According to the woman, Resolution Technology is fake and they have scammed a lot of people of their hard earned money. Deborah Okezie said that she rather live in poverty than make money at the expense of someone's suffering.
She called out the CEO of Resolution Technology, Festus Samuel. She said that Festus Samuel took over N1 million from her. She demanded that Festus Samuel should psy her back immediately.
In an ongoing Facebook live video she's doing, Deborah Okezie played an alleged audio record of Festus begging one of the investors he defrauded to have patient with him and that he would pay back the money.
See link to the Facebook live video, it is still live and ongoing so if you want to watch click the link below:
She said that from today henceforth, her son, Don Davis seizes to be the brand ambassador of Resolution Technology because she can never be associated to fraud.
Deborah Okezie noted that this is just the beginning because she has enough evidence to prove that Festus Samuel and Resolution Technology are fraudulent. She said she will be releasing more evidence if Festus Samuel fails to pay her and the others he defrauded.
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