Sterling Bank PLC has offered to work with popular Nigerian singer Cynthia Morgan to help get back on her feet.
This is coming after Cynthia Morgan’s confession on an Instagram Live chat with the No. 1 advocate of her comeback, Sandra Ogbebor (@msvanila7).
During the chat, Cynthia talked about how the process of exiting Northside Entertainment allegedly led to the change of her name to Madrina, and then to a long battle with depression and more.
Northside Entertainment is owned by Jude Okoye, elder brother of Paul and Peter Okoye, formerly known as Psquare. Jude has denied her accusations and her former manager, Joy Tongo, also stated that she left after she became unmanageable.
This live chat with Sandra has caused Nigerians to react in various ways. The singer has gained the sympathy of many and many, including Davido, will like to welcome her back into the music industry.
Sterling Bank has also stretched out open arms to the singer as on Monday, 25 May 2020, the bank stated that it would like to work with her. According to the bank, it has been following her story and believed there is a bright future for 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 bank tweets.
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.
— Sterling Bank Plc (@Sterling_Bankng) May 25, 2020