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Diamond Trust Bank CEO Nassem Devji Avoiding Office, Working Remotely

Panic-stricken terrorism linked Diamond Trust Bank CEO Nassem Devji is avoiding office and working remotely, we can confirm.

According to our sources, the CEO is buying time for “Negotiations” aimed at dropping her case, despite mountains of evidence linking the bank and the CEO to a terror network.

Three weeks ago, we exclusively revealed that the CEO had been arrested by the ATPU and recorded statements but a call from the Aga Khan to state-house led to her release despite the seriousness of the scandal.

There were media efforts to black-out the brewing DTB scandal but all in all the truth usually comes out.

The gullible consumers of news continue to be rationed despite the fact that they are also the buyers of media, they are the shareholders of media companies and more importantly shareholders of the corporates the cover for.

Someone f*cking gets to decide what is palatable for your media consumption and what isn’t, based on the commercial interest of the time.

Without serious and incisive coverage of such scandals, how will the next Diamond Trust Bank CEO know that aiding terrorism is a crime?

In this case, the Anti-Terrorism police Unit is under the spotlight for arresting, releasing and watering down a serious terrorism case. Why has the DTB CEO not been prosecuted despite being arrested and recording statements?

Who is the Aga Khan that can buy the whole system and shoot down serious cases pertaining to terrorism?

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