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“It is sad and disappointing” Peter Okoye cries out as he exposes Nigerian banks

Peter Okoye calls out GT bank

Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye otherwise known as Mr P, is clearly not done with his attacks on Nigerian banks.

For two days now, the other half of the famous music duo, Psquare has been calling out financial institutions for allowing online swindlers to scam people using his name.

Recall that Mr P runs a lottery program that online fraudsters have been using to scam people using his name.

Taking to his Instagram page, Peter called out GT Bank as he shared screenshots of accounts with his name.

He expressed how dad and disappointed he is that our financial institutions aren’t reliable and trustworthy.

He questioned the essence of BVN and NIN if it’s easy for people to set accounts with other’s identities.

Even @gtbank also has a customer that is scamming people under the name “PETER OKOYE PSQUARE”.
It is sad and disappointing that our financial institutions are not reliable and cannot be trusted. What is BVN & NINs used for in the first place?
Naija we are in big trouble”.

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Hours ago, Peter Okoye had called out some Nigerian banks over scams.

Taking to his Instagram page, the singer, who stated that he is fed up with them, revealed that scammers have been opening accounts in his name to scam victims.

He questioned why banks would allow anyone to open an account in his name without verification or seeking necessary documents.

Peter noted how it’s either an inside job from the banks or otherwise and he wouldn’t take things slightly with them.

Fraudsters using giveaways to scam people with my name- Mr P laments

Last year, Peter Okoye had cried out over how online swindlers were using his name to scam people on social media.

Responding to a fan who said he wanted N500,000 before the end of the year, Mr. P of PSquare noted how such online begging is the reason why internet fraud is on the rise.

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