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The management of Property World Africa Network (PWAN Group) has indefinitely suspended Mrs Uloma James Stella, a senior staff of the company, for assaulting one Mr Bajie John, an Eighteen-year-old former staff of the company.

Mrs Uloma James Stella was depicted in a video clip that has gone viral on social media where, she verbally and physically assaulted Mr John, ordering him to get out of her office, just because Mr Bajie had the gut to ask for his unpaid December 2021 salary.

Our correspondent learned that Mrs Uloma was the Managing Director of PWAN Prestige, one of the 40 affiliate companies under the PWAN Group.

In a statement issued this afternoon and signed personally, the President of PWAN Group, Dr Jayne Onwumere said: "We seriously condemn this ugly act and want to state emphatically and categorically that this dastard act is not in our culture.

She added; "It is not our habit: and it is not our code of conduct. As we all know, PWAN Group is one of the leading real estate businesses in Nigeria in a decade with a good and honest reputation."

"This verbal and physical assault reported yesterday March 14th, 2022, in one of our affiliate companies did not emanate from us but the personal idiosyncrasy of Mrs Uloma James Stella which will be met with equal sanctions," the Group's President further stated.

Consequently, the management of PWAN Group suspended Mrs Uloma James Stella; and asked the firm's disciplinary committee to commence enquiries into the incident, to see that justice is done.

Dr Jayne Onwumere further said that PWAN Group would release the appropriate disciplinary measure against Mrs Uloma James Stella over the inhuman and degrading treatment of Mr Bajie John.

Dr Jayne Onwumere insisted that PWAN Group is committed to her core values of respect to dignity of humanity adding "we truly apologise to Mr Bajie John over this inhuman act against his person."


Meanwhile, PWAN Group has paid Bajie John his unpaid salary, promising to pick up his medical bills in case he sustained any injury during the physical attack.

The Company has further offered to sponsor Mr John through his University Education and also employ him afterwards. 

"Mrs Uloma has already apologised to Mr John for the assault she meted on him," the President said.

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