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Sunday, May 03, 2020

Pregnant Bank Cashier Collapses After She Was Handed Sack Letter

Taiwo,a pregnant cashier who worked at one of the branches of a top Nigerian Bank currently sacking its staff enmasse collapsed on Saturday after she received her sack letter....







The bank (Reportedly Access Bank)had announced plans to sack its workers as a result of the negative impact of the Coronavirus outbreak and many of those affected received their sack letters via email over the weekend with shock and grief.


Taiwo who is reportedly about three months pregnant,collapsed in shock and was rushed to the hospital by family and friends...

Sad!
 

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    1. So sad. May God come through for her.

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    2. So Access bank is broke but carry 15billion dash federal government? They should just fold up because I don't know why they wanna sack 70% of their staff if they're buoyant financially.

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    3. It's so sad.
      How can that bank be so wicked?
      How can thy donate money to the government and then turn around to sack its staff?
      Oh the height of wickedness.
      I pray God comes through for all those affected.

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    4. Its called "Business"
      That money given to the government is a PR move to buy favour in the near future, thats how alot of establishments with foresights stay afloat, its like giving a christmas chicken to your boss, with the ulterior motive to collect a cow from him later, sadly in the process, alot of staff was sacrificed, thats why you always need a life raft when ure an employee, you hardly can tell when you'd be the Isaac to be sacrificed as burnt offering.

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    5. GOVERNMENT PLEASE GIVE ACCESS BANK BACK THAT MONEY AND MANDATE THEM TO KEEP STAFF. HABA!

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    6. black diamond ..its 1billion not 15b people dey change the amount ,but a lot of businesses are going to sack not only them ..

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    7. The truth is that almost all organisations are downsizing. It's not only am access bank thing. That 15 billion will add to their tax write off.

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  2. my vex with corona virus is not the virus alone but other effects of the virus. I pray she doesn't loose the baby after loosing her only means of survival

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  3. It's Access bank, I pray that this story should end welloooo, they are shutting down about 346 branches nationwide, some will be forced to go on leave, while some will be working from their homes.

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    1. That useless Access bank that donate #1billion to FG but can't pay their workers.
      Misplaced priority.

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    2. Story has it that they will be reopened in phases as things normalize. The ATM will be up and running for customers.

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  4. Bank Job is very risky. Always have plan B.If not ...

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    1. You cant Bank on a Banking job.
      Its like standing on a quick sand.

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    2. Very sad😭😭

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  5. I can imagine her condition at the moment.

    I just finished speaking with my mom and she had tears in her eyes.

    The reality on ground is taking its toll on everyone.


    May God preserve us all.

    I refuse to be scared by my account balance.

    I believe my God gat us all.

    May he give us all the strength to pull through.

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  6. 😭😭😭😭
    Donating 1 billion but sacking staffs 😭😭😭

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  7. May God come through for everyone, the times are hard, but we can only plead for God's mercies.

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  8. So sad! God strengthens her

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  9. Stella i can't believe UBA and Access Bank (don't know of the rest) were busy donating bibillions upon billions to fed govt to fight corona virus yet they can't pay workers so they are sacking them, closing branches, owing others?
    What kind of tomfoolery is this? Do you pour water into a well? Why donated billions to fed govt that have stolen more than enuf, yet you can't keep the masses employed.
    Only God will take care of Nigerians ffrom henceforth. Cos the futyre is uncertain.

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    1. Very useless banks with misplaced priorities.

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  10. And they can’t even file for unemployment or any other kind of benefits..haaa Nigeria is really a failed nation.God help us

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    1. Nigeria is a country of "every man for himself and God for us all"

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  11. Mr. Herbert Wigwe is just using this sudden epidemic as an excuse to close on the Diamond bank staff & branches which he proudly inherited in acquisition.... this move has been in the pipeline long before Covid was birthed in China.
    The aftermath of COVID19 will equally disastrous, to the worlds econmony & the living, it'd even last longer, so humans! We should all brace up!!!!! It'd be a roller coaster ride, gratis.

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    1. another informed angle ...its painful but if you are everyone knows bank job is very shaky they always sack at all the time it sbeterr to try hv some kind of side hustle ...its well

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    2. Exactly! It's not just about COVID...it's about diamond bank staff and branches.

