Saturday, 24 July 2021

Guaranty Trust Annual Autism Conference Holds August 3-4 at Muson Centre, Lagos

  



The eleventh edition of the Guaranty Trust Annual Conference on Autism will hold on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 3 and 4, at the Muson Center, Lagos. Themed, "Life Beyond the Diagnosis," the conference will feature in-depth conversations on supporting people living with autism facilitated by medical experts and specialists from around the world. 

 

Guaranty Trust has been at the forefront of the advocacy for children and adults living with autism. Its Annual Autism Conference is the major rallying point for driving awareness about Autism, campaigning against the social stigma associated with developmental disorders, and helping people with autism live a full and productive life. In 2020, the Guaranty Trust Annual Autism Conference was held via live stream, bringing together people from around the world at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

 

This year, alongside the livestream option, attendees will be able to physically participate in the Guaranty Trust Annual Autism Conference, whilst observing all health and safety guidelines. At the two-day event, seasoned specialists from renowned institutions, such as Duquesne University, Pennsylvania and The Color of Autism Foundation, USA, will deliver keynote presentations, panel discussions, and topical Q&A sessions on managing Autism. Some of the facilitators include Dr. Waganesh Zeleke of Duquesne University, USA, Lanre Duyile of Behaviorprise Consulting Inc, Canada, and Kora Hardy of Nuru Behavioral Network, USA. 

 

Commenting on the 11th Guaranty Trust Annual Autism Conference, Segun Agbaje, the Group Chief Executive Officer of Guaranty Trust said, "The theme of our Annual Autism Conference this year strikes at the very heart of why we are passionate in our advocacy for people with developmental disorders. We strongly believe in building a world of equal opportunity for everyone, and through this Conference, we constantly challenge ourselves and the society at large to do more to help people with autism live a full and rewarding life beyond their diagnosis.” 

 

Guaranty Trust is regarded by industry watchers as one of the best run financial institutions across its subsidiary countries and serves as a role model within the financial service industry due to its bias for world-class corporate governance standards and commitment to enriching lives, uplifting communities and driving societal progress through a well-defined Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy.

Friday, 23 July 2021

Super Model & Entrepreneur, Hope Chioma Offor Partners International Brands Promotes African Heritage...

  



Sources have indicated that the international model, global peace ambassador through fashion, Publisher of Hopez Magazine and founder of  African Fashion for Peace,  Hope Chioma Offor, better known as HOPEZ, is in high spirits these days. She is apparently in negotiations with a very well known international brand, which seeks to bring "the best of Africa to the world"!

 

It is also being whispered that the model recently made a move to partner with a big player in the nation's real estate market, giving her an avenue to join the investors in the multimillion-dollar investment cadre.

 

These negotiations are being handled by the high brow Lagos legal firm and Entertainment / Sports law specialists, Arthur Nylander's Chambers, who has been contracted to handle all legal matters relating to the HOPEZ brand.

 

Attempts to reach out to Leslie Olutayo Nylander SAN the Managing partner of the firm/consortium proved abortive.  However, contact was made with Ladipo Johnson Esq. another member of the law firm/consortium who has been spotted at various occasions with Hopez in recent times.

 

Johnson confirmed the relationship but made it clear that the details of the new relationship with International partners were still being ironed out, but are confidential in nature.

 

By this development, the very versed attorneys,  who also have other celebrity portfolios in the entertainment and sports industries in their account would relate closely with the key heads of the various outfits and organisations relating with the HOPEZ brand in high fashion and design, real estate and publishing.

Wednesday, 21 July 2021

Chi Limited Out-Going MD, Roy Deepanjan Allegedly Accused Of Mis-Managing N19.6billion Meant For Staff Welfare

  



......Employees held him hostage, demands for his arrest, prosecution


These are unprecedented times at Chi Limited, makers of fast-moving consumer goods, including Chivita Fruit Juice, where the outgoing Managing Director, Roy Deepanjan, has been accused of mismanaging allowances meant for staff welfare.

Members of staff were seen blocking Roy in the factory as he was on his way to his office and ordering him to come address staff at the congress holding on the ground floor.

Roy was initially hesitant, as he tried directing staff to a certain ‘Amaka’, a Human Resource official, but the staff remained relentless in their demand. They stood their ground and said they would not leave unless he acceded to their request. Roy succumbed, eventually.

