chairman and chief executive for Cleanserve Energy Services Limited.
In a statement on Thursday, the management noted that an “online publication attributed to one David Aloh, who was described as ‘Cleanserve Head, Legal Services and Administration’ and that ‘Cleanserve Integrated Energy Solutions Limited has appointed one Chris Ndulue as the new Chief Executive Officer and Vincent Ndubueze, a Professor as the new board Chairman.’”
The statement added: “There is no staff of Cleanserve Integrated Energy Solutions Limited known as David Aloh. The head of legal of the Company is Mrs. Yemi Lawal-Daki and she still remains so.”
The management urged the general public to discountenance the announcement, which is not only false but misleading, adding that the board of directors of Cleanserve Integrated Energy Solutions Limited has not met to reconstitute its board nor replace its chairman and managing director.
The statement drew the attention of the general public to an ongoing suit No. FHC/L/CS/1382/2019 in which Vincent Ndubueze, the so-called newly appointed chairman and one other member who are the first and second defendant/respondent were restrained by an order of the Federal High Court “from taking any step(s) in furtherance of their purported ‘Resolutions’ of Pre-AGM Board Meeting and/or Annual General Meeting of 11th July, 2019 of the 4th Defendant Company pending and to abide the hearing and determination of the Motion on Notice…”
Hence, “By the said Order of the Court, Mr. Azubuike Ishiekwene and Mr. Lekan Abdul subsist and remain the Chairman and Managing Director/CEO of Cleanserve Integrated Energy Solutions Limited respectively.”