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  12. This is sad. May God help her

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  13. Its possible she is the breadwinner of the house and this will put her under enormous pressure especially if the husband is a deadbeat man. Be strong sis, every thing will be fine again. Font give up, and take one day at a time
    I hope the bank gives her a lot of money as severance payout. It's so sad

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    1. Alot of money,how?when they are shouting they can't pay salaries.

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  14. So sad

    Here in UK my friend that works in a bank but back office they are begging them to do overtime because india is on lock down. They are offering them £50(about 25k naira) per hour

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    1. While some others have lost their job in same UK

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  15. Sad, sad sad, I'm so worried for my friend working there. I pray it doesn't affect him ,in fact it don't affect him

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  16. What kind of sad news is this? If you are working in a company that isn't yours,always make sure you have a plan B,do not eat with all your fingers.I pray God comes through for her

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    1. E no easy i tell you.
      When you have little to nothing to save.

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  17. So sad, It is well with her.

    I pray God comes through for all of us this trying season, Amen.

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  18. This is sad, I pray she doesn't lose the pregnancy.

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  19. OMG OMG.this is so freaking sad😭😭😭😭😭

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  20. Contract job in the bank is not Job at all... take heart dear. Not the end of the world.

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    1. Gid bless you 14:22 people acting like contract job nah job.even without covid 19 any one that is a contract staff in a bank in Nigeria should know they are sleeping on a bicycle with a plan B.the agency is your employer not the bank.

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  21. This is really sad, sadly this is the reality
    of this pandemic that has brought the whole world to
    a stand still, many companies will retrench their staffs
    this covid-19 is a bad dream

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  22. So sad😭😭😭😭😭😭
    What went wrongπŸ€”πŸ€”

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  23. I really pity her and other sacked workers. I hope they gave them severance package to enable them to start something else on their own.
    I am here waiting for my fate as a private school teacher. Gov. Makinde said schools in Ibadan will resume on 15th of July. As in far far JULY!
    We were not paid for last month (April). So we will remain without pay till probably end of July or more. I say probably because some parents are still owing and it is not sure if they will pay when schools resume as a result of the economic woes of this virus. Parents were asked on the school's WhatsApp platform to pay a token so that we can be conducting online lessons for the pupils, they refused, they said no money. As we know, private schools are run with internally generated funds, nothing for us and we can't conduct any home lesson in this pandemic.
    Right now, I wish I can just get something to do and get little cash to start selling essential things. My teaching job is not reliable as it is now. God pls take control.

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  24. May God comfort her, bank job is very very risky, it's always good to have a plan B... It helps a lot as a banker

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  25. So sad... Access bank management didn't do well at all... Just four weeks of lock down and they are sacking enmass.. What if the lockdown was extended, that means they would close down.. And they donated a whole 1billion to the government when the corona virus issue started..

    I wonder how they expect those laid off to survive now. I pray God comes through for them.

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    1. i think she's a contract staff so its her agency that would have sent the letter since access bank may have reduced their contract as no much customers coming in so they may not require physical staff so much ..so sad

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  26. This is so sad but when there's life there's hope, by Gods grace a better job would come through for her after the pandemic

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  27. Morning never reach...e be like this...so sad..God help us in this country!

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  28. When I tell people entrepreneurship is the best, they will call me different names. Yes it's never easy but you will have peace of mind at the end

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    1. That it worked for you doesn't mean it will work for others.

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    2. Many businesses have been struggling since the begining of 2020. A lot of small businesses are shutting down. Some entrepreneurs are unable to open for business during the lockdown.

      So, my dear. It's all relative.

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    3. Everybody cannot be an entrepreneur.
      Some are gifted in that area whilst some are not.
      Its best to find what you're good at than following the bandwagon to entrepreneurship.

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    4. Entrepreneurs are struggling as well oh. Who would have thought that time will come when airlines, airbnb, hotels and restaurants will struggle? Major companies oh, and their stocks are falling, While grocery stores, Netflix and mask/sanitizer companies are cashing out. It's wealth transfer, even among the entrepreneurs.

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    5. a lot of businesses are seriously struggling more than big companies ..lets be truthful ..