“We want our MD to give us our productivity bonus before he goes,” a member of staff was heard saying in the video. “The payment of our HMO has been denied us from what we are supposed to be receiving. All this money, we want them now, before you leave.”

In an announcement by Coca-Cola Africa OU President, Bruno Pietracci, to the staff of Chi Limited, Roy was thanked “for his leadership and commitment from the moment he first joined Chi in 2009”.

“During his nine years as MD, Roy built a successful team, managed the transition into the Coca-Cola system while winning in the market. Under his leadership, the system grew more resilient and the culture of ownership and can-do-attitude prevailed,” read a part of the statement.

“Roy, who spent a significant period at Chi and more recently as part of the Coca-Cola system, is planning to venture into the world of start-ups, which is best suited to his passion and skill set.”

However, contrary to the claims by the President of Coca-Cola Africa sources a Chi that due to recent revelations on Roy’s role in how about N19.6billion meant for staff welfare was mismanaged, the company decided to let him go.

Roy’s tenure at Chi comes to an end this July, with Eelco Weber set to take over. In the interim, Sanjeev Kumar has been appointed to direct the company’s affairs.

Efforts to reach the management of Chi proved abortive, as official lines of the company were switched off as of the time of filing this report.

In the meantime, the staff revolt is yielding results, as the company, for the first time in a long while, went on Sallah Break, which wouldn’t have happened during the tenure of Roy.

Wednesday, 14 July 2021

NGX Welcomes Guaranty Trust Holding Company Plc with Closing Gong Ceremony

  

L-R:       Mrs. Cathy Echeozo, Chairperson, NGX Regulation Ltd; Mr. Hezekiah Oyinlola, Non-Executive Director, GTBank Nigeria; Ibrahim Hassan, Non-Executive Director, GTBank Nigeria; Mr. Segun Agbaje, Group Chief Executive Officer, Guaranty Trust Holding Company (GTCO) Plc; Mr. Temi Popoola,CFA Chief Executive Officer, Nigerian Exchange (NGX) Limited; Mrs. Osaretin Demuren, Outgoing Chairman, GTBank Nigeria; Mrs. Miriam Olusanya, Executive Director, GTBank Nigeria; Mr. Seyi Osunkeye, Non- Executive Director, NGX Ltd and other NGX Ltd Executives during the Closing Gong Ceremony to mark the listing of GTCO Plc on the NGX yesterday in Lagos



The Nigerian Exchange (NGX) Limited, on Tuesday, July 13, marked the listing of Guaranty Trust Holding Company Plc’s (“GTCO Plc”) shares with a Closing Gong Ceremony on the main floor of the exchange. This follows the completion of all regulatory requirements for the corporate reorganization of the leading financial institution into a holding company structure and the listing of GTCO Plc, on the Nigerian Exchange (NGX) Limited and the London Stock Exchange, replacing Guaranty Trust Bank Plc. 

Guaranty Trust was first listed on the Nigerian Exchange in 1997, winning the “Nigerian Stock Exchange President’s Merit Award” within months of its listing. In 2007, it became the first Nigerian bank to list on London Stock Exchange, the first to dual list on an international exchange and the first Nigerian company to raise international capital using listed Global Depositary Receipts. Since then, Guaranty Trust has embarked on a decade of unparalleled growth with total assets and shareholders’ funds closing at ₦4.993trillion and ₦837.2billion respectively, at the end of Q1, 2021. 

As part of its long-term growth strategy, Guaranty Trust has now adopted a holding company structure wherein GTCO Plc will operate as the parent company of all Guaranty Trust banking businesses across Africa and the United Kingdom as well as other non-banking businesses which will be established following the transition. 

Segun Agbaje, the Group Chief Executive Officer of Guaranty Trust, commented: “These are very exciting times for us. Following our transition, we can now compete more effectively with non-banks in this new and evolving competitive landscape, whilst creating more value for customers and shareholders than we ever could as a bank. 

Although we are delighted to have completed this rigorous transition process, we know that the hard work has just begun. We are in the final phase of building a new payments business that will deepen and extend digital financial services across Africa. We also believe that we are in a better position to drive an Asset Management business and a Pension Fund business, given our strong retail base and digital-first approach to financial services, which we have honed over the past decade.” 

