Among others that have come out to help Cynthia Morgan to get her feet back; is the Sterling Bank.
Just recently after Cynthia Morgan had shared her heartfelt story on twitter; of how she lost everything to her previous records label “Northside Records” owned by Jude Okoye.
The Sterling Bank has come out in help the German Juice crooner singer to rise again.
Sterling Bank shared through their official Twitter account on Tuesday 26 2020, that they felt Cynthia’s story and they’re out to collaborate with her on ONE BANK campaign.
As said by Sterling, “there is a bright future in her”.
“Hey Cynthia Morgan, we have followed your story and believe there is a bright future ahead of you. We would like to work with you on our ONE BANK campaign. Please get in touch by DM.” the tweet read.
Hey Cynthia Morgan, we have followed your story and believe there is a bright future ahead of you. We would like to work with you on our ONE BANK campaign. Please get in touch by DM.@MadrinaFire pic.twitter.com/pXcIL2Z9Vi
— Sterling Bank Plc (@Sterling_Bankng) May 25, 2020
Still on the story, some Nigerians on twitter reacted to the tweet, as said by one of the user the bank is only helping the singer to gain more fame.
“If you are a real business in Nigeria looking for funds, you can’t get it because even our banks are like our government. They don’t care about you or your business.
How did I deserve this country “
“Instead of you to help the needy, you’re busy showing love to Cynthia Morgan that’s already made… Nigeria sha”
“Nice one my bank.
But I’ve been your customer for long.. Check my statement of account it tells my whole story.”
“Sterling bank is chasing clout. Why announce it on social media when they could have just discreetly messaged her? Never accept help from people who publicize it”
“Sterling bank leverage on the Cynthia Morgan story to take trend. Cynthia I don’t know you but humble yourself on your second coming”
“Whoever advised you people to chase clout?
Una go soon realize say Nigerians no send Cynthia Morgan like that.”