DAFCT Communications Tackles Obi Cubana’s Lawyer, Says Purported Article Not Malicious
The Management of DAFCT Communications, publishers of P.M.EXPRESS Newspaper, said that their attention has been drawn to a news item on some website links with a story purportedly done to dent the image of a popular entertainment and hospitality mogul, Obinna Iyiegbu a.k.a Obi Cubana.
“For the avoidance of doubt, P.M.EXPRESS is a reputable media platform run by a group of trained and respected media personalities with decades of experience in the industry. And over the years, the platform has continued to offer unbiased and balanced reportage on all issues with a professional touch while making a positive difference in the society through news dissemination, entertainment and education of readers across the board,” the management stated.
“We were shocked as our attention was called to a news item on some websites linking us with a story purportedly done to dent the image of a popular entertainment and hospitality mogul. We sincerely believe that there must be a mix up somewhere.”
“For the records, our media platform has a record of celebrating the achievements of brands, entrepreneurs and successful businesses. We equally at different times, had celebrated and highlighted the achievements of the respected entertainment and hospitality mogul in question. So the management was shocked to read our outfit being linked to a news item purportedly meant to defame the personality in view.”
“We treasure our hard-earned reputation and would not want to be associated with defamatory publications.”
“For the avoidance of doubts, the alleged screenshot sent across by Obi Cubana’s lawyer, Mr. Afam Osigwe SAN, had nothing to do with us even as he did not provide the web link he alluded to us. It is, therefore, very wrong not to have crosschecked properly before accusing us wrongfully.”
“Attached is the screenshot of our publication and the web link: https://pmexpressng.com/court-orders-banks-to-freeze-suspected-drug-barons-accounts/