Founded in 1990, Guaranty Trust has maintained an unbroken streak of year-on-year growth and a consistent lead in driving the digitization of financial services in Africa. It is the best managed financial institution in Nigeria, leading the industry across key financial indices, such as Return on Equity (ROAE of 26.0% in Q1 2021), Return on Assets (ROAA of 4.3% in Q1 2021), and Cost to Income ratio (42.6% in Q1 2021).

Tuesday, 13 July 2021

Egbe rallies support for Pinnick

 



Nigeria’s FIFA Council member Amaju Pinnick ) would need to remain as president of the nation’s soccer governing body, Nigeria Football Federation(NFF) to keep his seat on the world’s soccer decision-making body of the organization.

 

Chief Executive Officer of Monimichelle Group, Ebi Egbe, explained as much in a release , adding administering football and other sports is quite different from partisan politics where one takes a bow after two terms.

 

He said: “In International football, there is no provision that says that one must do two terms and quit. In the case of Pinnick , we must thank God that he has succeeded in finding his way into FIFA and to fully benefit from it, we need to make him remain at the Abuja Glass House of NFF.

 

“ It would not be helpful to us as a country if we have a man in FIFA who is not in charge as our soccer federation President.”

 

Egbe charged the nation’s football stakeholders to rally round Amaju by offering him another mandate to remain as NFF president after the expiration of his present tenure.

 

It would be noted that Amaju remains the only NFF president that has won a second term in office. Amaju was returned in the election held in Katsina, said he would not want to contest again for the NFF presidency.

Sunday, 11 July 2021

GTBank suffers mass staff resignation

 



The  IT division at GTBank has suffered a continual decrease in personnel within the last six months. It has caused a significant technical lacuna and work overload for current employees. Reports reaching 1st News have it that GTBank has been slow in promoting its staff; inadvertently triggering a wave of exits into the labour market which had attractive offers for their talent.

The shortage in manpower is bringing about increased workload; and mounting pressure on the remaining IT employees.

One staff said, “I was handling one application then it doubled as a result.”

Another one also: “There’s a particular team where three members left in the space of one month. Now, four people’s responsibilities are being juggled by one person.”

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And yet another staff said, “The pressure is crazy. One person is doing three people’s jobs all in the name of efficiency. That’s why our cost to income ratio will always be the lowest in the industry.”

An undisclosed source said the frequent loss of experienced workers without commensurate hiring resulted in gaps in technical capabilities.

He said: “The application I am managing was handled by two people; but my partner has gone to join another team. If I’m leaving now, a new person can’t cram; and get a good grip of everything in my handover note within 3 weeks. We simply need more people on the team!”

This gap is often reflected when there is a service downtime towards the end of the month caused by server overload. During this period, transaction volume increases due to salary payments; and other month-end payments; leading to more pressure on existing resources.

Adeboye, Oyedepo, Kumuyi caused problems in Christendom: Primate Ayodele

 



Primate Elijah Ayodele, leader of INRI Evangelical spiritual church, has accused top Nigerian pastors of causing problems in Christendom in Nigeria.

According to Ayodele, there is hatred, and envy among church leaders in Nigeria which was started by Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith and Pastor Williams Kumuyi of Deeper Life Ministry.

The cleric said this on Saturday while reacting to the absence of some top ministers of God during the burial of Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, T.B Joshua of Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN.

 

However, Ayodele said in Nigerian Christendom, many will ask of the association you belong before they associate with you, adding that it was not in the Holy Bible to have a foundation.

 

“When you talk about Christendom, people ask who am I, when did I start, which Christian society do I belong to, is it PFN or not? Me I don’t belong anywhere, I do not have any father in the lord, I was not trained by anybody. I’m just doing things as the Lord directs me, so I stand alone.

 

“So if you want to get closer to some people they would say we don’t know you, you don’t have a foundation. I have not seen in the Bible where Jesus Christ or other prophets went for training; so I don’t understand why people keep asking where others belong to in Christendom.

 “The senior pastors don’t want the junior ones to grow. There is envy, hatred in Christianity among church leaders. And this started from Adeboye, Oyedepo, Kumuyi and the likes are the ones that caused problem in Christendom.

