‘Some fake accounts accuse my client’
KUWAIT CITY, Aug 20: Lawyer Abdulaziz Al-Enezi said some fake accounts in the social media accuse his client, Director-General of the Kuwait Ports Authority, Sheikh Yusuf Al-Abdullah, in corruption cases which he has nothing to do with in any way, reports Al-Anba daily.
Al-Enezi added the fake accounts have published a document issued by the BFC Bank, which includes the name of his client, in addition to other names. “We do not know whether this document is real or forged,” he said and pointed out his client did not issue any power of attorney to open accounts on his behalf inside or outside Kuwait.
Al-Enezi pointed out his client, has no knowledge about opening any account in his name in the Republic of the Comoros or other countries, since his client does not have personal accounts in his name outside Kuwait. Al-Enezi said: “We will submit a report to the Public Prosecution to look into this matter so that we can take all legal measures against anyone who undermines and defame the reputation of my client as my client continues to fight corruption and the corrupt.”
Lawyer Al-Enezi stated that his client visited the ambassador of the United Republic of Comoros, and handed him a notification addressed to the Governor of the Central Bank of Comoros, in order to find out whether the document which does not contain a date or reference and allegedly issued by the BFC Bank, was real or fake and whether an account has already been opened in his name in this bank or other banks in the Republic of Comoros.