Nigeria is definitely a land of cruise where everyone especially those on social media, don't miss the opportunity to give a savage reply to anyone that mistakenly cross their path.
Guaranty Trust Bank twitter handler is on the receiving end of a savage reply from Nigerians, as the handler went to do amebo on a tweet that has nothing to do with the bank (GTB).
The cruiser all started this morning when former Head of the Bureau for Public Sector Reform, Dr Joe Abah, made a tweet directed to Sterling Bank, asking for clarification on the differences between account balances obtainable on his SMS alert, email alert and the bank's Mobile App.
As if under a spell, before the handler of Sterling Bank social media account could respond to Dr Joe Abah, the handler of GTB twitter account suddenly woke up from sleep and claimed the platform where Joe Abah posted to, it theirs.
Perplexed by the reply from GTB handler, Joe Abah asked if they are OK in GTB. he went further to say that if they can mix up just twitter handles, that what will they do or not do, with people's deposit in their bank?
What do you think could be responsible for this embarrassing moment from GTB?
Drop your comments.
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