 

“All the CAN leaders are just there for their pockets, they are doing nothing. Who is CAN President, Oritsejiafor lost it during his time, same as Cardinal Okojie, Ayokunle is directionless; he has nothing to offer Christianity.

 

“Go and ask, there are problems that needed their attention but Ayokunle would not be there. You will only see him when it is time to raise money.

 

“We need people filled with the Holy Spirit to lead not those who have monetised Christianity,” he said.

2023: Tinubu as president will be disaster – Primate Ayodele predicts


 


The leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Ayodele, has warned Bola Tinubu, National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, against contesting for president in 2023.

Primate Ayodele warned that Tinubu’s handling of Nigeria would be a disaster and a disgrace to the current and next generation.

He spoke on Saturday in his church during the launch of the 2021 edition of his annual book “Warning to the Nations.”

The clergyman also disclosed that the APC would not give the former Lagos State governor its presidential ticket in 2023.

Primate Ayodele claimed Tinubu is one of the problems of APC.

He urged the APC National Leader to withdraw from politics and focus on his health.

Primate Ayodele said: “Tinubu handling this country is another disaster, I repeat again, I stand as a prophet of God, not a politician, Tinubu going for president even mistakenly is a disaster to this generation and the next.

“The best thing for him is to keep off from politics now and watch his health, otherwise, Tinubu will be a disgrace to his family; he can not be the president of Nigeria.

“APC will not hand over to him because he has a problem with APC members and he is one of the party’s problems, I’m talking as a prophet.”

In May, Primate Ayodele had warned that Tinubu may not survive the heat of contesting for the presidency due to his health.

Wednesday, 7 July 2021

PMAN FINALLY RECEIVES COPY OF PROPOSED BILL TO REPEAL AND RE-ENACT THE COPYRIGHT ACT

 



The Performing Musicians’ Employers’ Association of Nigeria ((PMAN) has received a copy of the proposed Bill for An Act to Repeal and Re-enact the Copyright Act 2021 from the Clerk of Senate Committee on Trade and Investments, following its protest for not being consulted or informed of the contents of the Bill.

 

Copies of the proposed Bill have been referred to appropriate organs and committees of PMAN to study and give informed opinion upon which PMAN would base its next line of action in conjunction with any other interested stakeholders in the creative industry.

 

It would be recalled that PMAN raised alarm on the apparent secrecy with which the Bill appeared to have gone through Second Reading at the floor of the Senate without any input from PMAN and other relevant stakeholders or even a public hearing. 

 

Informed opinion on legislative processes’ watchers was that the Bill would have simply passed the third reading and passed into law had PMAN and other key stakeholders not protested the process.

 

PMAN reiterates its call to the National Assembly to make the processes of making new laws for Copyright and National Film and Video Censorship open to relevant stakeholders.

 

From PMAN's initial study of the two Bills, we have discovered serious clash of interests, powers and functions between existing and proposed government regulatory agencies/commissions that would pose great dangers to whatever good intentions the Bills may have and the general interests of stakeholders.

 

PMAN therefore advises great caution in passing these two Bills.

 

Thank you,

 

 

Pretty Okafor

President.

5th June 2021

Tuesday, 6 July 2021

BUA increases Price of cement by N200

  



BUA Cement Plc has increased the ex-factory price of its cement product by N200 per bag. The cement manufacturer, it was reliably gathered, unveiled its new price increase from N2,800 to N3,000 per bag over the weekend.

 

The price increase by BUA is contrary to what he has repeatedly asserted that his company does not have any justification to increase the price of cement as it is currently making enough returns.

 

It would be recalled that BUA Cement, in various statements issued between April 24 and June 18 this year, had refuted any claims of increase in the ex-factory price of its cement products by N300 per bag, stating that, “the company had no plans to increase prices of its cement now or in the near future.”

 

According to a statement issued on April 24, 2021, the company stated that, “the solution was not in an increase of ex-factory price at this period.”

 

The company, in its statement, had “reiterated its stand that the timing was not right for any increase in the price of major commodities, especially not at this period whilst Nigerians are still trying to recover from the economic consequences brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic – especially for a product for which all raw materials are locally sourced.”

 

On June 17, 2021, BUA Cement had issued a fresh statement titled ‘No Further Increase in the Price of BUA Cement’ in response to numerous clarification requests from its distributors and the public that the company does not seek to increase the ex-factory price of its cement in the foreseeable future.

