Sterling Bank Offers To Partner With Cynthia Morgan Following Her Loss And Feud With Jude Okoye

Sterling Bank PLC has offered to help Cynthia Morgan get back on her feet again.

Sterling Bank Plc has offered to partner with troubled Nigerian singer, Cynthia Morgan, following her revelation on how she “lost everything” associated with her music career to Jude Okoye due to the contract she signed with his record label ‘Northside Music Group’.

KanyiDaily recalls that Cynthia Morgan had narrated how she lost all her royalties and stage name which she now changed to Madrina, due to the contract she signed with Jude Okoye.

The singer, who is currently based in Benin due to her problems, also revealed that she doesn’t have access to her Instagram and VeVo account anymore; she suffered so much losses and has been battling depression ever since.

Following her revelation, Sandra Ogbebor who interviewed the singer is marshalling effort to relaunch Cynthia’s music career by launching a GoFundMe Campaign for her. The target is $150,000.

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On its Twitter page on Monday, Sterling Bank said it had followed the 28-year-old dancehall singer’s story. It added that it would like to work with her for its One Bank’ campaign.

“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 direct message (DM),” the bank wrote.

Meanwhile, Davido has also stepped in to help Cynthia Morgan despite dissing him and calling him a ‘fvck boy’ back in 2016.

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