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- An angry Nigerian man made a scene at a bank as he demanded that his account with the financial institution be closed
- The male customer vented his frustration towards a female banker to drive home his desire to cut ties with the bank
- Some social media users threw their weight behind the man seizing the opportunity to call out their banks for rendering poor services
Perhaps fed up with their service, a Nigerian man stormed his bank to express his desire to cut ties with them.
The angry man disrupted activities as he shouted at the top of his voice that his account be closed.
In the short video shared by @instablog9ja on Instagram, the man could be heard mumbling something about BVN and ended it by screaming ‘nonsense.’
As if to drive home his seriousness, he drew closer to the counter and shouted to a female banker to close the account.
Efforts by the bank staff to calm him down weren’t successful.
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“Most times when you hear “give me my money and close the account now” Money wey Dey there na change “
“Banks can be annoying, unnecessary debit alerts, if you go to them , after a long queue when it’s your turn , you will hear sorry sir, the network is down.”
“Banks are really becoming annoying these days. They render p oor services and frustrate customers ♂️”
” Access bank should better learn from other banks.. This will be me very soon, if they don’t take note.”
Nigerian man creates scene in bank over incessant deductions to his account
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man had stormed a bank and created a scene as he lamented incessant deductions to his account.
In the video shared by Instablog9ja on Instagram, the vexed man lamented at the top of voice despite efforts by a security personnel and a banker to calm him down.
He then faced the banker questioning the continuous deductions to his account.
He could be heard saying in pidgin English, ”Shey you dey whine me ni,” an expression that reflects his surprise at the unexplainable debit alerts.
The angry customer wondered if the bank actually put the money there for him or worked to make ends meet on his behalf. CLICK HERE TO COMMENT
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