 

“We are aware of the feedback and outcry from the public, and the government on the high retail price of cement in a period of economic recovery. BUA is also of the firm belief that the current retail prices of cement are higher than normal, hence our earlier communication not to increase ex-factory prices in the foreseeable future.

 

“As a responsible corporate entity, we refuse and reject associations with any actions that are deemed capable of projecting any industry we operate as a cartel. Hence, whilst we respect that the said company has decided to increase their prices, we are not questioning the reason(s) why, but would like to make clear BUA’s position on a price increase.

 

“The timing is not right for any increase on BUA’s part, and we do not have any justifiable business reason to increase our prices (ex-factory) anytime soon. We therefore urge our distributors not to panic as well as not engage in any arbitrary hike in the retail price of BUA Cement,” the statement read.

 

The increase in the company’s ex-factory price of cement has generated ripples among distributors, retailers and consumers across the country, with many wondering at the sudden change of mind of the manufacturer and this volte-face dishonesty.

 

In a market survey carried out on the price increase, a cement distributor in Kano, Alhaji Sadiq, wondered why BUA Cement changed its cement price, contrary to expectations and its promise. “I don’t understand why BUA did this increase at this particular time. The chairman of BUA, Abdulsamad Rabiu, personally promised us that his company will not increase the price of its cement. Honestly, this is not good for our business and the industry. This is the biggest scam by any major corporate organisation in the history of this country,” he lamented.

 

Another cement distributor based in Asaba, Delta State Sunday Odogwu, expressed anger at the price increase by BUA Cement, despite all his repeated promises of no further increase in the price of BUA cement.

 

According to Odogwu, “BUA told us several times before in their statements to distributors that they are not ready to increase their cement price. The last notice was just last month in June. Why are they doing this now? It is so not fair, and we are disappointed. Our customers will not understand all this and will be blaming us!”

“This shows total disregard and non-adherence to international corporate governance rules and standards. More importantly, his action shows a total disregard and disrespect for his customers, who over the years from their loyalty and patronage of his cement have in no small measure contributed to his business success.

 

“Initially, we believed the management of BUA as having sympathy for the populace. But this current position is not only deceptive but also portrays the organisation as having a hidden agenda in order to smear competition and gain an unfair market advantage over others in the industry”, he added.


Friday, 2 July 2021

PMAN REJECTS SECRET REPEAL AND RE-ENACTMENT OF THE COPYRIGHT ACT

 


The Performing Musicians’ Employers’ Association of Nigeria (PMAN) has reacted to the news of the impending repeal and re-enactment of the Copyright Act (Cap. C.28 Law of the Federation of Nigeria) 2004.

 

PMAN’s reaction was based on the apparent speed and secrecy with which the Bill to repeal the Act and re-enact a new one was shrouded.

 

About two weeks ago, the media (both print and electronic) were agog with the news that the Bill to repeal and re-enact the Copyright Act 2004 2021 has passed second reading at the floor of the Senate.

 

PMAN hearing and reading this news, contacted notable groups and associations in the creative industry, particularly, the Musical Copyright Society of Nigeria (MCSN) and the Directors’ Guild of Nigeria (DGN), all which denied any knowledge of the Bill and its contents.  We then became very apprehensive that some sinister motives are at play to halt and reverse the progress already made in the field of copyright administration and enforcement.

 

PMAN immediately wrote a formal letter to the Senate Leadership, specifically, the Senate President, the joint Chairmen of Senate Committees on Judiciary, Human Rights and Legal Matters and Trade and Investments, Senate Majority Leader, Senate Minority Leader, Senate Chief Whip among others, to express PMAN’s concern over a Bill that touches upon the livelihood and constitutional rights of Nigerian Musicians without their knowledge or input.  PMAN’s simple request was that it should be availed of a copy of the Bill to at least know what it contains and if necessary, make input.

 

PMAN did not stop there; we wrote a letter to the sponsor of the Bill, Senator Adetokunbo Abiru, expressing the same concern and requesting the Distinguished Senator to recall the Bill for stakeholders’ consideration.  We received a very nice and swift reply from Senator Abiru who advised us to access the Bill from a link which he gave as www.nass.gv.ng.  From our attempts, we discovered that the link does not exist and we used our initiative to access the National Assembly website and found that the said Bill was not among the posted Bills pending consideration before the National Assembly (both the Senate and the House of Representatives).  We then rightly assumed that we were deliberately sent on a wild goose chase by the Distinguished Senator and came to the incontrovertible conclusion that certain forces are pushing the Bill secretly while trying to present the image that the process is open.