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  29. If naija people cannot use this opportunity to demand at least 2 standard hospitals and real social safety net, (a small bag of rice is NOT a safety net) via social media then nothing will ever change. For those who will accuse us of being in America and talking, I did my part after June 12, 1993 when Babangida cancelled a free and fair election! Demonstrations in Lagos made Nigeria ungovernable for Babangida and even colleges which were then not havens of cultists and mediocres had vibrant student unions so much so I still play some songs in my head sometimes (Baban... na goat o omo eran). Civil society now has social media but runs girls and boys use it to advertise photoshopped boobs and other wares not to fight for social justice! #Buildoneworldclasshospitalnow #nomoremedicaltreatmentabroad #naijaneedsworldclasshospitals

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    1. Sir/ Ma is have given up on us, you see Nigerian Youth, them no get sense reach here. Protest. They are thinking of how they can make Yahoo money. Me sef, i have given up.i am committing my life to God's hand let me run and leave this shit hole

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  30. God will definitely come through for her. It's well with her and I pray she doesn't lose her baby.

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  31. Year 2020 hmmmmm,two of my siblings already lost their jobs.Mine is shaking,i dont know what will happen tomorrow at work.God please heal the world so that everything can go back to normal.

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  32. My husband lost his job as well. He doesn't work in a bank though... They sacked everyone they employed in the past one year and my husband was affected. I'm seven months pregnant and I'm trying to be so strong for him. The sad thing is, he left his former job where he worked for 5 years for this company and he wasn't employed as a contract staff oh. It's soo sad but he's been doing a lot of personal projects and I know he'll get a better job soon. I'm only worried about the timing. How do you sack people during a pandemic? How? I'm thankful that we saved a lot before now so I'm not worried about our baby who is on the way but I'm still sad this happened to him. I've been praying a lot for him and I know God will answer my prayers. It is well!

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    1. "How do you sack people during a pandemic?"

      Unfortunately, a major side effect of a pandemic is business will not be as usual. The fact is, a lot of companies will have to sack staffs. Some job roles have been rendered redundant by this pandemic.

      Continue to be strong for your husband and baby. It is well

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    2. A lot of contrasc from my hubby personal company was cancelled so to answer you're question were will he see income to pay his workers since its from profits from these contracts he may hv to ask them to go until things pick up

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  33. Lord have mercy! I pray she finds favour due to her predicament.

    Melancholy

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  34. Some well meaning Nigerians will come to her rescue by giving her a job o money to start something. Watch out.

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  35. Jesus take the wheel.. this is sad

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  36. Sometimes I wonder where some Nigerians got the slang do use all your fingers to feed from? I put myself in other people's lives to see reality that what a lot of people are earning is not even enough to feed them not to talk of savings, except you have another means of making extra money,bankers have no life and those managers are agents of Lucifer,the worst of them are the religious ones,I am not a banker

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    1. Lol@ agents of lucifer.
      Na them be lucifer i tell you.

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  37. African Queen3 May 2020 at 16:38

    Scared!

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  38. Hmmmm...na wa o. i'm sure this sack has been in the pipeline long before this Covid 19. Access bank has an history of laying off staff. Remember when they acquired Intercontinental Bank? they sacked over 50% of their staff. They just used this pandemic to do what they wanted to do.

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  39. I have been trying to transfer my 800k since I heard the news, it's telling me incorrect or invalid pin. Am not in naija at the moment and also using the old Diamond bank app, I hope am not in trouble o

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  40. 2020 is a year we will never forget.My brother was sacked last month,although he didn't work in a bank.The sad thing he's planning for his wedding this month.It's not easy

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  41. Thanks Mr Anthony. It’s Fela’s suffering and smiling. How do you save from a salary less than N50000 or even 5 times that after paying rent, school fees, transportation. People who accuse others of using all fingers to feed are sometimes those who do not commit to their jobs and do it the 10Am to 3.30pm way. If I’m working my full time job the way I’m supposed to, I can’t do side gigs but I don’t blame them. It’s only in Nigeria that a person can be owed one year salary so maybe they have a point! May God reward the people who fired a pregnant woman but donated to their corrupt friends under the guise of COVID when their first obligation should be to their staff and employees. People should also stop glorifying some of these runs women who turned bank jobs that used to be very good jobs to contract jobs by collaborating with their men friends at the top to collect full staff salaries and hire less privileged at a discount calling it “contract jobs”. I can think of a rich one who got her money that way back when it first started many years ago when some here were just little kids. If you don’t know the source of people’s money, don’t ooh and aah them, they may have contributed to your current misery!

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