Juma Kisaame the managing director DFCU Bank could be the latest high ranking official to resign from the bank as liquidity crisis continues to ravage the banking institution.
According to an official at the bank, Kisaame is under pressure from the Board of Directors and Shareholders as also more staff tender in their resignations because of being promised air.
This official also says that the remaining workers connive with the bank’s head of security to rob the bank.
It is reported that at Kampala road branch, a manager fled the country with shs 100,000,00/- to United Arab Emirates while at Entebbe branch, the manager is being hunted for also wetting his Bick with shs 1000,000/-.
“Currently, we have no systems in DFCU, that’s why staffs are resigning; our MD Kisaame i is under tremendous pressure from the board and shareholders.” A source narrated.
Workers further revealed that to secure a loan at DFCU bank, clients have to first bribe the managers.
“For example if you want like 10m, they will tell you that we need this amount of share such that you qualify for the loan.” One of the female staffs at Down town Kampala branch narrated.