The management of Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank) Plc has announced the closure of its branches in Lagos State till further notice.
This followed the #EndSARS protests turned violence in the state and many other parts of the country.
Recall that Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Tuesday afternoon, October 20, declared a curfew in the state.
A GTBank’s branch situated on Admiralty Way, Lekki area of the state was allegedly set ablaze by some hoodlums that disguised as #EndSARS protesters.
Due to the development, the bank declared that doors to its branches in the state will remain shut.
According to the bank, “Dear customer, due to the 24-hour curfew imposed in Lagos State from 4 pm today, please note the following:
“All our branches in Lagos are now closed and will remain closed for the duration of the curfew.
“Our contact centre will only be available via WhatsApp. Please chat with us on WhatsApp on +2347016974994 which is available 24 hours, Mondays to Fridays or visit our help centre at www.gtbank.com/help-center.
“Please note that all our digital channels are fully available 24/7 and you can continue banking with us through these channels: GTBWorld, Mobile App, *737*, ATM and Internet”.
NTDC boss, Folly Coker”s 2nd Marriage Crashes
The second marriage of Folorunsho Coker, the Director-General of the Nigerian Tourism Development Company, (NTDC), to Aisha Rimi, has reportedly crashed.
Just when everyone thought Coker’s second marriage to Aisha Rimi, a member of Rimi Partners, an Abuja -based law firm specialising in corporate legal services, business advisory services and government relations, would outlast his first, it ended up making a dry run while it lasted.
Coker was first married to Folake Akindele-Coker, the boss of foremost fashion design label, *Tiffany* *Amber* . Folly Coker as he is fondly called, ended the marriage, which produced three children, abruptly. Still dazed by the manner with which her marriage ended, Folake retained her ex-husband’s name and still does to this day. While she is still single, Folly (as he is fondly called) moved on quickly and jumped into another marriage with Aisha. Aisha also used to be married to Lateef Bello Osagie, a sibling of Hakeem Bello Osagie, a former Chairman of United Bank of Africa (UBA). No sooner had her marriage to Lateef ended than she hooked up with Folly and married him. They resolved to give their second attempt at marriage their best shot and make their new ‘partnership’ work.
In fact, early in the marriage, Folly and his wife managed to keep the union together, but seeing that they could no longer continue to patch things up, they both finally decided they had had enough of each other.
What could have led to breakup of their marriage?
Pundits are however of the opinion that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission investigation of Aisha’s alleged involvement in the diversion of the sum of N3 billion from the account of Lagos State Government Number Plate Production Authority, when Folly was the managing director, was allegedly the beginning of the end of their marriage.
Recall that the EFCC in an affidavit had alleged that the investigation of the fraud was based on an intelligence received by the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit of suspicious transactions on the account of Rimi and Partners.
According to the EFCC, there were “heavy inflows” in excess of N3 billion from LSGNPPA into the account of the company owned by Aisha Rimi, who was still married to Coker at the time.That perhaps,was the catalyst that set the tone for the marriage break up as Aisha was said to have revealed many things to the anti graft body.
Presently, close friends and associates of the family are watching with keen interest what the outcome of this break up will result to.
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