 

PMAN rejects this process in its entirety, noting that the Sponsor of the Bill, Senator Abiru, is not an author, painter, artist or a musician.  As far as we know, we are not able to trace any interest to him that could be classified as copyright-related that would make him so interested in pushing a Bill that would affect the lives and constitutional rights of millions of Nigerian stakeholders without their knowledge and input.

 

We have contacted our allies in other organisations and associations and they expressed the same worries.  Some have actually written to the Senate Leadership expressing their concerns.

 

Our concern is more fuelled by a recent Public Hearing held on 16th and 17th June 2021 by the House of Representatives’ Committee on Information, National Orientation, Ethics and Values on the Bill to Repeal the National Film and Video Censor’s Board Act and Enact the National Film and Video Censorship, Classification and Exhibition Regulatory Commission Bill 2019 in its place.  Up to the date of that Public Hearing, stakeholders in the industry were not aware of the Bill and its contents.

 

PMAN is stating for the umpteenth time and the records that the works of our intellects, which consist of literary works, musical works, artistic works, cinematograph films, sound recordings and our performances are our private property.  They are our Constitutional and Fundamental Human Rights.  Any attempt to tamper with them with a view to appropriate them for anybody or authority be it private or public shall be resisted.

 

PMAN calls on other stakeholders in the entire creative industry to rise and team up for the defence of their moral and economic rights.

 

PMAN also calls on the leadership of the National Assembly both at the Senate and House of Representatives to thread softly on these Bills until the real stakeholders have made their inputs and had their say.

 

Thank you.

 

 

 

Pretty Okafor

President

29 June 2021.


Saturday, 26 June 2021

Erelu Tinuade Condemns Installation Of Chinese Woman As Iyalaje Of Iru-land


 


.....Says Our Heritage Is Next After Selling Our Economy To China.

 

Highly respected international custodian of African cultures, who is also the traditional title holder of Erelu Oodua of Aye Kingdom, Erelu Tinuade Mabel Onaneye has expressed dismay and sadness over the installation of a Chinese woman, called, MsDiana Chen as Iyalaje of Iru Land, by His Royal Majesty, Oba Omogbolahan Wasiu Lawal, the Oniru of Iru Land. The Oba is expected to know the significance of Aje Olokun and its spiritual connotations. His action depicts that the Yoruba people have no capable daughters of Iru or Lagos to occupy the seat of Iyalaje of Iru.

On behalf of Omo kaaro ojire daughters, she implores Kabiyesi Omogbolahan to revoke such a title from the Chinese woman.

 

Speaking from her base in United States, Erelu lamented how recent happenings back in Nigeria has exposed many monarchs who contributed to the rots in our system and cultures.

 

"We are not all unmindful of how Chinese are gradually taking over our economy and enslaving our youths for peanuts. It is now clear our heritage is next after selling our economy to China." Erelu lamented.

 

She demanded to know what the monarch concerned stands to gain by desecrating the sacred stool that predates him by assigning traditional titles to strangers as if we longer have accomplished sons and daughters who should be conferred with such titles.

 

Citing a case study of Germany and entire Europe, she noted that such pecuniary drive of awarding chieftaincy to every Dick and Harry made the traditional monarchs lose respect and eventually their kingdoms to political powers which later converted their castles i.e palaces to museums and tourist centre.

 

In conclusion, Erelu enjoined all traditional rulers to refrain from bringing shame and dishonour to the house of Oduduwa all in the name of money and bastardized our traditional institution.

Saturday, 19 June 2021

Man 'returns money and card he found at ATM point to a bank in Sokoto'

 



 


A man has reportedly returned a customer's credit card and money to one of the commercial banks in Sokoto State.

According to Facebook user, Musa Ibrahim Babadoko, the ATM machine dispensed the card and cash but the owner wasn't there. 

 

"This man here did wonders, he returned this money with the ATM card to the bank after ATM machine dispensed the money and card without a customer in one of the banks in Sokoto" he wrote on his page