Billionaire’s daughter, DJ Cuppy has lend her voice on the “End Sars” protest going on in Nigeria.
The singer and daughter to billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola, took to micro blogging platform, Twitter to reveal that “She would be lying if I said I’m directly affected by SARS”
“Going against the advice of those around me, but it doesn’t feel right. Silence can say so much. My fellow Nigerians, forgive me for taking so long to comment..”
“I would lying if I said I’m DIRECTLY affected by SARS but a lot of my Cupcakes are and that’s enough for me to care. I stand behind the movement to #EndPoliceBrutality AND #EndSARS”
Going against the advice of those around me, but it doesn’t feel right. Silence can say so much. My fellow Nigerians, forgive me for taking so long to comment…— #OriginalCopy 🧁 (@cuppymusic) October 9, 2020
For days now, Nollywood actress, Chacha Eke has been trending online over the crisis she is currently facing.
This is coming after the Ebonyi state born mother of three shared a video on her Instagram page, revealing she's tired of her 7 years old marriage to Nollywood director, Austin Faani and wants to move on.
The talented script interpreter's brother, Aik Eke, later took to social media to claim her marriage didn't suffer domestic violence after the news spread like wild fire. Chacha also did a video of herself lying in a hospital bed, claiming she has been diagnosed of bipolar disorder, a claim many Nigerians rubbished, as she was branded a liar and fingers pointed at her husband being the mastermind behind the video.
Nollywoood actress, Nkechi Blessing has revealed that, she would rather be single and happy than married and miserable.
The brand influencer, Nkechi Sunday Blessing, also sent a strong message to people who have been dragging her for being unmarried.
According to the thespian via her social media handle stated categorically she’d rather be happily single than miserably married indirectly advised young unwed women to not bow to societal pressures .
Taking to her instastories; she wrote;
''Hey sis, i would rather stay single and happy than married and miserable. To the idiots screaming when will you get married, come and drag me na. Nonsense.''
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Customer Service Week: UBA Hinges Customer Satisfaction on Innovation, Optimisation and Upgrading of Banking Platforms
Pan African financial institution, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, has said that the recently embarked transformation of its processes is to ensure that customers’ expectations are not only met but surpassed while enjoying seamless and world-class banking services.
In ensuring this, the bank has embarked on several initiatives that include streamlining and automating its processes, upgrading technology, training, and rewarding staff excellence all towards ensuring that customers enjoy the very best of services.
UBA’s Head of Operations, Alex Alozie, who explained this during a virtual media parley on Wednesday, October 7, 2020, to mark the 2020 Customer Service Week, said the bank has intensified its focus on putting the customer first whilst still reaffirming its leadership position.