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Viral video of Nigerian bank workers’ thrilling romance at the office caused a buzz

  • A viral video of Nigerian bank workers’ thrilling romance at the office caused a buzz.
  • The video depicted lively staff members participating in a romantic show within the banking hall to celebrate ‘Barbie day’.
  • Social media users expressed varying opinions about the video, with some supporting a fun-filled workplace atmosphere while others raised concerns about the safety of their money at the bank.

A viral video of Nigerian bank workers’ thrilling romance at the office caused a buzz.

The video posted on TikTok by workers at a UBA branch in Nigeria stirred some reactions on the social media space.

The video showcased enthusiastic staff members engaging in a romantic display at the banking hall to commemorate ‘Barbie day,’ as revealed by @extraordinaryvera.

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Nigerian bank workers’ thrilling romance at the office caused a buzz

The video elicited diverse reactions from social media users, with many endorsing a workplace that fosters a lively atmosphere.

However, some individuals criticized the act and voiced worries about the security of their savings deposited at the bank.

@jaysamuels01: “My own be say nothing should happen to that my #70 ooo.”

@classymelody1: “Make I no go receive debit alert tomorrow oh telling me (Barbie day) charges.”

@chicky_wrld: “You people should help me to fix the network issue my bank app has been having na. You people are fine sha.”

@omolewa12: “If dem born una well make money miss for my account. Shege pro max una go see. Enjoy Barbie day.”

Nigerian bank workers’ thrilling romance at the office caused a buzz

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Bank customers lose N472 million to fraudsters in 3 months

In other news, a report by the Financial Institution Training Centre (FITC) revealed that customers in Nigerian banks have lost N472m to fraud in the first three months of 2023.

The FITC has several members of the Nigeria Bankers Committee where even the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation, and every licensed bank in the country are involved.

In a report that was disclosed by them, a total fraud case of 12,552 have been reported, recorded and are under review at the moment.