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Leek United’s Twitter account ‘fake’ assertion untrue – investigation

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  • 14/11/2018
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Mortgage Solutions can reveal that a Leek United statement claiming allegations about its new CEO made on its Twitter page were from fake accounts was false.

 

This follows the appointment of Andrew Healy as CEO at Leek United last month, joining from the Bank of Maldives.

Leek United stated it had been advised by the Bank of Maldives that these comments came from ‘fake accounts which should be deleted shortly’ according to the statement published on its website.

However, Mortgage Solutions completed a series of fact checks proving that some of these accounts are active.

Adam Abdulla gave his authorisation to be named, explaining over the phone that he is a student from Syracuse University, in New York State.

Another is a social media activist and member of the Maldives Democracy Party (MDP) but chose to remain anonymous in print.

A spokesman for Leek United was unclear on how far it had verified the statement and declined to comment further.

Andrew Healy’s appointment follows the decision by Kevin Wilson to stand down after 14 years as chief executive, who will remain in post until December.

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